NAACP Threatens Black Pro-Life Leader With Lawsuit

By:  Dave Bohon
NAACP Threatens Black Pro-Life Leader With Lawsuit

The NAACP has threatened to sue a black pro-life leader over his efforts to expose the civil rights group's pro-abortion stance and shameless partnership with abortion giant Planned Parenthood.

The NAACP is threatening to sue a black pro-life leader for supposed trademark infringement after he referred to the civil rights group as the “National Association for the Abortion of Colored People.” In January Ryan Bomberger, founder of the pro-life Radiance Foundation, published a commentary on in which he used the creative alternative for the NAACP acronym, pointing out that the nation's premier civil rights group has been a staunch defender of abortion giant Planned Parenthood, despite the painful fact that abortion is decimating the black population, which now terminates over 50 percent of its viable pregnancies through the murderous procedure.

“The NAACP would rather sleep with Planned Parenthood, the urban staple and instigator of sexual irresponsibility, regardless of what people say,” wrote Bomberger. “The affair has been going on for decades. The NAACP, despite denials, has publicly supported Planned Parenthood numerous times (here, here, and here). It’s fought to prevent the abortion chain from being defunded while simultaneously fighting to ensure a massive influx of funding for its beloved ally (and annual convention sponsor) through Obamacare.”

Bomberger added that “Planned Parenthood, gay marriage, HIV/AIDS initiatives, and demonizing the GOP are far more important to the National Association for the Abortion of Colored People than the devastating reality that black babies are aborted at staggering levels.” He noted that black babies “are aborted six times more frequently (in NYC) than white babies: 1,448 are aborted for every 1,000 that are born alive as compared to 244 white babies aborted for every 1,000 born alive (all losses are a tragedy).”

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