Abortion is, by far, the leading cause of death among black Americans, but the corporate media does not report this because America’s institutions do not consider unborn children to be alive.
Students for Life of America, The Frederick Douglass Foundation, and the Human Coalition Action painted the street on Saturday at 5 a.m. with temporary paint that will wash away with rain. They painted while the abortion facility was closed for Labor Day weekend.
Many of the Black Lives Matter slogans were painted on city streets in permanent street paint.
The peaceful pro-life protesters finished the mural after 6 a.m., at about the same time that Baltimore police officers arrived.
The police officers did not arrest the protesters, issue fines or mandate the phrase’s removal because no crime was committed.
The protesters neither blocked traffic nor damaged property, as the Black Lives Matter agitators often did.
“[The message] will remain here unless the city wants to come take it out, and that would be outside the police department,” Baltimore Police Sgt. Vincenzo Julio said.
Michele Hendrickson, the East Coast regional director for Students for Life, said she was surprised that the police did not punish the pro-life activists.
When Students for Life of America painted “Black Pre-Born Lives Matter” outside a Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Washington, D.C., police officers arrested two people.
“We’re thankful for the fair and equal treatment we’ve received in being allowed to practice our right to free speech in this city,” Hendrickson said.
Planned Parenthood was founded by eugenicist Margaret Sanger, whose mission was the extermination of the black race.
“Most people don’t see that this all amounts to a form of black genocide,” said Christopher Anderson, who is black and a member of the Frederick Douglass Foundation.
“If we’re going to be consistent and say ‘Black Lives Matter,’ we will defund racist organizations like Planned Parenthood,” he continued. “We are standing in the gap for black lives.”