These days it's hard to count on anything or anyone to be consistent, so when I look for such a constant, I turn to ThinkProgress – yes ThinkProgress.

I turn to ThinkProgress to be consistently wrong on every issue. Their latest post is no exception, as they gleefully report on some establishment Republican women whining about a House bill to limit abortions.

Tara Culp-Ressler writes: "The GOP controlled House will vote on a proposed 20 week abortion ban next Thursday – the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court case that legalized abortion throughout the United States. The legislation has passed the House for the past two years and was expected to have broad support in the 114th Congress, particularly as Republicans have set their sights on later abortions as an area where they believe they can advance their agenda."

Oh look – another leftist woman with a hyphenated name. Shocker!

Ressler reports that "a group of GOP women led by Rep. Renee Ellmers (R-NC) have started pushing back against the legislation, expressing concerns during a closed-door meeting of House Republicans. Ellmers reportedly said she is worried that even voting on the 20 week ban will alienate young female voters, urging her colleagues 'to be smart about how were moving forward.'"

Ressler then writes that the party is giving Republican women a more prominent role to attempt to attract the female vote.

So this is the issue they chose, because that's all women apparently care about. Meanwhile, all over the country are campaigns, protests, and marches proclaiming that "Black Lives Matter."

But, I guess Black lives don't really matter to ThinkProgress or establishment Republican women.

Minority women constitute less than 13% of our nations female population, ages 15 through 44, but have 36% of all abortions.

Several years ago was a report of approximately 17,000 aborted babies discovered outside a pathology lab in Los Angeles – in a dumpster. Between 12 and 15,000 of the babies were reportedly black.

So black lives matter, do they? ThinkProgress reports that "In a press release on Friday afternoon, Representatives Louise M. Slaughter (D-NY) and Diana DeGette (D-CO) – the leaders of the Pro-Choice Caucus – criticized House Republicans"… saying "Families across this country don't want politicians inserting themselves into these extremely personal decisions." Yes, we wouldn't want to curb in any way the murder of black babies.

Every day in America, an average of 3315 babies are aborted, yet about the same number of blacks are aborted as white babies – about 1200. That's every day! But the white population outnumbers blacks by 5 to 1, so the percentage of aborted black babies is overwhelmingly greater than whites.

Since 1973, when Roe v. Wade was upheld by our black robed oligarchs in the Supreme Court, between 16 and 17 million black babies have been aborted. The current population of blacks in the United States is approximately 36 million. So since 1973, almost half the current black population has been wiped out.

If that's not genocide, what is? Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, would be so proud, being that she was a racist eugenicist who founded the organization to exterminate the inferior black race.

And did I forget to mention that black women over 50 who have had abortions are 4.7 times more likely to get breast cancer.

But for a few more white female votes, what are a few million or so black babies.

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