Planned Parenthood: 1.5 Million Abortions Under Cecile Richards

Opinion   |   Rita Diller   |   Aug 16, 2012   |   12:08PM   |   Washington, DC

As head of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Cecile Richards presided over the grisly death by abortion of 1.5 million tiny, innocent babies from the time she took the helm at Planned Parenthood Federation of America in 2006 through 2010. She tucked an estimated $743 million in blood money into PPFA bank accounts for her efforts.

If you consider that, as of 2010, Planned Parenthood had committed 5.6 million abortions since it first began perpetrating the heinous act in 1970, you will see that in only four years, Richards was ultimately responsible for more than one-fourth of the total surgical and medical abortions committed by Planned Parenthood over a 42-year period. With those kinds of statistics looming over her head, and her continual drive to eliminate pregnancy resource centers, sidewalk counselors, fully informed consent before abortion, and anything else that creates a safety net for abortion-bound women, one can only assume demonic intent.

Now she has vowed to prevent the election of vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan by any means necessary via her Planned Parenthood Action Fund. The message to Ryan on her website states: “We’ll do whatever it takes to keep you from gaining the power to deny women access to care.” It goes on to say, “There is no way, no how we will let someone like you be elected vice president. Not this November. Not ever.”

No surprise there. Why wouldn’t Richards bear her blood-drenched claws and go for the jugular of a man who seems a real threat to the continuation of her seemingly unquenchable quest for taking the lifeblood from innocents in the name of human rights?

The head of the largest abortion chain in the U.S. accuses Ryan of such things as:

1. Being “committed to banning safe and legal abortion, even for women who are the victims of incest and rape.”

2. Cosponsoring “a truly radical bill that would define ‘personhood’ as beginning at conception—which could have outlawed all abortion and even many forms of birth control, including the pill.”

3. Being “determined to shut down Planned Parenthood ‘health centers.’”

Cecile Richards needs our prayers. Her heinous acts cry out to heaven for an army of Christians to stand strong, pray hard, and work harder in opposition to her hellacious efforts to turn our nation on its head, moving it from its long revered status as the land of the free and the home of the brave, into the land of the enslaved and the home of the depraved.



It is time for the killing to stop. It is time for those with deeply held religious beliefs to rise and defend those beliefs. It is time for Cecile Richards and her deadly march against the Church and against life to be stopped. It is time for all who can see and hear to take note of what is happening here, and to make defeating Planned Parenthood our number one priority.

As my father-in-law often said, those who cannot hear must feel. If we do not hear and act on the atrocities all around us today, we will feel the results of our inaction for generations to come—in a most profound and distressing way. Note: Rita Diller is the national director of American Life League’s Stop Planned Parenthood Project.