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The racist roots of abortion?


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Liberty Counsel, a Christian legal organization, has recently hired armed security after receiving information from law enforcement of credible threats against the organization.

It is related to the leak of a draft document suggesting the US Supreme Court was considering overturning Roe vs Wade, which has prompted violent attacks and threats against pro-life groups and churches.

Liberty Counsel is a target because it was part of the lawsuit seeking to overturn Roe vs Wade and the leaked draft even cited Liberty’s brief to the Supreme Court

Liberty Counsel recently provided information on its brief, that exposed the racist roots of abortion:

Last year, Liberty Counsel joined the state of Mississippi with a powerful amicus brief to bring down ‘Roe v. Wade’, the detestable 1973 abortion case.  Liberty Counsel’s brief represents 70,000 African American and Hispanic churches and tens of millions of individuals.

This powerful brief exposed the racist origins of abortion and reveals the truth about the death-culture movement—its founders, its historical propagators and its present, deeply racist adherents—in their own words.

Our brief filed with the Supreme Court exposed the racist, eugenic ideology Charles Darwin unleashed in his book ‘Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life‘ (emphasis added).

Our brief documented Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger’s genocidal mission to eliminate certain classes of people and races, mostly through killing black and brown babies. A popular KKK speaker and admirer of the Nazi Party, Sanger wrote prolifically, characterizing “undesirables” as less-evolved species who were a blight on the human race.

Significantly, the leaked draft opinion cites our powerful amicus brief…

READ: We Are Under Attack

The last time that Liberty Counsel had to hire armed security was during the hearings on the appointment of Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh.

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