The quotes are indeed accurate as are the statistics. But the money quote comes from Matthew Archbold himself at the end of his powerful article:
So we have the founder of the organization saying that’s what she wanted to do and then when the organization does that, we’re all supposed to believe it’s just coincidence? Isn’t it weird that people point to the majority of prisoners being black and Hispanic as proof of racism but the fact that black babies are far more likely to be killed in the womb is just coincidence?
We don't really know exactly what went down when Margaret Sanger spoke at Ku Klux Klan rallies but we do know from reading Margaret Sanger's autobiography that she was invited at least 13 times to speak to the Ku Klux Klan. Ask yourself, what could Margaret Sanger have been saying to the KKK that led this hate group to keep inviting her back? Inviting her back 13 time to spew her hate.
After reading Margaret Sanger Would Not Roll Over in Her Grave to Hear This, one can imagine Margaret Sanger telling the haters something like this:
"Fellow racists, put away those crazy robes. The cross-burnings are not working. I got a better way. I am going to use the Democratic Party to get hundreds of millions of tax dollars to start killing black babies and other undesirables in the womb. I know it sounds crazy, but trust me. It is going to happen!"
Sure Archbold is basically just outlining The Silver Lake Conspiracy which was first postulated a little over six years ago. But it needs to be repeated frequently. If Margaret Sanger was a conservative pro-lifer, her name would never appear in print without the label "frequent Ku Klux Klan Speaker." (You may want to add that to your Style Guide, pro-life bloggers). Thankfully, more and more experts are now coming to the same conclusions drawn by The Silver Lake Conspiracy and when someone has the guts to put together all the links and come out with a major blockbuster documentary, the world will never see Planned Parenthood the same way.
As Martin Luther King's own niece has noted: “The most obvious practitioner of racism in the United States today is Planned Parenthood, an organization founded by the eugenicist Margaret Sanger and recently documented as ready to accept money to eliminate black babies” - Dr. Alveda King.