I find it tragially ironic that so many people are ready to designate Sen. Harris as vice president-elect before any votes are certified. These same people â€“ including virtually every "journalistâ€ in the leftist media â€“ are proclaiming her election an historic achievement for women of color in the U.S.
In normal circumstances I would agree that a Black woman being elected to the second highest office in the U.S. would be a giant step forward. This would be worthy of celebration no matter which party she represented because another glass ceiling would have been shattered.
But these are not normal circumstances and I cannot celebrate Harris's achievement because she is a woman who enthusiastically and with absolute intention puts both women and children in mortal danger with her support of the world's most deadly organization, an organization that exists to further expand and carry out the gruesome murder of innocent babies. In fact, this organization actually focuses its abhorrent practices on Black babies by building its killing centers in predominantly Black and minority neighborhoods.
If you have not yet figured out which organization I am talking about or what heinous practice it carries out, you may not believe what I'm saying about Harris. But I am referring to a real organization that Harris totally supports â€“ and that supports her politically and financially in return. I am talking about a practice she wants to keep legal and actually expand access to by having taxpayers foot the bill.
I am talking about the abortion giant Planned Parenthood, an organization that performs about a third of all abortions in America. Planned Parenthood was founded by Margaret Sanger, a racist eugenicist with ties to the Nazis and a plan to eradicate what she considered "human weedsâ€ like Blacks, Jews, epileptics - a racial cleansing plan that also included those with disabilities or diseases.
Planned Parenthood kills more than 900 innocent human beings every day. Not potential human beings, but human beings with great potential. Science cannot not be clearer that life begins at the moment of conception. Zygote, embryo, fetus, infant, toddler, teenager, adultâ€¦ these are all just stages in the developing life of a human being.
Sen. Kamala Harris's support of abortion in general, and Planned Parenthood in particular, does nothing to advance the status of women or the Black community. The Biden-Harris team has pledged to reverse President Trump's executive order that took $60 million in federal funding away from Planned Parenthood, which would then enable the organization to encourage more Black women to kill their babies.
If this voter fraud underpinning our presidential election is not exposed and corrected, and Harris is indeed sworn in as vice president of the United States, it will be a bleak day for women and the Black community. The streets will run with the blood of even more innocents, and more women will be fed the lie that they can achieve their dreams only by aborting their own children.
Our culture bombards women with the insidious and false message that an unplanned pregnancy is the worst thing that can happen to their plans â€“ for school, for careers, for future relationships. In reality, the assertion that bearing a child will eliminate the opportunity for a woman to achieve greatness is a glaringly anti-feminist and misogynistic belief. For many women, the abortion is what derailed their plans because it brought with it crippling regret and unanticipated heartbreak. Pregnancy is not a disease that can be cured by abortion.
The continued worldwide growth of organizations that offer healing after abortion, like Rachel's Vineyard, and the voices of courageous women in groups like the Silent No More Awareness Campaign and Operation Outcry who talk about the devastation that followed their abortions, are all the proof needed to assert that the shockwaves of abortion touch every part of our society and reverberate for generations. This is nowhere more evident than in the Black community, where the abortion rate is many times higher than it is for White women and Latinas.
Kamala Harris's support for an organization dedicated to killing as many Black children as possible is not a step forward for the U.S., the Black community or women. It is certainly not cause for celebration.