Blacks Zero In On Stealth Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinic in Fayetteville.
Contact: Rev. Dr. Johnny Hunter, DD, National Director. LEARN, Inc., 910-488-9936, firstname.lastname@example.org
FAYETTEVILLE, North Carolina, October 24 /Christian Newswire/ -- Black pro-life activists with graphic signs will be in Fayetteville on tomorrow morning at 10:00 am at 4551 Yadkin Road in Fayetteville, NC, to expose what is believed to be a stealth Planned Parenthood Abortion clinic in the making. Pastor Johnny Hunter says that when he received word that Planned Parenthood was hiding behind the name Tharrington Medical Clinic to renovate the old Pizza Hut building on Yakin road and turn it into an abortion clinic he became angry. "I refuse to sit back and let an organization founded by a racist sneak into our town and set up a shop to murder babies," Hunter says. He remembers that Planned Parenthood built an abortion clinic in Aurora, Illinois, before citizens there like Eric Scheidler, with the Pro-Life Action League knew what was being built.
Pastor Hunter is planning to execute his constitutional rights and let other local businesses know what may be headed their way. He wants them to know that if Planned Parenthood opens an abortion clinic on Yadkin Road, they will have to put up with some very graphic abortion signs if the clinic does abortions. According to Pastor Hunter, "If they can't tolerate seeing a picture of an aborted baby, then they should not tolerate a business that aborts the baby."
Joining Pastor Hunter in the prayer vigil and watch on Saturday morning, October 25 at 10:00 A.M. will be a dozen Christians from Mt. Zion Christian Church in Durham. The Truth Truck will also be in the local area. After the demonstration on Yadkin Road, Pastor Hunter, Pastor Bobby Fulmore and Gwen Shaw a Fayetteville State student, Sylinthia Stewart, a recent Fayetteville State graduate and Donna Turner, Director of the LEARN Research Triangle will hold a press conference at the Market House at 11:00 A.M. and answer questions from the media. The Market House, where goods and slaves were once sold is a focal point in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The irony that Blacks who were once exploited by the slave industry are now being exploited by the abortion industry has not escaped Pastor Hunter and other Black pastors.
Dr. Johnny M. Hunter, DD, National Director
PO Box 9400
Fayetteville, NC 28311