Planned Parenthood Doctor Says Abortion is ‘Economic Issue’ — Star Parker Has Something to Say About That

Dr. Bhavik Kumar, a medical director for primary care and “transgender” care at Planned Parenthood in Houston, calls abortion bans “racist, inherently classist, and fundamentally part of the white supremacist agenda.”

Kumar said these words during testimony at a recent House panel hearing.

Star Parker, founder and president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, said it’s disgraceful that abortion advocates link protecting the unborn to “white supremacists.” She and others spoke at a press conference with Senator Lindsey Graham, who introduced a bill that would ban abortion after 15 weeks at the national level.

Kumar went on to say that abortion is an economic issue. When we deny women abortion care, we’re forcing them to stay in poverty, he added.

Kumar is right, but not in the way he thinks. Killing babies in the womb is an economic issue…for Planned Parenthood. It’s a money-spinner.

After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, leftists began pushing for federal legislation “that would override every law, every regulation that limits abortion at any and all points in pregnancy,” Star said. Linking the pro-life movement to racism is hypocritical, considering that America’s largest abortion provider was founded by a eugenicist.

“And since Roe became national law, more than 20 million blacks have died at the hand of abortionists,” Star said. “And Democrats want to inject race? These divisive tactics of race-baiting in an attempt to codify abortion into national law are offensive and should be rejected.”

Listen to Star’s full remarks at the press conference.

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