Planned Parenthood Celebrates 100 Years with Star-Studded Festivities

"The great unfinished business of the 21st century."

Planned Parenthood enjoyed its first centennial with the likes of Meryl Streep, Tina Fey, Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore, and Chelsea Handler, climaxing with a special award to Hillary Clinton.

Calling the fight to protect Planned Parenthood the "great unfinished business of the 21st century," Hillary decried that the election made this business "more unfinished than we’d hoped."

“As we speak,” Clinton said, “politicians in Washington are still doing everything they can to roll back the rights and progress we’ve fought so hard for over the last century. I mean, could you believe those photos of men around that conference table deciding how to strip away coverage for pregnancy and maternity care?”

Please. The left doesn't care about pregnancy and maternity; they care about the right to kill their unborn on demand, without apology.

Shonda Rhimes, creator of Scandal – the most pro-abortion show on television – was lauded by Meryl Streep and thanked for portraying "strong, empowered women at the center of her stories for a long time."

It should be noted here that Rhimes' show Scandal featured star Kerry Washington's character undergo an abortion as "Silent Night" played on the soundtrack. These are the so-called "empowered" women that Streep wishes to see flourish in today's society. 

“One of these days, Shonda,” she said, “the world may even catch up with you.”

Given that Hillary lost this last election, her wish may not come true. One can hope.