Religion Today reports:
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has threatened to sue a black man for, in his words, “trying to save black babies,” WORLD News Service reports. But Ryan Bomberger, a child conceived in rape and now the chief creative officer of The Radiance Foundation, isn’t bowing to the pressure. In fact, just the opposite: Bomberger filed his own lawsuit against the historic civil rights organization.
“It is ironic that a black man is being sued by the nation’s oldest civil rights group for exercising his most basic civil right — the freedom of speech,” said Bomberger, who often refers to the organization as the “National Association for the Abortion of Colored People.” In addition to filing the lawsuit, he also called the NAACP’s priorities into question. “Our inner cities are crumbling, two-parent married families barely exist, 72.3 percent of our children are born into homes without fathers, and the NAACP wants to silence me for pointing out its support of abortion,” he said.
According to Bomberger, 60 percent of viable black pregnancies end in aborting in New York City, the home of NARAL and Planned Parenthood — meaning more black babies are aborted in the New York City area than are born alive.
Bomberger, an adoptee and adoptive father, created the website TooManyAborted.com as a public ad campaign to “expose the eugenic racism that gave birth to Planned Parenthood and the tragic alliance that exists between the nation’s oldest civil rights group and the nation’s abortion giant.” He said on his website: “The Radiance Foundation has no intentions of being silenced by those who disagree with the facts.”