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Murder She Wrote: Planned Parenthood Cancels Anti-Christ, Racist, Feminist Founder Margaret Sanger





Anti-Christian and feminist Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood founder was also now infamously a well-documented racist and eugenicist who undeniably associated with the Ku Klux Klan and eugenics czar Bill Gates, Sr.


So Planned Parenthood has tried to distance itself from her name by removing it from street signs, plaques and the Manhattan clinic.


President and CEO Alexis McGill Johnson, in a New York Times op-ed posted on Saturday, April 17, 2021 admitted Sanger’s past was full of racism.


She declared Planned Parenthood would make Sanger less prominent in the “present and future.”


What is Eugenics?


Eugenics is the practice of actively trying to control and improve the world population through selective breeding – a belief practiced by Bill Gates, Sr., Bill Gates, Jr. and the German Nazi Party under Adolf Hitler.


Eugenicists have long-targeted the global population of black people, the disabled, the mentally special needs, homosexuals, Jews, etc. – almost everyone deemed not of “Aryan blood.”


ABOVE: Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger. On October 16, 1916, Sanger — together with her sister Ethel Byrne and Fania Mindell — illegally opened the U.S. first birth control clinic in Brownsville, Brooklyn.





“We will no longer make excuses or apologize for Margaret Sanger's actions,” said Mrs. McGill Johnson. But we can't simply call her racist, scrub her from our history, and move on. We must examine how we have perpetuated her harms over the last century as an organization, an institution, and as individuals.”


Pro-Life organization Live Action’s Lila Rose said: “Doesn't matter how they try to rebrand or play PR games; Planned Parenthood should be a relic in a museum about the horrors of abortion and nothing else.”


“The last half-century of legalized abortion has deepened the effects of racial inequality in the U.S. — and Planned Parenthood profits from that reality,” said National Review’s Alexandra DeSanctis.


“Black women are free to make our own decisions about our bodies and pregnancies, and want and deserve to have access to the best medical care available,” said Nia Martin-Robinson, Planned Parenthood’s director of Black leadership and engagement.


Where was this type of talk about body autonomy during the face mask mandate era?


“Any insinuation that abortion is Black genocide is offensive and infantliziling. The real threat to Black communities’ safety, health, and lives stems from lack of access to quality, affordable health care, police violence and the criminalization of reproductive health care by anti-abortion opposition. At Planned Parenthood, we trust and we stand with Black women who have, and continue to lead the charge when it comes to the health, rights, and bodily autonomy of those in their communities.”


“Providing access to the marginalized is what they kind of grab ahold of because it’s feel-goody,” Cherilyn Holloway who founded Pro-Black Pro-Life told Fox News last year.

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