Pro-life leader blasts NAACP, but not for the reasons you may think

Pro-abortion radicals are trying to normalize abortion by revamping the talking points.

But the messaging is changing so rapidly to try and pull the wool over the eyes of the American people that even those within the “inner circle” of the Abortion Lobby can’t keep up.

And now, this pro-life leader is blasting the NAACP, but not for the reasons you may think.

NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson has received a scathing open letter for his hypocritical views. 

American Life League Founder and President Judie Brown has written a blistering critique of the civil rights organization’s stance on abortion, and she doesn’t mince words. 

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, which aims to fight racism, is doing the opposite. 

The popular organization is openly promoting what the letter correctly labels the “ultimate racism,” and people won’t stand for it.

The letter, dated February 15, takes aim at the NAACP’s purported commitment to fighting racism while simultaneously endorsing abortion, a practice that has claimed the lives of nearly 20 million Black babies since the landmark Roe v. Wade decision was enacted.

“Abortion is the ultimate racism,” declares Brown, who heads the American Life League, an organization with a 45-year history of staunch advocacy for the rights of the pre-born. 

In her missive to Johnson, she poses a poignant question: “Where is the justice for Black mothers and their babies, who are targeted by organizations like Planned Parenthood for abortions?”

Brown highlights the NAACP’s 2023 document titled “Women’s Rights to Reproductive Freedom and Health,” which asserts that “abortion access” is a “racial justice issue.” 

However, she contends that such rhetoric rings hollow in the face of stark realities, citing data from the Center for Disease Control’s Abortion Surveillance Report, which reveals that almost 42 percent of abortions in America are performed on Black babies.

“Abortion is truly one of the greatest injustices of our time,” declares Brown, emphasizing that Black women and their babies deserve better than to be disproportionately targeted by the abortion industry.

The open letter, which calls into question the NAACP’s commitment to its stated mission of advancing the rights of African Americans, underscores the urgent need for accountability and integrity within the organization’s leadership.

While the NAACP has yet to respond publicly to Brown’s letter, the powerful message has sparked widespread discussion among pro-life Americans, who view the NAACP’s support for abortion as a betrayal of its founding principles and a grave injustice against the Black community.

As the debate rages on, the voices of those who champion the sanctity of life and advocate for the rights of the most vulnerable among us grow louder. 

With leaders like Judie Brown boldly speaking out against the scourge of abortion, there is hope for a future where every life is cherished and protected, regardless of race or circumstance.

In the face of adversity, pro-lifers stand united in their commitment to defending the rights of the pre-born and working towards a society where every individual is valued and respected from conception to natural death. 

The NAACP may have faltered in its duty to uphold the dignity of all human life, but the fight for justice and equality continues unabated.

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