That would be Cecile Richards, the current head of Planned Parenthood.
The speaker is Fr. John Hollowell. With all the things that cause me worry about the priesthood and its future, people like Fr. Hollowell remind me there is always hope. His video is worth your time; it is only seven minutes long, the remainder is just his website and letting the song play. (The song, BTW is Matt Maher’s “Isaiah 61”, which was also used by the diocese of Indianapolis for its March for Life promo video that I talked about a few years back. I bought it online after hearing it then and play it often.)
And, hey, Cecile? I’m a woman, so here’s my say: he’s absolutely right! When I was struggling with infertility, you weren’t there for me. When I was looking for help with adoption, you weren’t there for me. When my children’s birth mothers were considering adoption, the most you would’ve given them is an adoption agency’s number out of the phone book and a swift shove out the door, and Planned Parenthood manages to do even that little pitifully rarely. You convince nearly every pregnant woman walking through your doors to hand over the money and abort their child.
Your local clinic put up a sign declaring, “Planning for parenthood is sacred work.” Our 40 Days for Life team took one look at it and went out to buy a banner of their own: “Planning to murder children is NOT sacred work.”
You aren’t about planning parenthood, you’re about planning murder. Everything you do works against life and parenthood.