Dr. Alveda King, the niece of Marthin Luther King Jr. and the daughter of civil rights leader A.D. King (MLK’s brother) appeared on FOX News on Monday, where she discussed her uncle’s legendary civil rights work.
Additionally, she claimed that King would have adamantly defended life from “conception until natural death,” as she delved into the notion that he would have championed pro-life values.
In describing her uncle and the titles that many attempt to attach to him, she said:
“It’s not so much about labels — liberal, conservative and all of that. But he was someone who lived and gave his life to help all humanity. And so that definitely would include conception until natural death. And he would want everyone to be able to live — to have food — to have somewhere to sleep and to have a job. You know, all of those things are very important. But, he would really support the best quality of life and that is conception to natural death.”
She went on to claim that “a woman has a right to choose what she does with her body,” but she claimed that “the baby is not her body.”
“How can the dream survive if we murder our children?,” she asked.
Watch King describe her uncle’s beliefs, below: