Clenard Childress: NAACP Ignores Abortion Among Blacks

Rev. Clenard H. Childress, Jr., of Black Genocide, recently appeared on American Family Radio to talk about the abortion rate among blacks, pastors who don’t preach against it, and the NAACP’s complicity.

The rate of abortion among black women is disproportionately high. In fact, in New York City, there are more black babies killed in the womb than born alive. Rev. Childress said that groups like the NAACP are aware of this tragedy, yet choose to ignore it.

“It’s gross negligence when it comes to any African-American group who ignores this. Our perceived leadership [in the black community] has literally deceived the masses – the NAACP, the Congressional Black Caucus, the Rainbow Coalition. They will not have this discussion. It’s been censored.”

Why doesn’t the NAACP care about “colored people” in the womb? There’s no money or headlines in it.

“Just recently the Congressional Black Caucus caucused with Planned Parenthood to make sure that the African-American community has more access to Planned Parenthood’s product, which is abortion,” Rev. Childress said. “… So no doubt, the money trail would find that the campaigns of these congressional leaders … received donations from this segment, from this special-interest group …. They are profiting.”

Rev. Childress also makes an excellent point about pastors being shepherds of the flock. Black pastors (or any pastor) who don’t preach against the slaughter of the unborn are leading the sheep astray. He also said that fellow black pastors snub him when he brings up these inconvenient facts.

“I’ll never forget when one [pastor] actually stood up and said, You know, we know you were sent here around election time to sew your seeds on the issue of abortion. We know you’re under disguise….They don’t want to look at the physiological [or] psychological data. They totally first receive it from a political perspective.”

Politics before the protection of unborn lives.

“Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves.” Matthew 7:15

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