- The Washington Times - Wednesday, April 12, 2017


Hillary Clinton may have lost her shot at wearing the White House presidential hat. But she’s picked up a new title just the same.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, taken with Clinton’s non-stop, unwavering all courts press for abortion and birth control rights for women ‘round the world, has decided to bestow the “Champion of the Century” crown upon the former first lady’s head.

Quite an honor — the century thing, that is. Truly, when one thinks of all the rabid pro-abortion people this nation has seen in the last 100 years, the fact that Clinton, in the eyes of Planned Parenthood, stands both above and beyond is a truly remarkable accomplishment.

Just think of her competition.

There’s Kermit Gosnell, for example, a former abortion provider so intent on upholding the rights of women he was convicted — wrongfully, in his eyes — of murder after several infants he was trying to abort actually emerged alive, but were then left to die. Gosnell’s clinic, reportedly decorated with jars of babies’ feet displayed by blood-stained medical equipment, helped earn him his own special dub — overseer of the “House of Horrors.”

Maybe that’s why Planned Parenthood overlooked him for this special 100-year award — because he already had a title to call his own?

Who knows. It’s a clue.

But let’s not forget looking at the ranks of Planned Parenthood’s own administrators and doctors, however. It’s rife with potential award winners.

Remember the whole baby parts selling scandal that rocked the organization? Congress was called to investigate. And no wonder. Quite an operation the group had going there — allegedly, of course. Here are some of the statements made by Planned Parenthood’s staffers, as lifted from conversations captured by undercover Center for Medical Progress operatives.

“She gave me the scissors and told me that I had to cut down the middle of the [baby’s] face,” one voice on the video, apparently from a former Planned Parenthood staffer, said, National Review reported.

Another, explaining how best to abort a baby without destroying parts for potential sales: “So then you’re just kind of cognizant of where you put your graspers, you try to intentionally go above and below the thorax so that, you know, we’ve been very good at getting heart, lung, liver, because we know that, so I’m not gonna crush that part. … I’m gonna see if I can get it all intact.”

Here’s another award contender, again from National Review, citing the videos: “The money [from body parts] is not important. But it has to be big enough that it makes it worthwhile for me … I want a Lamborghini.”

The common denominator of these people?

Well, they were all affiliated with Planned Parenthood — they were all working on behalf of women’s rights.

Clinton’s competition, so to speak.

But perhaps Planned Parenthood couldn’t turn inward to award the “Champion of the Century.” There are probably rules against that — conflict of interest rules and so forth.

So Hillary it is.

She’s due to receive the award in New York City on May 2 at what’s being described as a “once-in-a-lifetime gala, 100 years strong,” Breitbart noted.

You go, girl. Grab that pro-abortion trophy and run.

“I know that for a century Planned Parenthood has worked to make sure that women, men, young people who count on you can lead their best lives healthy, safe and free to follow their dreams,” she said, to the group, before adding: “I will always have your back.”

Friends for life.

Clinton: she may have lost the White House. But she’s queen of birth control. Leader of the abortion-rights movement. A true and unparalleled “Champion of the Century.”

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