What Martin Luther King, Jr. NEVER said.

Dr. King NEVER advocated for abortion, his niece Alveda King‬ debunked that lie. So, today, when you see a bunch of Planned Parenthood or‪ NARAL‬ or NOW‬ or ‪‎Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice‬ or any other proabort propaganda to further their abortion agenda in MKL’s name, just know that Martin Luther King Jr. NEVER, NOT ONE TIME, ever promoted or accepted abortion for any reason.

Roe v. Wade was not law in 1968, the year that Dr. King was assassinated. So assuming that Dr. King was pro-abortion is just that, an assumption on the part of the abortion cartel and industry, “I come from a prolife legacy,” said Alveda King. See the video below.

KEEPLIFELEGALPLANNED PARENTHOOD, YOUR ARGUMENT IS INVALID: “Margaret Sanger was a racist and a significant figure in the eugenics movement, one of the ugliest social movements in our history,” Alveda wrote. “Neither of these things was widely known in the mid-sixties. Regardless, my uncle was wary about receiving the award from the moment he heard about it.” She explained that King never actually accepted the award. His wife accepted it for him. “His thank-you letter was very likely drafted by his secretary, who also had those leanings,” she told WND. “He just signed the letters at his desk. Those are things that people didn’t know.” Read the rest here.

“Minority women constitute only about 13% of the female population (age 15-44) in the United States, but they underwent approximately 36% of the abortions.” Statistically speaking, black women abort more than any other race. Simply do a internet search for your state’s Department of Health or latest abortion report.  Read the rest of Black Genocide here

Dr. King had a dream, and a legacy. But it was NEVER about abortion.


EXPOSING THE ABORTION AGENDA FROM THE PULPIT, ON THE SIDEWALK & IN THE STATEHOUSE. KeepLifeLegal advocates for unborn life on the sidewalks of abortion facilities, the steps of the Statehouse, and the Church with prayer, community outreach, and real LIFE supporting options. 

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