After a recent allegation against pro-life groups, a leader in that movement suggests abortion activists take a look at themselves in a mirror.
In the aftermath of the violence in Charlottesville, The National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL) tweeted that pro-life organizations have close ties to white supremacists, attempting to link them with those responsible for the violence.
Eric Scheidler of the Pro-Life Action League says that is the only argument NARAL and the like has because the pro-life movement has a righteous cause. He adds the allegation is absurd in light of the successful campaign to pass laws to save preborn babies.
"Every time that happens, we are saving minority children disproportionately," he points out. "Black children are far more likely -- five times more likely -- to be aborted in the womb … more than half of abortions are on black children. Hispanic children are about two and a half times more likely to be aborted."
Scheidler adds that white supremacist is really something NARAL could use to describe itself.
"The history of the abortion legalization movement connection to eugenics and to population control is very clear," he poses. "It's well documented, and it's a scandal."
In fact, Margaret Sanger, founder of what became Planned Parenthood, saw blacks as "human weeds" but cautioned against openly advocating their extermination.