With all the attention surrounding the Michael Brown death and the decision by the Grand Jury to not indict Officer Wilson, protests have erupted across the country.
While many thugs are using this occasion to practice lawlessness and destroy private property, there are also many concerned citizens who are engaging in their Constitutional right to peacefully protest. Many see this as a race game—a white cop can kill any unarmed black kid and get away with it.
So the protests are supposed to be standing up for innocent black lives. Black pastors are using their pulpits to call for an indictment, and people ranging from news anchors to NFL players are calling attention to what they say is open season on young black kids.
The average person watching the news might think that the leading cause of death among black people is white cops. Quite the opposite. 93% of black homicides are at the hands of other black people. That should be something to protest about, but it receives little attention. That horrifying statistic is the result of fathers not in the home and the hip hop culture that promotes violence (especially with guns), drugs, and sex out of wedlock. That is the trifecta for poor performance in school, school drop-outs, poverty, and eventually crime.
But the worse stat of all is that the leading cause of death among blacks is not white cops, and it is not other blacks; the leading cause of death among blacks is abortion. More than 13 million black babies have been aborted since Roe v. Wade; that is more deaths than cancer, heart disease, violence, car accidents, and AIDS combined. The other five account for 4 million deaths since 1973—less than ¼ of the deaths caused by abortion.
It bothers me that the pastors and pundits would rather call out Darren Wilson than young girls who abort their own. They would rather rail against the cops than the young men who impregnate girls and flee the scene. They warn their audience about crooked law enforcement, but not about Planned Parenthood, which overwhelmingly moves into poor, black neighborhoods.
Don’t misunderstand me. If a cop or any other person wrongfully takes a black life, or any other innocent life, we should stand up and speak out. I believe black lives—and all lives—matter.
But it is not fair to ignore the young, innocent, unarmed black kids that are killed every day, in their own neighborhoods, by abortion doctors.
Because black lives matter, I am pro-life.
 The facts of this case do not support the “Hands up; Don’t shoot” narrative. All the forensic evidence indicates that Brown, who had just assaulted and burglarized a gas station clerk, also assaulted Officer Wilson and put the cop’s life in danger.