‘Life issue’ not addressed by AME Church (OneNewsNow.com)

Pastor Joseph Parker of  Trinity African Methodist Episcopal Church came away from his denomination’s convention in Nashville disappointed that the life issues were not addressed.  Michelle Obama was the keynote speaker, and with her husband’s record on abortion and related issues, one wouldn’t expect that to be her favorite topic.   Rev. Parker’s group distributed copies of Maafa  21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America.  a documentary of how minorities have been targeted by the abortion industry.  He points out that Obama’s government is supporting Planned Parenthood to the tune of a million dollars per day.

“We think of the fact that lots in the African-American community wouldn’t think highly of an organization like the KKK, but the reality is Planned Parenthood kills more African-Americans in two weeks than the Klan has killed in its whole 150 history,” notes Parker. “And so it’s important that people in the African-American community become aware of how dangerous the organization of Planned Parenthood is.”

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  1. […] Down on the Pharm shares African Methodist Episcopal pastor Joseph Parker’s (pictured left) disappointment with Michelle Obama’s omission of life issues in her speech at the AME’s recent convention. Pastor Parker used the occasion to distribute copies of the documentary Maafa 21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America and to point out that “Obama’s government is supporting Planned Parenthood to the tune of a million dollars per day.” […]