The Biden administration told a United Nations body that it promotes abortion to minorities and illegal aliens in order to combat racism.
The exchange came last Friday, August 12, during the U.N.’s periodic review of how the U.S. is implementing the U.N. Convention on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. In light of the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, “what measures have been taken to address the impact of intersectional discrimination and systemic racism on the sexual and reproductive health and rights of racial and ethnic minorities?” asked the South African member overseeing the review, Faith Dikeledi Pansy Tlakula.
Maintaining abortion access remains “a key focal point of the Biden-Harris administration,” replied the Biden administration’s representative, Jessica Swafford Marcella, deputy assistant secretary for Population Affairs in the Department of Health and Human Services. The U.S. government remains “focused on increasing access to medication abortion,” which Marcella called “essential.” She also touted President Joe Biden’s signing two executive orders, creating a website telling Americans how to get an abortion, and boasted that U.S. abortionists practice their craft on everyone “including immigrants, non-citizens, [and] individuals who are undocumented in our country.”
Pro-life advocates said it’s ludicrous for the Biden administration to promote abortion, which disproportionately diminishes the minority population of the United States, as a means of fighting discrimination.
“Abortion is systemic racism. It’s the number one killer of black lives, outnumbering the top 20 causes of death combined,” Ryan Bomberger, chief creative officer of the Radiance Foundation, told The Washington Stand.
The grim statistics show abortion’s disparate impact on the black community. “More black babies are aborted than born alive in Manhattan, where Planned Parenthood is headquartered. In 2019, for every 1,000 born alive, there were 1,228 killed by ‘abortion care.’ Led by Planned Parenthood, the abortion industry solves no social issue, gives no one equality, and ushers more deaths into communities already ravaged by violence,” Bomberger told TWS….
The above comes from an August 17 story in the Washington Stand via Pregnancy Help News.