After Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber's controversial comments about how a lack of transparency and the stupidity of voters helped pass the health care law made national headlines last month, he has now been exposed as an abortion advocate.

Gruber, the MIT professor who served as a technical consultant to the Obama administration during Obamacare's design, claimed that legal abortion has not only saved the U.S. taxpayer upwards of $14 billion in welfare benefits, but has also managed to lower the country's crime rate, according to a paper he co-authored during Bill Clinton's presidency.

From a social science viewpoint, he goes on record to repeatedly state that abortion is a "social good" because it reduces the number of "marginal children," by which "he means urban poor-those he says can be counted on to commit crimes if they were ever born," according to Breitbart.

Influenced by Gruber's work, other papers such as "The Impact of Legalized Abortion" by Steven Levitt of the University of Chicago went on to make a huge impact. Later on, Levitt's book and ongoing work eventually made the strongest case that abortion legalizations in the 1970s had sparked a dramatic drop in crime two decades later.

"Pro-lifers have always wondered why the black community has not responded more aggressively to the fact that so many abortion clinics are located in poor neighborhoods and why the black abortion rate is so much higher than whites," according to Breitbart.

Abortion is a part of a "black genocide," speculates a documentary called "Maafa 21."

In New York City, abortion rate is twice the national average, with a huge 47 percent being segregated in the largely black borough of The Bronx, according to a group called 41 Percent.

Another organization, called The Radiance Foundation, popularly makes commercials about the unborn child with a special emphasis on the high incidence of black abortion, African-American marketing expert Ryan Scott Bomberger said, whose campaign describes abortion as a "civil wrong" where blacks are "still not free at last."

So, these are the types of organizations Gruber was referring to when he mentioned that abortion of "marginal children" would prove to be a "social good" by likely increasing welfare and decreasing the crime rate.