Abortionist refers to black babies as ugly and as potential murderers

abortionist-screenshotRacism has always had a home in the abortion industry. It started with Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, a eugenicist who advocated for the limiting of the black population through her Negro Project to, in her words, “stop the multiplication of the unfit.” Live Action’s Racism Project proved that Sanger’s legacy is still alive and thriving at Planned Parenthood today. The overall abortion industry continues to target minority women. And while black women make up only about 12% of the U.S. population, they get about 36% of the abortions. Yes, racism is indeed alive and well in today’s abortion industry.

That doesn’t make this video any less horrifying.


In the video, Charlotte, NC Ron Virmani claims that he doesn’t want to force taxpayers to pay for “those babies,” that he doesn’t want them “to be born and brought up and kill those people in Colorado,” and he asks if the people he’s talking to want to adopt “those ugly black babies.”

So to recap, Virmani thinks black babies are apparently a burden to taxpayers, will grow up to be murderers, and are ugly to boot.

3/10/2016 Editor Update:  On Feb 25, 2014, Abortionist Dr. Ron Virmani issued an apology on YouTube for his statements about black babies. In the video which can be viewed here, he also condemns those who recorded his words.

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