Despite its status as the nation’s biggest abortion business, Planned Parenthood very rarely talks about abortion — and it almost never talks about the development of unborn children.
The abortion giant essentially admitted long ago that science was not on its side in the abortion debate, since basic biological facts of fetal development and the advent of 3-D and 4-D ultrasounds clearly depict a human being growing and developing in the womb before birth.
Yet, in a new interview with Fusion TV’s America with Jorge Ramos, Richards talked about the question of when life begins. Although science makes it certain that life begins at conception or fertilization, Richards attempts to explain it away by saying it’s just not relevant to abortion.
“For you, when does life start? When does a human being become a human being?” Ramos asked during the interview.
“This is a question that I think will be debated through the centuries,” she said.
“But for you, what’s that point?” Ramos continued.
“It is not something that I feel like is really part of this conversation,” she said. “I think every woman needs to make her own decision.”
“But why would it be so controversial for you to say when you think life starts?” Ramos said.
“I don’t know that it’s controversial. I don’t know that it’s really relevant to the conversation,” the head of the abortion company said, later adding “I’m the mother of three children. For me, life began when I delivered them.”
Richards goes on to say that her own children “‘probably” been “the most important thing in my life ever since.”
“But that was my own personal, that’s my own personal decision,” she said.