On Monday, Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards said that Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch has a "disturbing history on women's issues."
Mind you, Richards is that lady who runs an abortion mill responsible for over 300,000 babies' deaths annually — at least half of whom are female.
Speaking with MSNBC, Richards lamented Gorsuch's strong stance supporting religious liberty, specifically pointing out his position in the Hobby Lobby case.
"I think Justice Gorsuch has a disturbing history on women's issues and access to ... family planning and Planned Parenthood, so I think these hearings are going to be incredibly important to press this," said Richards.
"I think there are some decisions that Judge Gorsuch has already ruled on, and areas on which he has already made his views clear, even on just the question to access to birth control," she continued. "[H]is position on Hobby Lobby, that he believes that actually bosses should be able to decide whether or not women should be able to get birth control coverage."
In siding with Hobby Lobby, Gorsuch "stressed the need to accept these parties’ own conceptions regarding the requirements of their faith, and held (among other things) that they were likely to prevail on claims that the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act substantially burdened their religious exercise in violation of RFRA," as reported by SCOTUS Blog.
Richards went on to claim that birth control is a "fundamental right" in America.
While the abortion mill mouthpiece is claiming the moral high ground over Gorsuch, her lucrative and scandal-ridden nonprofit continues to dismember innocent babies by the hundreds of thousands on a yearly basis.
Watch Richards' remarks, below:
And here's an animated simulation of what sort of evil Richards' company partakes in: