You Just Can’t Make This Up: Planned Parenthood CEO Says We Believe Every Person Has a Right to Live

Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards sent out a memo today to supporters condemning the Trump administration’s decision to end DACA.

Cecile Richards says Planned Parenthood believes every person has the right to live.

This was an odd statement considering in 2015–16 the group carried out more than 328,000 abortions.

Life News reported:

Cecile Richards is upset that Trump ended DACA because the Planned Parenthood abortion business will get fewer customers as a result. She says she is “heartbroken” by the decision.

As everyone knows, the Planned Parenthood abortion company has a long history of preying on minorities to sell abortions. It has frequently located its abortion centers in historically minority neighborhoods in order to prey on Black and Hispanic women.

In an email sent to the abortion company’s supporters today, Richards indicated she is very upset that Trump for ending the DACA. The email makes it very clear that Planned Parenthood hopes to continue it’s attempt to keep Black and Hispanic women in its corner so it can sell them abortions down the road…

…Richards, as she is prone to do, offers one of her incredibly ironic statements. It appears she really never fully understands the words she is uttering in light ofher role presiding over the biggest abortion business in the world.

Here at Planned Parenthood, we firmly believe that every person has the right to live, work, and raise a family freely and without the threat of deportation or separation,” she says.

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