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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Speaking of Racists: Hey, Ho, Sanger Square Has To Go!

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A petition is circulating to rename the racisit Margaret Sanger Square in New York City:

Since Americans are expressing their anger at historical figures with racist legacies, it is high time that 'Margaret Sanger Square' be renamed. Sanger was the founder of Planned Parenthood, a murderous organization which has aborted over 60 million unborn babies, mostly African-American children. Sanger once referred to African Americans as "human weeds".  

It needs 99,924 signatures by September 14, 2017, in order to get a response from the White House. 
Sign the petition HERE


REMNANT COMMENT:  The woman is straight up creepy, too.  But besides that, I'm offended by her racism, her hate and her genocidal campaign against my species.  I'm quite sure our friends on the Left will hop to it and rename that Square now that they know how deeply offended I am by this. Isn't that how it works?  Anyway, check this nutter out:

 

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