When an organization makes billions of dollars killing babies in the womb, it is clearly a bloodthirsty organization. And when a disproportionate number of those babies are black and Hispanic, it is clearly a racist organization.
All this is self-evident when it comes to Planned Parenthood, but recent events—the firing of Planned Parenthood’s president and a blatantly racist tweet—underscore just how deeply Planned Parenthood is a bloodthirsty and racist organization.
First, there was the unexpected firing of president Leana Wen.
Her primarily failing, it appears, was that she did not have the cold-blooded killer instinct necessary to make abortion the priority of Planned Parenthood.
Perhaps it was her training as a medical doctor.
Perhaps it was a trace of the image of God that still pervaded her humanity, as much as she was still an abortion advocate.
Whatever the underlying causes may be, the broad strokes are clear. As noted by Alexandra Desanctis on National Review, “The organization has ousted its president, apparently for being insufficiently committed to pro-abortion advocacy.”
Indeed, “Planned Parenthood has long sought to downplay its commitment to abortion, calling itself a health-care organization and spreading the lie that abortion is only 3 percent of its business, even as its clinics perform between one-third and half of all abortions in the U.S. annually. The group’s leadership evidently believes this political moment demands more aggressive advocacy.
“And Wen wasn’t up to the task.”
More bluntly, cultural commentator Bill Muehlenberg put it like this: “What they are saying is this: ‘You are not blood-thirsty enough! You are not meeting your quotas! More babies MUST DIE!’ That is the mindset of PP. They are after blood—and money. That is their core business. That is why they exist.”
And he suggested that Planned Parenthood should run a want ad that sounded something like this: “Wanted, an experienced baby killer who has no qualms about taking human life, nor about selling body parts of babies to others for profit. It is preferred that you resonate with past such ministries, such as the Nazi extermination camps. Having no heart and no conscience is also essential. Those who think that the vulnerable and defenseless should be our priority need not apply.”
Do you think he was exaggerating? I do not.
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SOURCE: Charisma News