Mackenzie Scott gave $275 million to Planned Parenthood for “racial equity.” The money will specifically help black women end the lives of their unborn children. Scott’s donation has eerie historical parallels.
The $275 million is the largest single gift Planned Parenthood has ever received. Alexis McGill Johnson said that the money will be used to break down “racial and structural barriers in the community.” By barriers, I suppose she means black lives. In no uncertain terms, Scott is directly funding the elimination of specifically black children.
Scott isn’t the first to put this much effort into killing black children, however. Margaret Sanger was an infamous eugenicist. Her mission in life was to eliminate those she determined to be infirm and unfit to live. Sanger called for the forced sterilization of “morons, mental defectives, and epileptics.”
Somehow, it gets worse. Sanger didn’t pull her punches when it came to racism. In a 1939 letter to Dr. C. J. Gamble, Sanger said the following: “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the Minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.” She planned to use abortion and birth control as a method to eliminate black children and thin the African American population.
These are the reasons Margaret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood.
Sanger should be remembered with other genocidal maniacs like Adolf Hitler, Mao Zedong, and Joseph Stalin. Her legacy should be erased and disgraced by history, taught only as a warning. Instead, America praises her work as “health care” and claim that it is a “human right” to murder children.
Planned Parenthood tries to explain away Sanger’s brutal legacy here. They say she “inconveniently was a product of her time.” They call her views on race an “open question,” and claim to “disavow her eugenicist ideology.” The evidence, however, says otherwise.
“This funding will support our efforts to advance health equity by eliminating racial and structural barriers for our patients in the communities where Planned Parenthood works. We know Black women experience disproportionately higher rates of maternal mortality, STIs, and will be most hurt by the loss of abortion access in the South and Midwest. By starting with the Black health experience in partnership with local communities, we see this as an opportunity to not only improve health outcomes for Black patients, but to transform how all patients, especially those of color and those in rural and low income communities, experience our health care, education, and organizing efforts. In future years, I hope this is what it means to Be Seen.”
Is their dark past in the past? Planned Parenthood seems to be completely in line with their founder’s horrifying vision. Only now, it’s thinly veiled as “medical treatment.” In reality, Scott just spent $275 million to kill black children. There’s no getting around this fact.
They claim this is a step toward upward mobility, away from racism, and forward for all. Instead, it ensures that fewer black boys and girls will ever have the chance to smile, to breathe the free air, and to walk on God’s green earth. This blood money ensures that so many brilliant minds will never have the chance to gaze tenderly into the eyes of their own beloved sons and daughters. This is the legacy of Planned Parenthood.