During the Las Vegas celebration of the Women’s March, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards was invited to give a speech — because, of course, she was — to the attendees present, during which she celebrated “women of color” stepping forward and accomplishing so much in politics, then turned around and told white women that they need to step up and do more because “that’s on all of us.”
“All across the country, the Women’s March inspired doctors and teachers and mothers to become activists and organizers and, yes, candidates for office, and from Virginia to Alabama and to last week in Wisconsin, women have beaten the odds to elect our own to office,” said Richards.
“That’s right, women of color, transgender women, rural and urban women, and these victories were led and made possible by women of color, so, white women, listen up, we’ve got to do better, we’ve got to do better. It is not up to women of color to save this country from itself. That’s on all of us,”
“The good news is, the good news is, when we are in full on sisterhood, women are the most powerful political force in America. And when we recognize that no one is free until everyone is free. Right? And that means no matter what country you come from, or who you love, no matter what you look like, no matter what, we are unstoppable.”
"It is not up to women of color to save this country from itself. That's on all of us." Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards urges white women to "do better" in fight for equality at the Women's March rally in Las Vegas https://t.co/eOCFcxt80P pic.twitter.com/TPqajIu8u5
— CNN (@CNN) January 21, 2018
One thing that I find very interesting about the speech is that Cecile Richards is the head of an organization that is responsible for around 7 million deaths since 1978 to now, and a massive chunk of that number is black babies.
In fact, as the group “Protecting Black Life” pointed out, the lion’s share of Planned Parenthood facilities are implanted in or near minority neighborhoods, making those women of color Richards lauded the bulk of their business.
And the numbers get worse from there, as reported by lifeissues.org:
Protecting Black Life evaluated the populations within walking distance (2 mile radius) of each of these 25 abortion mega-centers and found that an alarming 88 percent (22 of 25) target women of color. Disturbingly, 80 percent target Black communities, 56 percent target Hispanic/Latino neighborhoods and 80 percent target one or more colleges. In total, 96 percent (24 of 25) of the mega-centers target women of color, college women, or both.
So here we have the woman in charge of the most powerful abortion provider in the nation, currently taking half a billion of our taxpayer dollars annually, encouraging “women of color” to run for office and change things from the inside while her organization is responsible for the deaths of millions of babies, a good deal of them the color she lauded at the women’s march.
Planned Parenthood’s business model is literally the death of babies within the black and Hispanic communities. In fact, it is known for trying to literally scare black women into having abortions.
If you ask me, I don’t think Planned Parenthood actually cares about the “women of color” currently being elected, seeing as how they sure are doing their level best to kill them off first.