A Nurse Practitioner named Angie quit her job at Planned Parenthood after she was ripped a new one for not selling an abortion to a woman whose baby had died in utero.
- Angie: “I got her where she needed to be, over to the emergency room.”
- Boss: “No, you did not. Why didn’t you send her to Dallas for an abortion?”
- Angie: “Because she wasn’t here for an abortion, and her baby was dead. So I would’ve sent her to you and you would’ve done an ultrasound and then you would’ve told her.”
- Boss: “No, we wouldn’t have. When we do the ultrasound, all we’re doing is sizing the pregnancy so that we know what kind of abortion to do. They’ve already signed consent for their abortion, so we don’t tell them if their baby is dead or alive or twins or triplets.”
“Planned Parenthood’s bottom line is numbers. And, with abortion as its primary money-maker, that means implementing a quota. I know this is true because I worked at one of their Texas clinics for 8 years, two as the clinic director.” —Abby Johnson, founder of And Then There Were None, a pro-life ministry to aid abortion workers like Angie desiring to leave the business.