Formerly Grey Lady Catches On

Curtsy to Ken Thomas for noticing the FGL has finally noticed the "black genocide" argument against abortion. Dr. Alveda King (MLK's niece) has been pounding this drum for 30 years, and the Black Genocide group was around when I was a pro-life lobbyist close to two decades ago. Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, was a eugenics supporter who wished to have "more children from the fit, less from the unfit" and thought birth control would weed out the lesser races. Thus was her infamous "Negro Project" created. Sanger's commitment to eugenics is amply documented in all kinds of scholarly literature, as well as popular histories such as 1991's Blessed Are The Barren. But a pale denial from a Planned Parenthood spokesman is sufficient refutation for our elites and the Formerly Gray Lady has had no interest in any of that for 30 years.

But let a white person in the South put up a billboard highlighting this, and suddenly the Times is on the case.

Yes, Dears.