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Planned Parenthood Pres Scolds White Women at Women’s March • Mirror Daily

(Mirror Daily, United States) – Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards scolded white women at the Women’s March Sunday for failing to do better in supporting their black sisters and “sav[ing] this country from itself.”

 [W]hite women, listen up. We’ve got to do better. …,

Richards told a large audience of women on Sunday.

She underlined that the mission to save America is on all of us, not just black women.

Richards runs an abortion giant which was behind 320,000 abortions in 2017. Ironically, most of abortions were on Hispanic and black babies, but Richards lectured white women for failing to push for more pro-abortion candidates to public office.

White Women Voted for Trump

Richards also praised women of color for beating the odds in Alabama, Virginia, and Wisconsin and electing pro-abortion advocates to office. She called all women including transgender women to join forces and make a change.

Richards might have also been disgruntled that 53 percent of white women cast a vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential elections. what’s more 44 percent of white women with a college degree voted for the Republican candidate.

In the U.S., there have been carried out 59 million abortions since the controversial Roe v. Wade decision in 1973. Of those, 18 million babies were from back families. According to the left-leaning Alan Guttmacher Institute, 30 percent of all U.S. abortions involved African American women, while 25 percent involved Latinas.

Planned Parenthood’s founder Margaret Sanger shared racist and eugenic views even since the creation of the largest abortion chain on the planet. In the city where the PP story started, more black babies are terminated than they are born, according to reports from the New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Planned Parenthood also blasted the U.S. Congress for passing a bill Friday that will force its doctors to give any infant born alive during an abortion emergency medical treatment.
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