America's abortion queen has finally abdicated her throne at Planned Parenthood so she can spread the abortion gospel with her latest memoir.
“For 12 yrs, Mom has put her heart & soul into running Planned Parenthood,” Richards’ daughter Lily Adams tweeted Monday. “On her last day, it’s impossible to express what this org has meant to her & our family. We can’t wait to continue to support it as a few of the 11 million supporters across the country. #ThankYouCecile”
Across their various Twitter platforms, Planned Parenthood has been thanking Richards for being a “fearless leader” of the abortion movement:
Prior to her exit, Richards most recently spoke at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in Texas where she "urged the pro-abortion medical group to support webcam abortions, a dangerous method in which women abort their unborn babies without ever seeing a doctor in person," according to LifeNews.
As to what she will do with the rest of her God-given life (something she denied to millions of unborn babies), Richards has said nothing one way or the other. For the time being, she will be promoting her memoir, "Make Trouble." Some have even speculated that Cecile Richards might run for office, though no confirmation has been in evidence. LifeNews profiled her tenure with PP:
Richards built quite a reputation for herself during her decade at the largest abortion business in America. Under her leadership, Planned Parenthood aborted approximately 3.5 million unborn babies and reaped in billions in taxpayer dollars.
Since 2006, Richards has drawn in a huge, nearly seven-figure salary leading the “non-profit.” During her tenure, Planned Parenthood saw huge drops in patient numbers and actual health services and scandal after scandal involving aborted baby body parts trafficking, sexual abuse cover-ups, Medicaid fraud and more.
At the same time, the abortion chain reaped in record profits, including billions in taxpayer funding, and maintained a corner on the American abortion market. It ramped up its political advocacy and attacked numerous efforts to protect unborn and born babies from abortion.
"Abortion Barbie" Wendy Davis has been floated as a potential replacement for Richards. Others on the Left feel that PP should hire a black female CEO to silence conservatives from rightly denouncing them as a racist organization.