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Not ALL Black Lives In Baltimore MUST Be Saved


little black babyMandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – How many of you people that are citizens of Maryland, how many of you knew that abortion is so rampant, so popular – it’s the cool, chic thing to do apparently – that in 2005, the State of Maryland stopped collecting statistics on abortions performed in the state.  Ponder that for a moment.  They stopped collecting statistics on abortions performed in the State of Maryland.”  Check out today’s transcript for the rest….

Begin Mike Church Show Transcript

Mike:  [mocking] “We’ve got to stop the loss of black lives.”  While I concur with that – I concur that we must stop the loss of all life that we are capable of, especially when it comes to civil authorities visiting death up on the citizenry.  There’s another way that death is visited upon the citizenry legally.  You and I know it as abortion.  We find this from Diana Schaub, a professor of political sciences at Loyola University:


In 1970, Baltimore City abortion rates for single white and black women stood at 7.43 and 10 respectively (the abortion rate is the number of abortions per 1,000 women ages 15-44), with the married women’s rates half that. By 2005, the Baltimore rate was 86.2. The National Abortion Rights Action League, which cites that figure, did not provide the African-American rate, but it would be substantially higher.

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Mike:  How many of you people that are citizens of Maryland, how many of you knew that abortion is so rampant, so popular – it’s the cool, chic thing to do apparently – that in 2005, the State of Maryland stopped collecting statistics on abortions performed in the state.  Ponder that for a moment.  They stopped collecting statistics on abortions performed in the State of Maryland.  The CDC can give you some pretty accurate statistics on abortions.  That’s because each individual state catalogs these things and then reports them and forks them over to the CDC.  I don’t know if they’re under compulsion to do so, but I know that they do because I’ve looked it up for Louisiana before.  When we had riots in New York City last year over the last police death brought on by an arrest where the cops were present, I had looked up how many blacks had been killed the year before, had been murdered the year before in their mothers’ wombs.  The number was somewhere, if memory serves me, 73,000 was the 2012 number.  The State of Maryland does not cite these statistics any longer.  Apparently it happened so often and it’s so gruesome, and probably most of it in inner-city Baltimore, that no one wants to report these things.  It’s just too ghastly to consider.


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According to the Center for Disease Control which collects data from states, in 2005, the last year stats were collected in the state, 9198 abortions were performed in Maryland.

6019 or 65.4% were on Black babies.

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black babies matter be pro-lifeMike:  If all black life in Baltimore, Maryland is precious, why isn’t the black life that is soon to be born precious?  That is life.  A black child is exterminated in his or her mother’s womb by the identical murderous procedure, ghastly, unthinkable procedure that happens to anyone else.  There’s no difference in the method of execution. 


The Guttmacher Institute, which does not break down abortions by race reported that in 2011, 125,400 of the 1,196,838 Maryland women of reproductive age became pregnant. 58% of these pregnancies resulted in live births and 27% in induced abortions.

Nationally, the most recent report from the CDC dated November 28, 2014 reveals that in 2011 almost 56% of all abortions reported for race were done on minority women.

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Mike:  Folks, this is the disconnect here.  Either life is precious or it’s not.  We as modern man have determined: it’s only precious when we say it ought to be precious.  There’s no universal way to determine this.  There’s no universal way to describe it.  There’s no universal way to define it, they say.  There’s no universal policy or universal action that you would take, or preferred action you would take in this matter.  It’s totally up to the individual.  It’s a right after all.  This is why what’s happening, what happened in Ferguson, Missouri, what happened in New York, what’s happening now in Baltimore, and I suspect what will happen before the end of the year in some city – I don’t know where it’s going to be, but I think we can safely say it would not surprise any of us if it happens again this year.

The point that I’m making here, and this has been made here on this shown before, there is an equal, nay, a superior in numbers loss of life going on every single day.  This would be a good question to ask: Has the rioting in Baltimore stopped women from going to abortion clinics?  They closed Camden Yards.  Did they close Planned Parenthood?  This reminds me of the time the Planned Parenthood abortion business helped victims of Hurricane Katrina, not with food, water, shelter, or help in repairing their lives and community, but with free morning-after pills.  I remember covering this at the time right here on the – no, after Katrina it wouldn’t have been the Patriot Channel.  What was it then?  I’m trying to remember what it was.  I think it was Sirius Right.



“The world sees people in the ravaged areas desperate for food, bedding, and shelter. Planned Parenthood only sees a publicity opportunity to push its latest political football, the morning-after pill,” Concerned Women for America’s Wendry Wright told

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Mike:  We can’t let riots, we can’t let cop shootings, we can’t let any mayhem get in the way of mayhem in the womb, in other words.  I’ve said this before here on this program and this bears repeating now today because we have a very recent example of it that we can turn to.  That is, those of you that think the enemy is the “liberal,” and the enemy is the “progressive,” and that the enemy is the The_Miraclepolitical party that is the democratic, and that the enemy is the latest lib that’s running their trap about this or blathering on about this, that, or the other, while the enemy can take human form, the enemy is far more diabolical than Mrs. Clinton.  As a matter of fact, the enemy is the force that animates the diabolical.  The diabolical, as we see here in Baltimore, it doesn’t take a nap, it doesn’t take a coffee break, it doesn’t work for a union, it doesn’t take weekends off, it doesn’t take Sunday off, it doesn’t take holidays off.  I said it doesn’t take a nap.  It doesn’t even sleep.  It’s like the Terminator.  This enemy will not stop until all of us that have faith are dead.  [Kyle Reese (Terminator)]: “It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.”

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There were some out there in the streets of Baltimore protesting that were blacks and did have placards and signs and posters that they had painted that said something to the effect – as a matter of fact, this report I’m reading here – something to the effect: You’re right, protestors, not enough life, and not another life begins with ending abortion in Baltimore.  That was the message under the heading “All Black Lives Matter, Born And Unborn.”

End Mike Church Show Transcript

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