Last week, Dr. Ben Carson was on several Fox shows talking about the eugenics and racist links to Planned Parenthood.
This is something I documented in my research for the highly acclaimed documentary, Maafa21.
On Wednesday’s Neil Cavuto show, the 2016 African American presidential candidate emphasized Planned Parenthood’s racist beginnings.
“Maybe I’m not objective when it comes to Planned Parenthood but I know who Margaret Sanger is and know that she believed in eugenics and she was not completely enamored with Black People,” Carson said.
That is putting it lightly.
Sanger admitted to giving Klan speeches and bragged in her autobiography that the Klan loved her views so much they extended her a dozen additional invitations to speak.
Carson also addressed the motivation behind Planned Parenthood locating many of their clinics in minority communities.
Carson suggested the public go back and read about Margaret Sanger whose goal was to control the black population, he said.
Adding, “A woman who Hillary Clinton said by the way that she admires.”
Carson is correct, as Saynsumthn Blog documents well, in 2009, Hillary Clinton received Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger Award.
The announcement posted to the US Secretary of State website read, “Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) will present its highest honor, the PPFA Margaret Sanger Award, to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton at the PPFA awards gala in Houston, Texas on Friday, March 27. Secretary Clinton will receive this award for her unwavering support of women’s health and rights throughout her public service career. Actor America Ferrera will co-host the event with PPFA President Cecile Richards. The awards gala will take place at the George R. Brown Convention Center on 1001 Avenida de las Americas in Houston.”
Thursday, sitting in for Bill O’Reilly, Eric Bolling asked Dr. Ben Carson if he stood behind his previous statements about Planned Parenthood.
“Absolutely, no question about it,” Carson responded.
“Anybody can easily find out about Margaret Sanger and what kind of person she was. And how she was a strong advocate of eugenics, wrote articles about eugenics,” Carson replied.
Carson emphasized that the Planned Parenthood founder, “was not enamored with Black people” and “believed that certain members of the population weakened the Black population.”
“And it was quite true that the majority or plurality of their clinics are in Black neighborhoods.”
Pointing to stats that show a high rate of abortion among Black women, Bolling asked Dr. Carson if he thought the goal of Planned Parenthood was to control the Black community.
“It brings up a very important issue,” Carson said, “that is, do those Black Lives Matter?” he asked.
“You know, the number one cause of death for Black people is abortion,” the doctor noted.
“And I wonder if some people might at some point become concerned about that and ask why is that happening and what can be done to alleviate that situation,” he said.
Asked what Dr. Carson would do about Planned Parenthood he said, “One of the ways they are able to perpetrate the deceit is because people are not informed. The more people are ignored the less likely these things happen.”
Bolling briefly asked Dr. Carson if he ever worked on “fetal tissue” something the doctor denies working with or retrieving.
The question comes on the heels of horrific videos from the Center of Medical Progress exposing Planned Parenthood’s grisly baby parts harvesting operation.
Watch the full interview below: