Cecile Richards Credits Female Success To Planned Parenthood

Hannah Bleau

Are you a successful woman? Well, you didn’t do that on your own. You owe birth control.

That’s right, birth control. Don’t thank the women who fought for equal rights and kicked butt here at home during WWII. Nope. You need to thank birth control, Planned Parenthood and of course, abortion (which liberals view as a form of birth control).

It’s Planned Parenthood’s 100 year anniversary today, and Richards wants to remind you how much you owe to Planned Parenthood and its eugenicist founder, Margaret Sanger. (Not so fun fact! As of 2010, 79 percent of Planned Parenthoods were within walking distances of black and Hispanic neighborhoods. Because of course.)

Flawed? That’s the understatement of the century. If you were “unfit” or “feebleminded,” you didn’t deserve to live, under Sanger’s philosophy.

But never mind that. If you’re a woman, you owe your success to Planned Parenthood, because birth control and abortion! Planned Parenthood made it possible for you to be empowered.

“Planned Parenthood changed everything.” Well, that isn’t a false statement. It took away the concept of accountability and personal responsibility, gave liberals a permanent talking point and removed millions of babies from this earth before they even had the chance to take their first breath.

Planned Parenthood is “100 years strong,” and you owe your success to the organization. Liberals actually believe that.