By Jim Sedlak
Back in 1955 there was a movie entitled Bad Day at Black Rock that starred Spencer Tracy and a number of other well-known actors. The movie was about people who had committed crimes in the past that were uncovered by a new man in town who relentlessly pursued the truth. At the end of the day, he brought the wrong-doers to justice.
It was that movie that came to mind as the election returns were reported last Tuesday night, November 8. When it became clear that Donald Trump was going to emerge as the winner of the election, my joy at the thought that Planned Parenthood would finally be held accountable for its bullying tactics and reign of terror grew.
It appears that Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, had similar thoughts from her perspective. She described her feelings the next morning in an e-mail to Planned Parenthood supporters. The words she used were telling: “Devastated. Angry. Heartbroken. Outraged. Shocked. Sad. Disgusted. Ashamed. Discouraged. Exhausted. Shattered.”
Remember that Planned Parenthood spent millions upon millions of dollars to get Hillary Clinton elected—and she just lost.