Jul 23, 2015

Dr. Ben Carson Slams Obama, Hillary Clinton For Failing to Realize Planned Parenthood was Created to 'Eliminate Black People' | Gospelherald.com

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson recently accused Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger of creating the organization with the intention of "eliminating black people" and criticized U.S. President Barack Obama and 2016 Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton for failing to acknowledge that reality.

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