Not long ago, Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards tweeted “Black lives matter.” As the President of Planned Parenthood, Ms. Richards heads an organization that was founded by a racist eugenicist named Margaret Sanger. Sanger’s stated intent upon establishing Planned Parenthood’s first abortion clinics in poor, inner city neighborhood’s was the extermination of the black race, to whom she referred as “human weeds.” Since 1973, America’s abortion industry, with Planned Parenthood leading the way, has killed 16 million black children. Every day in America, over 1,400 black children are aborted.
As an epidemic of young black men killing young black men is spreading throughout our nation’s largest cities, Planned Parenthood is killing thousands of unborn black children every week. Black lives don’t matter to Planned Parenthood; neither do white lives or hispanic lives. The only thing that matters to them is how many innocent children, of whatever race, they can kill and how much money they can make doing it. Every minute and a half Planned Parenthood kills another innocent child, and every year, courtesy of the U.S. taxpayers, they are given over $500 million of our hard-earned money.
Planned Parenthood operates as a non-profit, tax-exempt organization while making billions of dollars killing children. A large portion of the income they get from killing children is used to support pro-abortion political candidates who, in turn, push legislation to make it easier to have your unborn child killed. So, the money from unwilling taxpayers like me that is funneled to Planned Parenthood, from Planned Parenthood to their cronies in politics, and from their cronies in politics back to them, is then used by Planned Parenthood so they can kill even more children. The circle of corruption is complete and everyone loses, especially our unborn children.
Every year Planned Parenthood bestows the Margaret Sanger Award upon some liberal sap in a Kabuki Theatre attempt to appear legitimate. The award, in honor of their homicidal founder, is happily received by said liberal sap and everyone in the room smiles and basks in the glow of their collective ignorance and callous disregard for the lives of innocent children. The next morning the killing resumes.
A few years ago Hillary Clinton received the Margaret Sanger Award. During her acceptance speech she gushed that she admired Margaret Sanger’s vision. That tells me all I need to know about her ethics and lack of character. The woman who wants to be the leader of the free world is rabidly pro-abortion and quick to accuse anyone standing up for a child’s right to life of waging a war on women.
Hypocrisy, as I see it, is saying one thing and doing another. It’s portraying yourself as caring and compassionate while supporting a cause that has resulted in 60 million unborn children dying senseless deaths since 1973. Cecile Richards and Hillary Clinton are hypocrites. They represent the smiling faces of pure evil. Both have shown that there is nothing they won’t do for money, and the blood of millions of innocent children is on their hands.
Hypocrisy always results in the undoing of of those who practice it. The universe’s perfect accounting system will eventually catch up with Cecile Richards and Hillary Clinton. The price will be heavy and the debt will be paid. The lives of Cecile Richards and Hillary Clinton are just as priceless as every life taken by the abortion industry they both support. They both have had the chance to change the world for the better. They both have failed miserably.
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The events of the last 24 hours remind me of the following piece I wrote in June of 2015. The lame-stream media is in full on attack mode against Donald Trump for an off-color conversation he had 11 years ago. 7 years ago his opponent was receiving Planned Parenthood’s 2009 Margaret Sanger Award. During her acceptance speech Hillary Clinton said that she admired Margaret Sanger’s vision; that vision being the extermination of the black race. Funny how the media, courtesy of the Clinton campaign, is able to dig up a conversation Donald Trump had in 2005, but nothing about a speech that Hillary gave at Planned Parenthood’s Annual Gala 4 years later.
Hillary Clinton is a vile human being, and nothing her campaign may do to try and portray her opponent as unfit for office can erase the trail of broken lives and death that has followed in the wake of her years on this planet.