Published On: Tue, Apr 10th, 2018

Cecile Richards exiting Planned Parenthood, sounds ‘pro-life’ in new book with ‘Parenting tips’

The president of America’s largest abortion provider, Cecile Richards, is sounding off in a new tone with a new book, “Make Trouble,” and her comments on parenting.

The Dallas Morning News published “10 parenting tips from Cecile Richards, head of Planned Parenthood and mother of 3.”

Planned Parenthood supporters at protest 2011 photo/S. MiRK via wikimedia commons

The list came as an excerpt from Richards’ new book where she sounds incredible of pro-life: “In the end we came to the same conclusion millions of people do: there was never going to be a ‘perfect’ time to have kids, but just like everything else, we’d figure it out.”

Don’t get the wrong idea, this IS CECILE RICHARDS: “Parenting isn’t for everyone, and I will fight to my last breath to protect every person’s right to decide whether to have children. But raising our three kids — Lily, Hannah and Daniel — is, bar none, the absolute best thing I’ve ever done.”

Richards is stepping down from Planned Parenthood in May after 12 years, as media expressed hope she will run for public office.

The echoes of “Make Trouble” are the words of a leftist, stressing “how little impact parenting can have” with a child’s political leanings.

“You can do everything right, provide love and encouragement, and yet still raise a child who becomes a right-wing fanatic just to spite you – every progressive parent’s nightmare,” she warned.

Working for Planned Parenthood “came in handy” for her kids. For example, “by the time they were in high school,” they could “always” find condoms at their apartment.

In the end, she ironically announced, the best thing parents can do is give their kids “basic life skills” for “survival and joy.”

“Most of all, I hope my kids, and all kids, have the confidence and opportunity to follow their own paths in life – to take risks and do what makes them happy,” she concluded.

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