A group of pro-abortionists endorsed long-time Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards’s book, “Make Trouble,” writing glowing recounts of her work set to be released on April 3.
“With humor heart and hope, Cecile Richards offers practical advice and inspirations for aspiring leaders everywhere,” former-presidential-candidate Hillary Clinton wrote. Clinton also applauded what she described as an outpouring of American activism and credited Richards with propelling said force.
California, Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris described the book as a “must-read for anyone hoping to make a difference and trying to figure out where to start.” Following the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Harris called for an end to the “slaughter” of babies,” tweeting gun control “cannot be a political issue” because “our babies are being slaughtered.” Just a few weeks earlier, however, the pro-choice senator called the 20-week abortion ban “a constitutional right” and posited everyone should be shouting about it. (RELATED: Pro-Abortion Senator Horrified About ‘Slaughter Of Babies’).
Cecile Richards is “the fiery feminist icon to whom we are indebted — is now also the relatable warrior we adore,” activist and New York Times-bestseller “Love Warrior” author Glennon Doyle wrote.
Christian abortion doctor Willie Parker calls the book “a how-to manual for effecting change.” Parker recently published a memoir, “Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice,” in which he wrote, “I believe that as an abortion provider, I am doing God’s work.” (RELATED: These Abortionists Claim Christian Faith Inspires Them To Kill Unborn Babies).
“Cecile Richards is whip smart, clear-eyed, quick-witted, level-headed and lionhearted,” author Ann Patchett wrote. “The book, like it’s author, is a powerhouse,” she added.
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