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Dem Rep: If Their Daughters Had Black Babies, Republicans Would Be Pro-Abortion

Holmes put his colleagues in the spotlight for what he sees as racist hypocrisy, claiming that they would support abortion if their white daughters were pregnant with black babies.
Dem Rep: If Their Daughters Had Black Babies, Republicans Would Be Pro-Abortion
Rep. Alvin Holmes.

Via Americans Against The Tea Party:

Democratic state Rep. Alvin Holmes of Montgomery made some noise on Tuesday with his controversial accusations during a debate on an abortion bill that would ban the procedure after the detection of a heartbeat

Holmes put his colleagues in the spotlight for what he sees as racist hypocrisy, claiming that they would support abortion if their white daughters were pregnant with black babies. He was deeply offended when the bills sponsor, Republican state Rep. Mary Sue McClurkin, compared it to Brown v. Board of Education. Holmes said,

“Ninety-nine percent of all of the white people in here are ...

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