Nothing could be more condescending, more elitist, and more evil than to kill African American babies in the name of helping the black community.

Abortion advocates (with help from NBC News) just made their most outrageous claim yet.

They insinuate that Alabama's new abortion ban is racist because it disproportionately impacts women of color.

When NBC News invited me to respond, I discussed how the real form of discrimination at issue is the legalized killing of an entire segment of the population.

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While the NBC reporter repeatedly suggested abortion helps impoverished women of color, the abortion patients she talked with actually said poverty wasn't a factor in their decision.

"Financial is not the issue," said one of the women interviewed. "I understand it's not good to kill a child. It's not...But I don't think that [any]body should pick that for us. We should be the one[s] that pick that for ourselves."

The other abortion patient said that with a baby, a new husband, and buying a house, she was too busy to welcome a child. "It's just...too much...I just don't wanna do it."

The abortion industry's attack on unborn children--of any race--is a crime against humanity.

Fortunately, pro-life victories are being won EVERY DAY, with more on the way during the upcoming September 25 - November 3 40 Days for Life campaign.

We're getting ready to announce the record number of communities joining the campaign in just a few days. Stay tuned!

Shawn Carney, President/CEO

In addition to co-founding 40 Days for Life, Shawn is one of the most sought-after pro-life speakers, addressing audiences coast-to-coast and internationally. He has executive produced award-winning pro-life documentaries. Shawn co-authored the #1 top-rated Christian book: 40 Days for Life: Discover What God Has Done ... Imagine What He Can Do and also wrote The Beginning of the End of Abortion.