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By Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews, Nov. 26, 2019
WASHINGTON, DC – African American voters urged Democratic presidential candidates to stop pushing abortions on black women and their unborn babies.
Speaking with Fox News host Martha MacCallum on Sunday, two African American leaders expressed frustration with the candidates’ abortion advocacy, Townhall reports.
“My biggest issue with the current Democratic candidates as it comes to the black community is that all of them are pushing for poor women of color to have access to abortion. That’s all that you hear,” panelist Angela Stanton King said.
“Since abortion Roe v. Wade has been passed, 46 percent of the black population has been aborted,” King told the Fox News panel. “To me, personally, you don’t have my best interests in mind if the only thing you are offering me is access to abortion to kill my child before it has the chance to live, and then also free welfare. ….