Planned Parenthood will bestow one of their "great honors" on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by giving her their “Champion of the Century” award. PP will be celebrating its 100th birthday next month, even though they've deprived countless thousands of babies from ever seeing even one birthday. Nevertheless, they'll have a ghoulish gala in New York City at which they'll give Clinton the award “for her 40 years of service to women and girls in this country.”
This is not the first award that Planned Parenthood has given the former First Lady and failed Democratic nominee for President. In 2009, PP gave her the Margaret Sanger Award, named after its eugenicist founder.
"I admire Margaret Sanger enormously, her courage, her tenacity, her vision,” Hillary said when accepting the award. “I am really in awe of her, there are a lot of lessons we can learn from her life." What lessons? Sanger was a notorious racist who even spoke to the KKK in May 1926. Paul Kengor wrote that her speech in New Jersey to the KKK should be a red flag to liberals eager to praise her:
That alone would place any conservative or Republican directly in liberal hell, with no chance for redemption. But a progressive icon like Margaret Sanger? Hey, no problem: Launching Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion provider, is apparently suitable penance in the liberal church.... Sanger was a passionate racial-eugenicist with a crowning vision for what she openly called “race improvement.” The Planned Parenthood founder lamented America’s “race of degenerates.” The nation’s landscape needed to be purged of its “human weeds” and “the dead weight of human waste.” This included the “feeble-minded,” the “insane,” and the just plain “idiots.”
Wow. How fitting that, in a day and age when universities are purging themselves of all evidence of historic racism, Planned Parenthood is doubling down on their connection to this grisly founder. Kengor continues:
Sanger shared the disparaging view of humanity held by another progressive icon, Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, who declared that “Three generations of imbeciles are enough.” Like Holmes, and, for that matter, like Adolf Hitler—who was an obviously more aggressive racial-eugenicist—Sanger hoped to finesse and refine the “gene pool.” She would do so not with gas chambers and concentration camps but with birth-control pills, eliminating human life before conception rather than after birth. Thus, her Planned Parenthood, which was originally called the American Birth Control League.
In addition to the Sanger Award and the “Champion of the Century” award, Planned Parenthood endorsed Hillary and spent over $30 million to help her presidential campaign. If I were the head of Planned Parenthood, I might be asking for a refund instead of giving her more praise.
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