Beginning her political career in the footsteps of her Uncle as a Democratic State Representative, Dr. Alveda C. King quickly faced the harsh realities of life and turned to the Republican Party, but not before she had a run in the Independent party. Quite literally moving to every corner of the political spectrum, King stands a firm Republican today. “I went back to my own family values that I strayed away from at one point in my life, and I returned to that, believing that human life is sacred from the womb to the tomb, from conception until natural death, also I learned that marriage is sacred and so even though I did not call my marriages totally succesful, I believe that marriage between a man and a woman is the best foundational structure for nurturing children and raising children.”
Dr. King has personal experience with abortion, having had two herself, with one she claims done against her will. She found herself in a doctors office, and next thing she knew, the doctor was performing a local D&C with no anesthesia, and no consent. After she was graced with six children, she reported that the doctors went further to say “what does a woman need with a whole bunch of babies.” King claims she was advised not to talk to her family or her church, but rather was advised to go a Planned Parenthood.
King’s views on abortion go beyond the legality of it; she wants to shift the perspective. “I would encourage everyone to make abortion not even so much illegal, but unthinkable,” King said. Rather, she wants to implement programs to help target and fix the problems that usually would lead one to make the decision to have an abortion.
has alleged that planned parenthood Margaret Sanger was affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan
she has seen footage of her lecturing to the Klan
Offering free vasectomies and birth control is a form of population control in the black community