Planned Parenthood is pretending it's not a racist killing center. On Saturday, The New York Times featured an opinion piece by Planned Parenthood CEO Alexis McGill Johnson claiming, "We must reckon with Margaret Sanger's association with White supremacist groups and eugenics."
Leftists cancel people for tweets they've made 15 years ago, even if the tweet was a joke that wasn't politically incorrect at the time of its publication. But when it comes to the baby-murder queen's clear and obvious racism, McGill Johnson is begging for her audience to consider the context. It's a luxury that leftists bestow upon whom they want.
McGill Johnson continued, "We don't know what was in Sanger's heart, and we don't need to in order to condemn her harmful choices." She went on to say, "Whether our founder was a racist is not a simple yes-or-no question. Our reckoning is understanding her full legacy and its impact. Our reckoning is the work that comes next."
She continued her justification of Sanger's legacy of slaughter of millions of non-white children, adding, "But we can't simply call her racist, scrub her from our history and move on."
The abortion industry has been making wooden excuses for Sanger's explicit racial animus for years, and it continues to do so. Because racism has become the go-to leftist bogeyman, it's bitterly ironic that Margaret Sanger was, in fact, an outright bigot — a fact that her fetid progeny, Planned Parenthood, should never be allowed to live down.
The organization ProtectingBlackLife.org reveals that 79% of Planned Parenthood's surgical abortion mills are in minority neighborhoods.
Despite the mountain of more than 60 million corpses rightly attributed to the Planned Parenthood organization, it should be remembered that it was Margaret Sanger who was the author of the institution of racist murder.
Learn more by watching The Download — Dumping Sanger.