During Monday night's presidential debate, Hillary Clinton said something Dr. Alveda King knew was wrong.
So the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. of Atlanta sent this out on her Facebook page:
"Sec. Clinton said guns are the number one killer of African-Americans. No, abortion is. Don't support abortion, Sec. Clinton."
Within hours, the post had reached 249,725 people.
I was in Atlanta the next day and visited Dr. King. When I learned of the huge response, I asked her to record a podcast, which you can listen to here.
Dr. King told me African-American babies make up one-third of the 60 million babies aborted since Roe v. Wade made abortion legal in 1973. She lamented the loss of lives and the fact that if each woman had not had the abortion, America would be better off economically and that we will never know of the inventions and cures those aborted babies would have made during their lifetime.
I asked her why so many responded. She said she believes Americans are becoming tired of abortion violence.
I asked how my listeners and readers can get involved. You'll want to hear her response in terms of becoming informed and voting for life.
One thing Dr. King said in our interview stands out to me. Dr. King pointed out that Hillary Clinton has praised Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, who said "colored people are like weeds and they need to be exterminated." You won't hear the mainstream leftist media admit this horrible quote from Sanger. I'd admire Dr. King for her untiring efforts to preach pro-life through Priests for Life and in other ways.
Not only did the Facebook post from Dr. King take off, but the article Pastor Jim Garlow wrote online contrasting Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton continues to be well-shared. Originally posted on Aug. 11, the article "If You're on the Fence About Your Vote, This Pastor Clarifies How the Very Future of America Is at Stake" had already been shared nearly 1.2 million times by the time the debates took place. The number of shares had really slowed down.
However, in the three days since the debate, the shares have nearly doubled to about 2.1 million and growing several hundred thousand a day. If you haven't read the article, do so now and share it. We're not sure why it has taken off again other than the fact that interest in the election is white-hot as Nov. 8 approaches.
Dr. Steve Greene, publisher of Charisma Media Group, believes that Garlow's well-thought-out article is an apologetic for Donald Trump for those who have not made up their minds.We are receiving messages and emails from readers who say they now will vote for Donald Trump, whom I have endorsed for president.
Both candidates this year are unpopular. But no presidential candidate is perfect. I've come to admire Donald Trump as a strong leader who is right on most of the issues. I believe that despite whatever things he has said or mistakes he has made, they pale in comparison to the email scandal, the influence pedaling through the Clinton Foundation and the lies about Benghazi and many other things regarding Hillary Clinton.