Clinton, New York Magazine Want More Black Babies Killed?

It is strange to say, but it seems that pro-abortion advocates appear to hate people of color. I know that for the most part, the more liberal politicians often frame themselves as the champion of the same, but this is a hard sale. If we look at the facts, there is no way we can come away with anything but a systematic destruction of black America.

This is no clearer than when we look at Planned Parenthood and their supporters. It is well documented that the founder Margret Singer was a card carrying racist. Her stated goal was the elimination of all people she considered to be lower than her. The African race was tops on her list of those people who were, “weeds” to be killed.

Following in her footsteps is Hillary Clinton.

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Breitbart reports

Hillary Clinton has recently made some extreme political demands when it comes to abortion, but none of them were mentioned during the Democrat debates, much to the dismay of a writer at New York Magazine.


Clinton has urged an increase in taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood – while the abortion business is under congressional investigation for potentially criminal activity. She wants an end to the Hyde Amendment, which prohibits taxpayer funding of abortion-on-demand, primarily because she wants more black women to be able to have abortions.

Now, what Clinton wishes to do is take your tax dollars and use them to fund the murder of babies. This by itself would be a bad thing, but it gets worse. Hillary wants specifically to murder black babies. At least, that is the way that Rebecca Traister explains it to her readers.

New York Magazine reports

But as too few people seemed to have noticed, Hillary Clinton has spent the past ten days campaigning vocally and without apology against the Hyde Amendment. Hyde, a legislative rider first passed in 1976 and added to appropriations bills every year since, prohibits the use of federal funds to pay for abortion, which means that the low-income women, many of them women of color, who rely on Medicaid for health insurance cannot use their insurance to terminate their pregnancies except in cases of rape, incest, or their life being in danger.

It is a discriminatory law that perpetuates both economic and racial inequality.

Now, the clearest and most direct way to answer this would be simply to ask three questions. When exactly did killing your baby become a right? Where is this right guaranteed to the American people? Where is this right given to us by God or any other authority?

Never! This is the answer that all three of those questions will receive. And it has to be that answer, because if we have any other response, then murder can be easily justified. If the murder of the unborn is a right based on inconvenience, then anyone that costs us money or stress is fair game.

This kind of thinking proves Nietzsche correct. He posited that with the removal of moral restraint comes the longing for death. But God said it much better in the Scriptures.

Proverbs 8:35-36

35 “For he who finds me finds life
And obtains favor from the Lord.
36 “But he who sins against me injures himself;
All those who hate me love death.”

Rejecting wisdom, we begin a love affair with death. And it seems for Clinton and Traister, we cannot feed their love fast enough.

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