“America’s Got Talent” host Nick Cannon reminded everyone that he does not think highly of Planned Parenthood, saying it was founded to “exterminate the negro race.”
“I’m pro-Nick because my mother did go to an abortion clinic to abort me,” he said. “I don’t feel like the government should have the right. I don’t feel like any organization that makes money should have the right to tell a woman what she can or cannot do with her body.”
“Margaret Sanger, all the people who follow eugenics. It was all about cleansing. Margaret Sanger said that she wanted to exterminate the negro race, and that she was going to use her organization as she founded to do so.
“Seventy-five percent of them are all in the hood,” Cannon said. “Of course the government has done some very helpful and amazing things, but we can’t just praise them for how wonderful they are and then deny all the negative things they’ve done. We have to hold them accountable for everything.”
This isn’t the first time Cannon has attacked Planned Parenthood. He called it “modern-day eugenics” that engages in “population control” in a Nov. 17 radio interview.
“We have a nice postal service, but you can’t deny all the prisons and the poor public education. It’s the same thing with Planned Parenthood,” Cannon continued Tuesday. “It’s the mindset that black people, lower class people, Latino people, are less than all of the elites … You’ve put us in this area and you surround us by all of this death and then you get mad at us and point fingers at us.”
Cannon — who attended the Republican National Convention — also called President-elect Donald Trump “the lesser of two evils.”
“He’s the American Dream for the lower class individual that maybe didn’t get to where they wanted to get to,” Cannon said. “We knew Hillary Clinton wasn’t popular.”
When asked if he would ever consider running for president, Cannon replied, “Hell no.”
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