I love it.

Little did the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice know when it scheduled a press conference today at the National Press Club in DC – to decry in part the “Blacks are an endangered species” billboard campaign – that the accused  would also be announcing a new billboard campaign in TX.

There’s only so much oxygen in a room, and RCRC has just lost some. (And it will lose even more when the campaign announces who is spearheading the TX campaign – a former abortionist. More on that later.) RCRC charged pro-lifers in its release:

“Right to Life” and other right-wing organizations started this irresponsible and offensive campaign to make inroads into African American communities to promote their own agenda – to ultimately overturn Roe v. Wade.

Well, duh. Darn right.  Blacks need to know they’re both targets and victims of legalized abortion. As  The Radiance Foundation explained in its release publicizing the new TX billboard campaign:

In the state where Roe v. Wade began and the largest abortion facility in the western hemisphere has recently opened, this billboard/web campaign exposes abortion’s destruction in the black community. The campaign’s website, www.TooManyAborted.com, provides irrefutable federal and state abortion statistics and the largely unknown history of the racism and eugenics of Planned Parenthood….

The CDC reports that African-Americans have abortions at more than 3x the rate of white women and 2x the rate of all other races combined. In TX, abortions on black women comprise nearly 25% of all state abortions even though they only constitute 12.7% of the female population (ages 15-44). Every other racial demographic shares a smaller percentage of state-wide abortions than their respective percentage of total population. All of this is by design. Abortion is being used as birth control and increasingly encouraged by groups like the RCRC and PP….

The Radiance Foundation yesterday released its 2nd “Lies” video installment, called “The Whoopi Remix.” Recall the first “Lies” video mentioned RCRC, which I’m sure aggravated the hellbent bunch.

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