Planned Parenthood Closes Wisconsin Abortion Mill

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by Max Douglas  •  ChurchMilitant.com  •  August 23, 2016   

Black Pastor: "Black Lives Matter is not concerned about black life"

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MILWAUKEE (Churchmilitant.com) - In the wake of rioting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin by Black Lives Matter over the shooting death of a young black male, Planned Parenthood is closing another abortion facility.

This Monday, Planned Parenthood announced it's closing the Fox Valley location in Appleton, Wisconsin. They now have only two facilities in the state that provide abortions.

In a Church Militant exclusive interview, Rev. Clenard Childress of BlackGenocide.org said, "There is an oxymoronic relationship between Black Lives Matter and Planned Parenthood. That they endorse one another is totally absurd."

While blacks make up about six percent of the population in Wisconsin, 30 percent of those who have abortions are black. The Fox Valley Appleton abortion clinic was responsible for more than 600 abortions in 2014 (meaning approximately 180 black babies were killed).

The only facility where abortions are provided in Milwaukee is 13 minutes away from where the Black Lives Matter riots started. Planned Parenthood is known to place their abortion facilities in areas with large minority populations.

Reverend Childress told ChurchMilitant.com that people are cashing in on the misery of black people. "African Americans have to realize when they are being manipulated in the name of social justice."

He continued, "We want to emphasize the Black Lives Matter and Planned Parenthood collaboration is extremely disturbing, by revealing Black Lives Matter is not concerned about black life."

 

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