A person’s work desk can tell you a lot about who they are and what they value.
And the desk of Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards has a lot of pictures of herself.
Vanity Fair published a flattering new piece on the abortion business CEO this week, showing photos of her expensive New York City office and praising her as a “passionate promoter of women’s rights.”
“My desk is a reflection of who I am: my kids, my idols, and my adventures. It includes everything from the blue-footed booby from the Galápagos Islands to my collection of sea glass off an island in Maine, to Ndebele boxes from South Africa,” Richards said.
But Richards, who makes nearly $1 million a year running the largest abortion business in America, also appears to think quite highly of herself by all the photos on her desk. Of course, it’s normal for people to have photos of themselves with friends, family and influential figures on display; and Richards has those. But the Vanity Fair photos also show Richards’ desk has several photos just of herself, as well.
Other items sprawled across her desk include quite a bit of pink swag promoting her abortion chain. One is a tiny model of a bright pink bus that Planned Parenthood used to travel across the country promoting its work killing unborn babies.
Another is a pink button with Planned Parenthood’s logo and the crude phrase, “Don’t f— with us, don’t f— without us.” On another part of her desk is a small red bell with the words “My sex button” painted on it.
Interestingly enough, Richards also has a cross on a shelf near her desk, right next to a pink sticker that says “I stand with Planned Parenthood” and a photo of her with pro-abortion President Barack Obama.
Richards has been a media favorite lately, with women’s magazines and entertainment sites comparing her to superheros and American apple pie. But the “non-profit” CEO’s main focus is promoting the killing of unborn babies.
Planned Parenthood performs more than 300,000 abortions every year, more than any other group in the U.S. The abortion group’s own reports show its focus is not on women’s health care but on abortions. Non-abortion services have been dropping steadily at Planned Parenthood in the past decade, but its abortion numbers remain high.
In March, Richards refused to give up what she claims is just 3 percent of Planned Parenthood’s work: abortion. President Donald Trump offered to support an increase in taxpayer funding to Planned Parenthood if it stopped doing abortions, but Richards’ abortion chain refused.
Richards went so far as to call the offer “obscene and insulting,” making it very clear that abortions – not women’s health care – are Planned Parenthood’s No. 1 priority.