LJNews 6/30/2020 Liberal judges, even in 2020, still fought for more aborted, dead black lives. Margaret Sanger and the Democratic Party's old KKK would be proud."Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the liberal justices on the Supreme Court to block a controversial Louisiana abortion law (to avoid butchery) and support more human deaths." More @ http://boomerspeaks.com/780964/836912.html . "The 5-4 ruling is a win for supporters of (aborted human deaths) who argued that the law was not medically necessary and (opined it was) a veiled attempt to restrict abortion. The law barred doctors from performing the procedure unless they had admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.The majority opinion approved abortions (even if there was no safe place for the abortion). (The anti-life liberal decision) was penned by Justice Stephen Breyer, who wrote that the majority "consequently hold that the Louisiana statute is unconstitutional."Breyer added later: "The evidence also shows that opposition to abortion played a significant role in some hospitals' decisions to deny admitting privileges."The ruling continues a trend of Roberts siding with liberals in major cases. He previously has upheld the program allowing undocumented immigrants who came into the US as children to remain and sided with opinion that extended anti-discrimination protections to LGBTQ workers." Source @ https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/29/politics/abortion-louisiana-law-blocked-supreme-court/index.html .
THE DEMOCRAT PARTY PUSHED ABORTION TO REDUCE THE BLACK POPULATION. More @ http://boomerspeaks.com/780964/836912.html . Abortion has always posed a threat to black lives. The Black community has "seen an increase in attention in recent years as the result of a collaboration between the conservative black church, black anti-abortion activists, and (other) anti-abortion organizations. These claims speak to real fears about racism in the medical system, calling back to the unethical harms of the Tuskegee study and the days when women of color were forcibly sterilized by state eugenics programs. It’s an apt comparison in the eyes of black anti-abortion activists, many of whom argue that Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger was a supporter of eugenics who, some say, workedto intentionally lower the black birth rate. (Sanger’s history isn’t as clear-cut — she certainly did support a form of eugenics, but her work on birth control in the black community was not viewed with alarm by prominent African-American community leaders.) That black women are far more likely than women of other races to get an abortion (accounting for roughly one-third of those undergoing the procedure according to one commonly cited study) is, to the black anti-abortion movement, proof that something is amiss. In connecting abortion access in the present to the harms of the past, black pro-choice advocates say the black anti-abortion movement ignores women’s agency. And while polling doesn’t fully capture the complex viewpoints a large segment of the public has about abortion, in polls of the issue, black Americans still overwhelmingly say that abortion should be legal in most cases. Even so, the black anti-abortion movement has landed on a provocative argument, one that award-winning filmmaker Yoruba Richen says proved ripe for exploration." Source @ https://www.vox.com/identities/2018/1/19/16906928/black-anti-abortion-movement-yoruba-richen-medical-racism .