How much do black lives REALLY matter? Does a pro-choice Black Lives Matter ( activist really exist? No matter how much protesters cry for justice, what do they really mean? What are they saying?

Although these data are not brand-new, they are telling, nonetheless:

In 2012 black women in New York City aborted over 6,500 children more than they birthed. Specifically, there were 31,328 “induced terminations” (abortions) to 24,758 live births among non-hispanic black women ( Furthermore, of the 73,815 abortions done in NYC in 2012, 42.4 percent of them were black children.

Do the math: black women do not make up almost half of all women in NYC. Hispanic and white women are also in the mix, yet black abortions comprised almost half of all abortions done! As far as the US is concerned, black women comprise only about 13 percent of women total (!

Does that sound like black lives REALLY matter? Not at all! Planned Parenthood (PP) certainly plays a huge role in performing abortions, yet if you visit their website right now (, you’ll see their hue and cry about how much black lives matter!! If they really care, why don’t they stop performing abortions of black children? Don’t those voiceless babies matter as much as George Floyd does? Or do they?

Why does our country continue to pour funds into PP as they continue to murder black babies?

What hypocrisy! Yes, pro-choice “Black Lives Matter” activists really do exist, because they talk out of both sides of their mouths. As long as they are allowed to pander to sincere black people with a need for real social justice, black babies will continue to be killed every day! True social justice would cut funding to abortionists, PP in particular!

George Floyd, what are those aborted babies saying to you now?

— Posted by Tom Salmon for Doris, a fellow member of the Prince William and Manassas Family Alliance

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