Black Pastor on: Abortion, Adoption, Black Genocide and Perceived Racism
Voddie Baucham is a husband, father, pastor, author, professor, conference speaker and church planter. He serves as Pastor of Preaching at Grace Family Baptist Church in Spring, TX.
In a video posted online, Pastor Baucham was asked how he was advocating for progress within the Black community. He responded by talking about his commitment to expose abortion and black genocide calling it the number one killer of Black people and accusing Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger of wanting to rid the world of black children and using black people to to so.
“Me personally,” he answered, “over the last couple of decades, one of the things people have gotten tired of me talking about is abortion and Black genocide. The number one killer of Black people, by far, since 1973, has been abortion. It has killed more Black people than all the other causes of death combined,” he stated.
“My wife and I got so involved in this issue and in the pro-life movement over the fact that Black women make up 12% of the population but have 36% of the abortions. Margaret Sanger’s Negro project, you know Malthusian eugenics and the desire to eliminate the unwanted races and especially Black people, that being carried on even today.”
As a result of his outspoken advocacy for children targeted for abortion Pastor Baucham is also outspoken on fatherlessness in the Black family as well as an advocate for adoption calling it “The Gospel”. He goes on to say that abortion and the targeting of Black babies for abortion became so real that he and his wife adopted 7 Black children. Today, the couple speaks out about the need for Black families to adopt children, “It’s adoption – that’s the Gospel…And Black families don’t adopt. And so, there are black children sitting there waiting for families to adopt them. And then Black people have the audacity to get mad at white people for adopting the Black children that they won’t.”
Pastor Baucham says he is passionate about abortion pointing out that the Black community can talk all day long about their perceived racism, but abortion through Roe v. Wade is, in fact tangible racism happening now, ” “This issue of Black genocide from abortion, I will not stop talking about this issue. You know, we can talk about perceived racism all day long. You know, we can talk about the things that we feel are unjust all day long. But Roe vs. Wade is a law ! It’s got a name, it’s got a face. I know where it is. I can go right to it.”
“My perception about what people feel about me. My perception about inequality – that doesn’t have a face. What is that? How do you deal with a perception? I’m talking about something that’s real. Something that’s a fact! And so, for me, that’s something that I’m passionate about. That’s something that I ache over and that’s something we’re doing to ourselves.” he said passionately.