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Published On: Sat, Jun 11th, 2016

Hillary Clinton says campaign ‘belongs to’ Planned Parenthood staff, donors and abortionists

Hillary Clinton said her historic presidential campaign “belongs to” Planned Parenthood “staff” and abortionists.

“I’m grateful to the entire Planned Parenthood family. You made this campaign your own,” the Democratic presidential nominee said at a speech before the Planned Parenthood Action Fund in Washington, D.C., on Friday.

After specifically referencing the 1,000 volunteers who showed up for a Planned Parenthood training event in Pittsburgh, Clinton continued.

“It belongs to the staff, the donors, and to the providers,” she said.

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

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

Clinton mentioned Dr. Amna Dermish, an abortionist in Texas who was caught on a Center For Medical Progress video laughing as she said that removing a baby’s skull and brain intact is a goal she would “strive for.”

Clinton also singled out Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards, “Cecile really is the definition of grace under pressure,” Clinton said, adding that Richards had proved that “particularly over the last few years.”

She then pledged to march lockstep with the nation’s largest abortion provider.

“I’ve been proud to stand with Planned Parenthood for a long time, and as president, I will always have your back,” Clinton said, repeating a promise she made when she spoke before the group in January – word-for-word.

She blasted “cruel, medically unnecessary waiting periods” and said that abortion-minded women must “walk past angry protesters to” obtain an abortion.

“It is worth saying again: defending women’s health means defending access to abortion – not just in theory, but in reality,” Clinton said, proposing that laws protecting taxpayers from funding abortion-on-demand be repealed – especially since it makes abortion “nearly impossible” for poor women, specifically “women of color.”

“We need to defend Planned Parenthood against partisan attacks,” she said. “If right-wing politicians actually cared as much about protecting women’s health as they say they do, they’d join me in calling for more federal funding for Planned Parenthood.”

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