FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Fayetteville, NC June 24, 2022
EFFECT OF THE DOBBS V. JACKSON DECISION
The SCOTUS ruling in favor of Thomas Dobbs will immediately save the lives of many innocent preborn babies. Technically, the decision does not reverse Roe v. Wade, it simply nullifies it and sends authority back to the states.
In states where laws prohibit abortion, there will be children who will be allowed to take their first breath. Their right to live will not be denied while defenseless in their mothers’ wombs.
Humanity has established indulgences and accommodations to support the child through every stage of life into adulthood—mentally, physically and spiritually. Without children, societies collapse. With children, they grow and prosper.
Many Christians already know that children are a heritage from The Lord. Sacrificing a baby in the womb is a horror.
Pro-life groups will now address the whistle signals to keep building abortion factories in Black communities. According the documentary Maafa 21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America, white supremacists like Margaret Sanger have used abortion as a mean to accomplish the goal spoken of by Ruth Bader Ginsberg who said in an interview with the New York Times Magazine, “Frankly, I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”
So when well-funded, violent abortion activists say “Ruth sent us,” it sounds like the white supremacists dog whistle. The DOJ made no arrests for threatening Justices, and no arrests for the vandalism of Crisis Pregnancy Centers, even ones run by Blacks in Philadelphia, PA and Asheville, NC.
Abortion has not helped the Black community, it brought harm. In America, Blacks are now the minority of minorities and the birthrate has dropped below the replacement rate. There is hope that majority women will not wish harm on minority women and their offspring.
Catherine Davis and Bradley Mattes wrote in the Washington Examiner the following:
“Abortion in America has contributed to the greatest decline in black population since the first black slaves arrived in the Americas in the 1600s. According to U.S. census data, there were 18,871,831 black American citizens in 1960. Since Roe v. Wade legalized abortion in 1973, abortion has killed an estimated 20 million black babies — more than the entire black population of 1960.”
Ending this atrocity will not only save the children of minorities, it will save all children. With California decriminalizing abortion through all nine months and beyond, the struggle to end abortion is not over.
The Rev. Dr. Clenard Childress, Jr., is urging people to wake up this social injustice. He noted that surgical abortions account for 61% of all deaths combined in the African-American community. A disproportionate 36% of all abortions are performed on African-American women, even though they make up only 12.4 percent of the population. Of all African-American pregnancies, 52 percent end in abortion. Planned Parenthood is the leading provider of abortions in America—75% of all of their abortion clinics are in minority neighborhoods.
It is noteworthy that in 1868, the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified and granted citizenship to all persons born or naturalized in the United States, including former slaves. It guarantees every citizen “equal protection of the laws.” Rev. Walter Hoye is hoping that SCOTUS will take a look at abortion through the 14th Amendment and rather than nullify the impact of Roe v. Wade, totally reverse it and actually halt the murder of babies in the womb.
Contact: Johnny Hunter, National Director