An Ohio Democrat has admitted that abortion is specifically intended to kill off black people by submitting an amendment that would exempt black babies from the state’s new pro-life law.
Ohio State Rep. Janine Boyd filed an amendment to the state’s “heartbeat bill” to make sure black babies will not be covered by the protections that prevent babies from being murdered in the womb by an abortionist after a fetal heartbeat is detected.
According to LifeNews, Boyd’s bill “would have given an exemption to African American women to abort their unborn babies for any reason up to the state’s current abortion limit, 20 weeks.”
The mentally deficient State Rep. was actually dumb enough to claim that the protections to make sure babies aren’t killed in the womb was somehow “just like slavery.”
“Black slaves were once treated like cattle and put out to stud in order to create generations of more slaves,” Boyd exclaimed. “Our country is not far enough beyond our history to legislate as if it is.”
So… her solution is to kill all black babies before they are even born? To… to stop them from becoming slaves in a system that was dismantled… er… 160 years ago?
Does this woman have a brain at all?
Former Planned Parenthood executive turned pro-life activist Abby Johnson criticized Boyd’s amendment, saying “apparently a 38% national abortion rate in the African-American community isn’t enough.”
“A female, African-American democratic state representative from Ohio presented this amendment to the Ohio Heartbeat bill. This amendment would have made an exception for African-American babies…because apparently a 38% national abortion rate in the African-American community isn’t enough,” Johnson wrote on Facebook. “The amendment was struck down 11-7.”
The good thing is most members of the Ohio legislature thought Boyd’s idiotic measure was not worth the paper it was dribbled on.
The heartbeat bill was signed into law without the amendment aimed at killing as many black babies as possible.
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