Planned Parenthood CEO Campaigns for Hillary Clinton, Says Pro-Lifers Have “Abandoned Women”

National   Steven Ertelt   Feb 12, 2016   |   5:09PM    Washington, DC

Apparently the phony war on women rhetoric is back. The CEO of the Planned Parenthood abortion company is campaigning for pro-abortion Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

In the process, Cecile Richards made the claim that pro-life Republicans are “abandoning women.”

Richards made the comments in an interview Wednesday with the Reno Gazette-Journal while campaigning for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a Democrat. She visited Fernley, Carson City and Reno, including a rally for Clinton supporters Wednesday night.

“The part that is completely baffling to me in particular in this presidential election is the Republican Party have abandoned women and women’s health and women’s rights,” she said. “Planned Parenthood was started by Republicans all across the country.”

If anyone is abandoning women, it’s Planned Parenthood — as just one abortion clinic in Missouri has injured its 30th woman in a botched abortion in recent years.

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The Coalition for Life is reporting that for the thirtieth time since 2009, an ambulance has again transported a Planned Parenthood patient to a hospital in St. Louis.

A firetruck and an emergence response team were the first to arrive, followed by am ambulance, according to a press statement issued by the Coalition for Life. A woman was loaded into the ambulance while clinic workers held a large tarp to prevent pro-life activists from photographing the incident. The ambulance rushed away with siren blaring.

This emergency comes exactly one month after the last such incident that occurred on December 20, 2015.