Comedian-turned-senator Al Franken allegedly groped a sleeping woman and stuck his tongue down her throat without consent. Pretty good bet that Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards will be shouting from the rooftops for his resignation, right?

What planet are you living on!

Not that it should surprise anyone, Cecile Richards, the queen overseeing America's abortion conglomerate, has issued no comment amidst the revelations that the man she once hailed as a "leader of women" did a pretty nasty thing (and snapped a photo of it) while a woman sat sound asleep.

The abortion queen does, however, have plenty to say about the many elephants who will supposedly die thanks to President Trump lifting the ban on importing elephant trophies from overseas. Witness the compassion at work:

Here's what Cecile Richards previously had to say about Al Franken when campaigning for him in Minnesota:

I’m so happy to be in Minnesota today on behalf of Sen. Al Franken today and to make sure he goes back to the United States Senate. Since Al Franken came to Washington, DC, he’s been an extraordinary champion for women and for Planned Parenthood.”

Al Franken is not just a vote for women, he’s a leader for women,

Following his re-election, Richards said in a statement: “Senator Al Franken has been a strong supporter and advocate for women’s health and women’s rights. We look forward to working with him on important issues, such as health care reform and women’s access to reproductive health care.”

As noted by LifeNews, Franken raised more than $81,500 from abortion groups during his campaign, “making him the highest recipient of such cash of any congressional candidate.”

Cecile Richards also said nothing about former President Bill Clinton's allegations of sexual misconduct during the 2016 presidential campaign.