an After abortion: Dr. Ben Carson: "I Know Who Margaret Sanger Is"

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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Dr. Ben Carson: "I Know Who Margaret Sanger Is"

He's basically asking black America: "Do you? Really?"

I would think he has a right to ask that. Wouldn't you?

Because, according to Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, Ben Carson is one of those who "should never have been born", one of "the most dangerous and unfit elements in the community," because he was not one of "our [Sanger's] race" (links provided below the video).

Why is it when a white, Southern racist says things like that, all hell breaks loose, but when the founder of Planned Parenthood not only said it but wrote and published it and founded the largest abortion provider in the world to carry out that belief, it's ok?

Frankly, I'm amazed at how calmly Dr. Carson can speak about all this:

Oh he's in deep hummus now, or will be, just like all these gents and ladies, for telling the truth that many of us have been telling for over twelve years, and have also been vilified for:

“The number one cause of death for black people is abortion, and I wonder if maybe some people might at some point become concerned about that and ask, why is that happening... I encourage people to go and read about [Planned Parenthood founder] Margaret Sanger and go and read about the beginnings of this organization so that you know what you’re dealing with. One of the ways that they’re able to perpetrate the deceit is because people are not informed. The more people are informed, the less likely these kinds of things happen."
And I don't believe he means, read it from Planned Parenthood's own whitewashed history of Margaret Sanger and the early years of Planned Parenthood.

Read Margaret Sanger's own words, out there for all of us to see, which we posted on at length over three years ago. Our post includes screen-shots and quotes of the racist, eugenicist words of Margaret Sanger. Feel free to find them for yourselves on the Google Books link just given. They're there.

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