What Hillary Left Out Of Her ‘I Love The Children’ Op-Ed

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Rachel Stoltzfoos Staff Reporter
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Hillary Clinton, a vocal supporter of the slaughter of unborn children, said in an op-ed Monday the “true” measure of a society is how it cares for children.

“The true measure of any society is how we take care of our children,” the Democratic presidential nominee wrote in The New York Times, adding that advocating for children and families has been the “cause” of her professional life.

Clinton supports the “right” of a mother to abort her unborn child, and has been lauded by Planned Parenthood as the “strongest” proponent of abortion ever to run for president. As president, she is promising to block any effort to defund Planned Parenthood, and has taken the extreme position of pushing for a repeal of the Hyde amendment so that taxpayer dollars can fund abortions.

“Hillary has always been in Planned Parenthood’s corner,” Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards told a cheering crowd at the Democratic National Convention in July. (RELATED: Abortion Queen Calls Donald Trump’s Pro-Life Stance ‘Disturbing’)

Clinton vowed to create “opportunities” for children in her op-ed, which centers on her plan for the poor and calls for a number of policies such as paid leave for new parents and government-funded preschool.

“As president, I will continue my life’s work focused on creating opportunities for children and fairness for families,” she writes, leaving out any mention of her support for policies that condone the death of thousands of unborn babies each year.

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