Democrat Candidate Calls Some Parents ‘Irresponsible Breeders’
One has to wonder what this Scott Wallace, candidate for U.S. Congress, 1st District of Pennsylvania thinks about Mormons?
Better yet, what does rich, white Democrat Scott Wallace think about Muslims? They are having children at twice the rate of the average American.
Wallace received the endorsement of Planned Parenthood and the National Organization of Women because of his stance on what he calls, “irresponsible breeders”.
Further, his company, Wallace Global Fund, has donated almost $7M to population control groups in the last 20 years. One group is Zero Population Growth now known as Population Connection ($420,000) believes that people who have more than two children should taxed to the hilt for the privilege of irresponsible breeding.
Another is the Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy ($20,000) which supports zero population growth. It should come as no surprise that Wallace’s mother worked for Planned Parenthood of Bucks County.
From Wallace’s website:
“The Wallace Global Fund has for decades been a leader in helping women gain access to family planning,” Wilson-Meyer said. “Former Co-Chair Scott Wallace is proud of the work of grantees like Planned Parenthood in empowering women and protecting reproductive rights and will stand up for Pennsylvania women.”
On his website, Wallace bragged that his mother used to work at Planned Parenthood of Bucks County.
“While we have made great strides since my mother’s time at Planned Parenthood of Bucks County, women’s rights are under attack everyday (sic). With the entire Congress and the White House under far-right, anti-choice control, it is more important than ever to protect Planned Parenthood’s work and the great value they deliver to the women of America,” he said in a statement online.
The Wallaces of the world formed from the eugenics movement, the very movement that birthed (pun intended) Planned Parenthood. If there ever was a case for abortion, I just explained it.
Planned Parenthood disguises the true nature of the people who want to rid the world of “human weeds”, the very term the founder of what is known as Planned Parenthood called blacks.
The irony that many blacks not only support Planned Parenthood, but are its biggest customers hasn’t gone unnoticed on me.
Now the scary part. How could Wallace possibly be the front-runner for this Congressional spot?
If the man were a Republican, he would have been run out of Pennsylvania with no chance of setting foot in DC. Wallace would be a pariah, unwanted in his hometown or anywhere else for that matter; the David Duke of PA. But because he’s a Democrat, his ideas are lauded.
Recall when undercover video surfaced of Planned Parenthood selling baby parts? One would think that would have been the undoing of the organization. It certainly would have killed any Conservative organization. But Planned Parenthood candidates thrive with Democrats.
And what of his proposal to tax people with more than two children? Will he tax the poor mothers? I’m guessing this would be the only tax Democrats would accept on the poor, particularly poor blacks. They will put that in the fine print of any legislation.
What’s perhaps most ironic are two things.
First, many Conservatives agree that some people shouldn’t have more than two children, if any children at all.
Second, given the Muslims’ intent on breeding themselves into control in America, limiting them would certainly curb the expansion of Islam.
If only these were the goals of Wallace. But they are not. Wallace wants to limit population of the “less fortunate”, keeping only the necessary amount needed to serve the elite.
Let’s hope enough “irresponsible breeders” learn more about eugenics, Planned Parenthood, and population control by the elitists. They will understand who Wallace is, as well as who the Democrats proudly support.
Scott Wallace is just another rich, white Democrat elitist who believes he knows more than the rest of America because he’s made a lot of money.