The racist, eugenicist, anti-life founder of Planned Parenthood was also a rabid anti-Catholic, making outrageous statements against the Church, including that Catholics have "outbred the Protestants" and that they "have control."Share
"Well, if you read their papers where they point out Boston, that that's what has happened in Boston and Massachusetts," Margaret Sanger told reporter Mike Wallace in a September 21, 1957 interview. "They have simply outbred the Protestants, and they're in Boston and Massachusetts, they have control. I read that in their own papers."
The quote comes from a video that was part of a pair of September 8 reports from CNSNews.com on the decades-long history of expressed loathing for the Church from the woman behind the abortion chain currently at the center of a grisly baby body part trafficking scandal. Sanger, who lived from 1879 to 1966, often berated the Catholic Church in her writing and speeches, labeling it among the "arch-enemies to hinder the progress of enlightenment," determined to destroy America's "liberties" and establish its own "rules & dominion."
In 1960, when then Senator John F. Kennedy was close to being named the Democrat Party's nominee to run for president, Sanger said she would leave the country if Kennedy won, because he was Catholic. (Read more.)