Look at this map.
It shows reported legal abortions by race of woman who obtained them, by state. A few things emerge here.
First: The U.S. average is 40 percent. The 2010 census puts the black population in the U.S. at 14 percent. Do the math. If there was a white supremacist scheme to keep people of color from growing in population, I think we could prove in court that abortion is one of its greatest tools. Of course, the left screams the loudest to protect the baby-killing industry, which preys on young black mothers-to-be at a rate up to 10 times other racial groups.
The Wall Street Journal called out civil rights “leaders” (quotes mine) for their total nonchalant attitude toward this evil.
The little discussed flip side of “reproductive freedom” is that abortion deaths far exceed those via cancer, violent crime, heart disease, AIDS and accidents. Racism, poverty and lack of access to health care are the typical explanations for these disparities. But black women have much higher abortion rates even after you control for income. Moreover, other low-income ethnic minorities who experience discrimination, such as Hispanics, abort at rates much closer to white women than black women.
Second: Look at the states that report “N/A” — don’t report abortion data to the CDC. Notable among them is New York and California. New York has one of the most permissive abortion laws in the nation, one that permits infanticide.
In New York City, thousands more black babies are aborted than born alive each year, and the abortion rate among black mothers is more than three times higher than it is for white mothers. According to a city Health Department report released in May, between 2012 and 2016 black mothers terminated 136,426 pregnancies and gave birth to 118,127 babies. By contrast, births far surpassed abortions among whites, Asians and Hispanics.
But New York apparently doesn’t want anyone to know this, because they don’t report the data. Neither does California, which in 2014 is estimated to have 17 percent of all abortions in the U.S. We don’t know, but can be pretty sure that black babies suffered at least two to three times the rate of in utero murder than Latinos, whites or Asians.
If you are trying to understand the racial genocide perpetuated by abortion clinics, a picture is worth a thousand words–and lives. This map tells you all you need to know.