The CEO of the biggest abortion business in America finally came out and owned up to the dark past of its founder, Margaret Sanger.
Planned Parenthood “must fully take responsibility for the harm that Sanger caused to generations of people with disabilities and Black, Latino, Asian-American, and Indigenous people,” Alexis McGill Johnson wrote in the New York Times on Saturday, finally acknowledging Sanger’s “association with white supremacist groups and eugenics.”
“But was she, or was she not, racist?” McGill Johnson asked. “It’s a question that we’ve tried to avoid, but we no longer can. We must reckon with it.”
Except, she spent the rest of the piece avoiding answering the question, saying it’s “not a simple yes or no question.” She never came out and admitted Sanger was racist, explaining, “We don’t know what was in Sanger’s heart” while “comdemn[ing] her harmful choices.” If only Planned Parenthood, the Times or any other progressive institution were so quick to give modern conservatives the benefit of the doubt.