New York Senator Chuck Schumer publicly wept in response to President Trump’s “mean spirited” executive order on immigration:
“Tears are running down the cheeks of the Statue of Liberty tonight as a grand tradition of America, welcoming immigrants, that has existed since America was founded, has been stomped upon.”
If the Statue of Liberty is weeping, it is because in the great city of New York more African American children die in the womb each year – than are born. That horrific fact bears repeating – more African American children die in the womb each year in New York City – than are born.
Perhaps Senator Schumer could have a press conference where he shares his grief at the death of close to 30,000 African-American babies a year in the city of that iconic statue of Lady Liberty.
“A majority of abortion businesses are in areas with high minority populations. Abortion apologists will say this is because they want to serve the poor. You don’t serve the poor by taking their money to terminate their children. Abortion is accomplishing the goals of which racism only dreamed.”
Senator Schumer calls for a more “welcoming” policy toward immigrants. In the Senators district, the womb is the most unwelcoming and dangerous place for an African American child.
Perhaps those like Senator Schumer and other that are so concerned with welcoming immigrants from other parts of the world, could turn to their own backyard and come up with solutions to the challenges facing our poor minority communities – solutions that do not include genocide against our African American brothers and sisters in the womb.
If you think Genocide is too strong a word – I implore you to once again let the reality sink in – more African American children die in the womb of their mothers each year in New York City, than are born.
If this does not qualify as genocide…then the word has lost all its meaning.
  “…In 2013 black women accounted for 29,007 terminated pregnancies, representing almost 42 percent of all abortions in the city…With abortions surpassing live births by nearly 5,000, African American women in the city clearly terminated pregnancies more often than they carried babies to term.” (According to a report by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Bureau of Vital Statistics – Politifact)