As the demand for abortions skyrockets, pro-life leader Walter Hoye is speaking out against the targeting of this community

The Biden administration is doubling down on its pro-abortion plans in the lead up to the 2024 general elections.

In a desperate attempt to gain votes, Biden and his anti-life pals are trying to hide the truth about abortion.

But pro-life leader Walter Hoye isn’t afraid to push back, and now he’s speaking out against the targeting of this community.

As Black History Month draws to a close, the Biden administration is refusing to acknowledge the biggest threat to Black Americans before they are even born. 

However, Walter B. Hoye, II, is not one to stay quiet in the face of deceit and injustice. 

In the shadows of America’s bustling cities, a sinister truth lurks beneath the surface of the abortion industry. 

While advocates of so-called “reproductive rights” extol the virtues of choice and autonomy, a disturbing pattern emerges: the deliberate targeting of Black Americans for the cruel practice of abortion, a modern-day form of racial eugenics. 

Abortion is not just on the rise for minorities, though. Nationwide, the use of abortion on demand has risen since 2020. However, over the course of one year, the percentage of abortions that involve Black Americans has shot up 6%. 

As the demand for abortions continues to skyrocket, one voice rises above the fray to expose the dark underbelly of this insidious agenda. 

Walter Hoye, a prominent pro-life leader, has sounded the alarm, decrying the disproportionate impact of abortion on the Black community. Nearly 42% of all U.S. abortions are being committed on only 2.5% of the population — Black Americans. 

This staggering statistic should send shockwaves through the conscience of every American, regardless of political affiliation. 

While proponents of abortion claim to champion women’s rights, they conveniently ignore the devastating toll it takes on the most vulnerable among us.

But Walter Hoye refuses to remain silent in the face of such injustice. Through his tireless advocacy work with the Black Pro-Life Coalition and the Issues4Life Foundation, he has become a beacon of hope for those who have been marginalized and oppressed by the abortion industry.

Hoye’s message is clear: abortion is not a solution to the challenges facing Black America; it is a symptom of a much deeper problem. Instead of addressing the root causes, the abortion industry preys upon the most vulnerable members of society, offering them false promises of liberation and empowerment.

But the reality is far from empowering. 

Abortion leaves a trail of broken lives and shattered dreams in its wake, disproportionately affecting Black women and their families. It perpetuates a culture of death and despair, robbing future generations of their inherent dignity and worth.

Walter Hoye begs pro-lifers not to look away from this uncomfortable truth, but instead find even the smallest ways to support what he calls the “underground resistance” of the abortion industry.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.