Liberals Ignore Grotesque Push for Infanticide

Liberals Ignore Grotesque Push for Infanticide

Both Democrats and Republicans denounced Northam's racism, and he quickly apologized publicly for the insensitive yearbook picture. But although liberals rightly denounced Northam's racism, Dr. Alveda King says, they failed to discern the greater horror, Northam's blatant support for infanticide. Listen to hear what Dr. King has to say about it.

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Episode Notes

The Strang Report

with Stephen Strang

Guest: Dr. Alveda King

 

Both Democrats and Republicans denounced Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's racism, and he quickly apologized publicly for the insensitive yearbook picture. But although liberals rightly denounced Northam's racism, Dr. Alveda King says, they failed to discern the greater horror, Northam's blatant support for infanticide.

 

Listen to hear what Dr. King has to say about it.

 

Introduction

Stephen Strang: Most everyone knows that February is Black History Month. It's a time that we reflect and honor the contributions that blacks have made to the history of the United States.  Today, one of the most prominent black leaders, especially from a conservative perspective, is my good friend, Dr. Alveda King, who is the niece of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I've interviewed her several times on my podcast, and every time there is an enormous response. I interviewed her recently at a conference that we both attended in Orlando, and I got her aside, we went off to a quiet place. You may hear a little bit of background noise, but I wanted her to talk about what was going on in Virginia with the governor there who is embroiled in a controversy over a picture in his yearbook when he was in medical school. There was a picture of blackface and someone dressed in a Ku Klux Klan suit. But I also wanted to talk to her about that same governor's horrific comment about taking the life of a fully developed newborn baby. It caused such an outcry. You'll find her perspective very, very interesting. So, here's my interview with Dr. Alveda King.

 

·         Read the Strang Report: Alveda King: Liberals Rage at Gov. Northam’s Racism but Ignore Grotesque Push for Infanticide

 

Stephen Strang: Dr. King, the news has been full of information on Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s comment about what they do with infants who are born that the mother may want to abort. What do you think about that?

 

Dr. Alveda King: Gov. Northam of Virginia is a trained pediatrician. He knows very well that a child inside the womb is a human byproduct, a human being and he knows that. Even though abortion is legal in America, when that baby is born you have and can hold that human being.  So, Gov. Northam’s efforts to say that if the baby was intended to be aborted and is born alive, he would keep that baby comfortable and, at that same time, have a discussion with the mother and with the doctor and decide whether the baby would live. He admitted in his own words that would be infanticide.

 

·         The Governor of Virginia: Let’s be Civil About Killing Newborns

 

Stephen Strang: There are people who have talked about late term abortions but I have never heard, other than maybe this Doctor Gosnell who actually went to prison over doing this, I'd never heard an official like that talk about an infant … and he used the word infant … and they will keep the infant comfortable. Why has this whole abortion thing gotten more and more radical? Is infanticide the next thing that we're going to have to deal with in our country? During President George W. Bush's administration, he banned partial-birth abortion, meaning that even in the birth process, the baby was killed before the baby was fully delivered from the birth canal. That was banned. And for several years, even at the height of President Obama's administration, where he, as a senator, had voted against the Infant Born Alive Act, he was supposed to saving a baby who's born alive. Partial birth abortion had been banned, Gosnell, Kermit Gosnell, a medical doctor in Philadelphia, had been caught bringing babies to life and puncturing their head and killing them in the birth process. So, all of this was hidden by the medical profession and elected officials. Now Gov. Northam brought it to light as a pediatrician turned governor, admitting and knowing that it is a live human being. He brought it to light and called it exactly what it is, infanticide. In our modern history, we also know that there was a Dr. Peter Singer, who supported infanticide and said that a child's not viable until the child is two. So, if the child is more lives and it is just short of being two years old, that could be a reasonable decision to kill that child and that is infanticide. So, there's a full movement supported by politicians and medical professionals that supports the killing of little babies.

 

Stephen Strang: What do you think is going to take to turn that around in our country, not only with the government, but in the culture?

 

Dr. Alveda King: America was totally shocked. When the governor first came out, it had been discovered that, when he was in medical school, he participated in activities that had the painting of your skin if you are Caucasian, painting it black to make fun of the African American race or wearing a hood from the Ku Klux Klan, a very racist group that has been very racist throughout the history of America. So, when it came to light that Dr. Northam was involved in that, everybody wanted to be outraged. My response to that was OK. That was 30-something years ago. We can forgive that. However, if you're still engaged in the very same practices that the black face and the hood represented right now, today, as in killing little babies who are living human beings, there's a problem. So, you must still be connected to clannish activity. That was my response. So, when America found out that there are people, politicians, medical professionals in 2019 who are OK with killing little babies, born and unborn, America was absolutely shocked.

 

Stephen Strang: One of his classmates, who I shocked apparently and who knew about the yearbook, who remembered it, decided to leak it. Yet it seems that the outcry about the black face, which is what they normally term it, even though there was a Ku Klux Klan hood too, seems to be greater than against what he said about infanticide. So, in other words, in this debate, it's almost as if race or racism trump's life.

 

Dr. Alveda King: Skin color for a moment did begin to trump life. But people begin to say no, now wait a minute, wait a minute. OK, black face, Klu Klux Klan hood is bad. Killing a real person that you can hold and see is really worse. So, skin-color racism, mistreating people, or treating people in an inferior manner because of skin color, because of socio-economic conditions, because of gestational age, all of those things those are crimes against humanity. It's very apparent that America has been found guilty of looking the other way, but thank goodness, now in 2019, people are not looking the other way.

 

Stephen Strang: You’ve been very outspoken about this, even about this issue with the Virginia governor. What kind of response are you getting from people in your circle of influence, and also on social media?

 

Dr. Alveda King: I was with President Trump recently in the Oval Office, and he did something that was very unprecedented as a president, and he does it all the time. But he had a telephone call to leaders and people in the pro-life community and it ended up being thousands of people; so many people couldn't even connect the lines was so full. President Trump spoke out against the conduct that will kill these little babies. So, we would just excited all across America to know that President Trump wants to protect America period, whether you're born unborn and that was very encouraging for us.

 

Stephen Strang: What do you think is going to happen with this debate about abortion in our country?

 

Dr. Alveda King: If America, now that we can see, and you've heard me say before, we're not colorblind, we can see color. We can see gestational age, we can see life. If we are blind in any of those areas, we need glasses. Jesus gives sight to the blind. So now that we can see, we must do. I believe that everyone who can actually hear this podcast, ask yourself, have you looked the other way? If you have, repent and ask God to forgive you. And now speak out and speak up for life.

 

For the rest of Stephen’s interview with Dr. Alveda King, visit cpnshows.com.

 

Connect with Dr. Alveda King

·         At alvedaking.com

·         At priestsforlife.org

·         On Facebook

·         On Twitter

 

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

Episode Notes

The Strang Report

with Stephen Strang

Guest: Dr. Alveda King

 

Both Democrats and Republicans denounced Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's racism, and he quickly apologized publicly for the insensitive yearbook picture. But although liberals rightly denounced Northam's racism, Dr. Alveda King says, they failed to discern the greater horror, Northam's blatant support for infanticide.

 

Listen to hear what Dr. King has to say about it.

 

Introduction

Stephen Strang: Most everyone knows that February is Black History Month. It's a time that we reflect and honor the contributions that blacks have made to the history of the United States.  Today, one of the most prominent black leaders, especially from a conservative perspective, is my good friend, Dr. Alveda King, who is the niece of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I've interviewed her several times on my podcast, and every time there is an enormous response. I interviewed her recently at a conference that we both attended in Orlando, and I got her aside, we went off to a quiet place. You may hear a little bit of background noise, but I wanted her to talk about what was going on in Virginia with the governor there who is embroiled in a controversy over a picture in his yearbook when he was in medical school. There was a picture of blackface and someone dressed in a Ku Klux Klan suit. But I also wanted to talk to her about that same governor's horrific comment about taking the life of a fully developed newborn baby. It caused such an outcry. You'll find her perspective very, very interesting. So, here's my interview with Dr. Alveda King.

 

·         Read the Strang Report: Alveda King: Liberals Rage at Gov. Northam’s Racism but Ignore Grotesque Push for Infanticide

 

Stephen Strang: Dr. King, the news has been full of information on Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s comment about what they do with infants who are born that the mother may want to abort. What do you think about that?

 

Dr. Alveda King: Gov. Northam of Virginia is a trained pediatrician. He knows very well that a child inside the womb is a human byproduct, a human being and he knows that. Even though abortion is legal in America, when that baby is born you have and can hold that human being.  So, Gov. Northam’s efforts to say that if the baby was intended to be aborted and is born alive, he would keep that baby comfortable and, at that same time, have a discussion with the mother and with the doctor and decide whether the baby would live. He admitted in his own words that would be infanticide.

 

·         The Governor of Virginia: Let’s be Civil About Killing Newborns

 

Stephen Strang: There are people who have talked about late term abortions but I have never heard, other than maybe this Doctor Gosnell who actually went to prison over doing this, I'd never heard an official like that talk about an infant … and he used the word infant … and they will keep the infant comfortable. Why has this whole abortion thing gotten more and more radical? Is infanticide the next thing that we're going to have to deal with in our country? During President George W. Bush's administration, he banned partial-birth abortion, meaning that even in the birth process, the baby was killed before the baby was fully delivered from the birth canal. That was banned. And for several years, even at the height of President Obama's administration, where he, as a senator, had voted against the Infant Born Alive Act, he was supposed to saving a baby who's born alive. Partial birth abortion had been banned, Gosnell, Kermit Gosnell, a medical doctor in Philadelphia, had been caught bringing babies to life and puncturing their head and killing them in the birth process. So, all of this was hidden by the medical profession and elected officials. Now Gov. Northam brought it to light as a pediatrician turned governor, admitting and knowing that it is a live human being. He brought it to light and called it exactly what it is, infanticide. In our modern history, we also know that there was a Dr. Peter Singer, who supported infanticide and said that a child's not viable until the child is two. So, if the child is more lives and it is just short of being two years old, that could be a reasonable decision to kill that child and that is infanticide. So, there's a full movement supported by politicians and medical professionals that supports the killing of little babies.

 

Stephen Strang: What do you think is going to take to turn that around in our country, not only with the government, but in the culture?

 

Dr. Alveda King: America was totally shocked. When the governor first came out, it had been discovered that, when he was in medical school, he participated in activities that had the painting of your skin if you are Caucasian, painting it black to make fun of the African American race or wearing a hood from the Ku Klux Klan, a very racist group that has been very racist throughout the history of America. So, when it came to light that Dr. Northam was involved in that, everybody wanted to be outraged. My response to that was OK. That was 30-something years ago. We can forgive that. However, if you're still engaged in the very same practices that the black face and the hood represented right now, today, as in killing little babies who are living human beings, there's a problem. So, you must still be connected to clannish activity. That was my response. So, when America found out that there are people, politicians, medical professionals in 2019 who are OK with killing little babies, born and unborn, America was absolutely shocked.

 

Stephen Strang: One of his classmates, who I shocked apparently and who knew about the yearbook, who remembered it, decided to leak it. Yet it seems that the outcry about the black face, which is what they normally term it, even though there was a Ku Klux Klan hood too, seems to be greater than against what he said about infanticide. So, in other words, in this debate, it's almost as if race or racism trump's life.

 

Dr. Alveda King: Skin color for a moment did begin to trump life. But people begin to say no, now wait a minute, wait a minute. OK, black face, Klu Klux Klan hood is bad. Killing a real person that you can hold and see is really worse. So, skin-color racism, mistreating people, or treating people in an inferior manner because of skin color, because of socio-economic conditions, because of gestational age, all of those things those are crimes against humanity. It's very apparent that America has been found guilty of looking the other way, but thank goodness, now in 2019, people are not looking the other way.

 

Stephen Strang: You’ve been very outspoken about this, even about this issue with the Virginia governor. What kind of response are you getting from people in your circle of influence, and also on social media?

 

Dr. Alveda King: I was with President Trump recently in the Oval Office, and he did something that was very unprecedented as a president, and he does it all the time. But he had a telephone call to leaders and people in the pro-life community and it ended up being thousands of people; so many people couldn't even connect the lines was so full. President Trump spoke out against the conduct that will kill these little babies. So, we would just excited all across America to know that President Trump wants to protect America period, whether you're born unborn and that was very encouraging for us.

 

Stephen Strang: What do you think is going to happen with this debate about abortion in our country?

 

Dr. Alveda King: If America, now that we can see, and you've heard me say before, we're not colorblind, we can see color. We can see gestational age, we can see life. If we are blind in any of those areas, we need glasses. Jesus gives sight to the blind. So now that we can see, we must do. I believe that everyone who can actually hear this podcast, ask yourself, have you looked the other way? If you have, repent and ask God to forgive you. And now speak out and speak up for life.

 

For the rest of Stephen’s interview with Dr. Alveda King, visit cpnshows.com.

 

Connect with Dr. Alveda King

·         At alvedaking.com

·         At priestsforlife.org

·         On Facebook

·         On Twitter

 

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

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Liberals Ignore Grotesque Push for Infanticide