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Friday
Mar222013

Horace Cooper of Project 21 on “O’Reilly” Tonight

Project 21 co-chairman Horace Cooper is scheduled to be a guest tonight on the Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor.”

Horace will be talking about the ongoing trial of West Philadelphia abortion clinic operator Dr. Kermit Gosnell, whose lawyer is defending him against charges of murdering one woman and six babies by calling him a victim of a racist “prosecutorial lynching.”

Project 21 put out a press release earlier this week on the despicable act of the race card being played in this gruesome case, with Project 21 member Derryck Green saying:

Are there no depths to which those employing the race card won’t sink?  Even when attempting to defend against the brutality of infanticide, race has unfortunately become an issue.  That Dr. Gosnell’s defense attorney would say that the charges against his client are “an elitist, racist prosecution” and that his client is a victim of “a prosecutorial lynching” is worthy of the antics of Johnnie Cochran.

A subsequent article in the Daily Caller about Project 21’s opposition to the use of race in this criminal trial can be found by clicking here.

“The O’Reilly Factor” can be seen on the Fox News Channel at 8:00PM eastern, with replays at 11:00PM eastern and 4:00AM eastern.  Check local listings for the Fox News Channel on cable.  Fox News can be found at channel 360 on DirecTV, channel 205 on Dish and channel 118 on Fios.  It can be listened to on satellite channels 131 on Sirius and 120 on XM.

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