1,400 'ugly black babies' will be murdered today

 

Recently abortionist Ashutosh Ron Virmani made racist statements with regard to the babies he kills at A Preferred Woman's Health Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. 
 
Abortionist Ashutosh Ron Virmani actually referred to the black children that he slaughters as "ugly black babies." It's all too obvious that Ashutosh Ron Virmani has a particular disgust for black babies and therefore has no problem killing them.
 
So where are "former Reverends" Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson? Where is the outrage from the NAACP? 
 
Answer: Sharpton, Jackson and the NAACP are in bed with the abortion lobby. They no longer fight for truth, justice and the American way -- believing instead that it's okay to kill some Americans especially if they are too small to run, hide or speak for themselves. 
 
The silence of Sharpton, Jackson, NAACP regarding Virmani's blatant racist remarks is deafening and further proof just how out of touch and totally obsolete they really are. 
 
The black community should be outraged because Ashutosh Virmani is a brazen racist and his statement supports what we already know of the billion dollar abortion industry -- black babies are targeted for death because they are seen as poor, worthless and maybe even "ugly." 
 
Today, more than 1400 "ugly black babies" will be killed. 
 
Day Gardner is the president of the National Black Pro-Life Union
The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author only, not of Spero News.

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