Phoebe Gates, the daughter of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, is now sharing her opinion on abortion.
On Thursday, the young woman, who is only 19 years old, rushed to Instagram to voice her support for Planned Parenthood and to comment on the recent Supreme Court decision about abortion.
Bill Gates’ daughter Phoebe promotes Planned Parenthood on social media https://t.co/UHwhGNcUI5
— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 17, 2022
According to Fox Business, Phoebe Gate’s caption read:
“I’m not shy about my body and/or telling you to keep your bans off of it,” her caption began. “Every person deserves access to sexual and reproductive health care. Right now, the Supreme Court is prepared to end the constitutional right to abortion. Join me and the fashion community to send a clear message.”
She concluded her post by tagging Planned Parenthood and using the hashtag #BansOffOurBodies.
The Gates family has a long-time connection to Planned Parenthood. Bill Gates’s father Wiliam Gates Sr. served as the trustee of Planned Parenthood and he also served on the board as well. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has also pumped millions of dollars into the foundation as well.
Bill Gates Sr was prominent member of the Eugenics Movement and later co-founder Planned Parenthood. Makes you think about junior? https://t.co/p3FmThrjuT
— My body and integrity (@coverklift) June 10, 2022
The abortion movement stemmed from the early 1900s, the state of California was having problems with crime, poverty, and overpopulation in its urban areas. As a result, politicians came up with the horrible idea to begin sterilizing women who they suspected would give birth to non-productive citizens in society. Today, we know this was a terrible idea but democrats at the time thought the eugenics movement was the answer to all of society’s problems.
The eugenics movement began with the intention of genetically improving the human race in order to reduce the amount of money spent on social welfare programs. That should ring some bells, shouldn’t it?
Adolf Hitler was a supporter of the Eugenics movement and even appreciated the eugenics program that was in place in the state of California. It was never an idea of his to have children with blond hair and blue eyes; rather, he thought that was something that originated in the United States.
The Rockefeller family contributed to the funding of eugenics initiatives in both the United States and Germany. Even before Josef Mengele was sent to Auschwitz, the Rockefeller Foundation assisted in funding eugenics studies that he was working on. This is documented.
Due to the demonic nature of the scientific experiments that Josef Mengele conducted on Jewish prisoners in concentration camps, he earned the nickname “the angel of death.” A supporter of racist eugenics is credited with founding Planned Parenthood. Margaret Sanger, the woman credited with founding Planned Parenthood, was a fervent racist who advocated the use of eugenics as a means to eradicate black people in the United States.
Sanger is reported to have said that she did not want the news to get out about her plan to destroy people of color. As a result, Sanger pushed racial minorities, preachers, and doctors to convince people that eugenics is nothing to be scared of.
The media has managed to utterly bury Margaret Sanger’s ties to the eugenics movement, her trips to Germany to meet with Hitler, her speeches given at KKK rallies, and her racist magazine articles.
Do you get how powerful the media is at controlling the narrative?
— Michael O’Grady (@Michael61479644) April 23, 2021
When Roe v. Wade was initially decided, it was documented that black people had a lower abortion rate than white people, but this statistic has drastically shifted in the years since the decision was made public.
A recent study conducted by the CDC found that the likelihood of a black woman obtaining an abortion is five times higher than that of a white woman. More black babies are murdered in the city of New York each year than are actually born there.
This story syndicated with permission from For the Love of News
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