In 2009, after eight years of working for Planned Parenthood, Abby Johnson abandoned the abortion industry when she noticed some unsettling aspects about her job.
Johnson, who has since established the pro-life ministry “And Then There Were None,” is now revealing some troubling facts about her former employer. In a recent July blog entry, Johnson discussed the enforced abortion quota established within abortion clinics, revealing a photo of a certificate awarded to Planned Parenthood when they exceeded the quota.
According to TheBlaze, the award was brought to Johnson’s attention by a clinic worker who recently left her job at the Rocky Mountains Planned Parenthood, located in Denver. The branch is apparently the second largest clinic in the U.S., and they reportedly entice their facilities with awards that are then displayed on a bulletin board.
The certificate states that it is awarded to Aurora “for exceeding abortion visits first half of fiscal year 2012 compared to first half of fiscal year 2013.”
Many abortion supporters refused to believe it, citing that surely Planned Parenthood wants abortion to be safe, legal and RARE. If they want something to be RARE, they certainly wouldn’t have quotas, right?
We recently had a clinic worker leave the affiliate, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains. This affiliate runs the 2nd largest Planned Parenthood facility in the U.S. At this clinic in Denver, they give out various awards to their satellite clinics and post these awards on a bulletin board for everyone to see.
When our former worker saw this award on public display, it really started to change her thinking about Planned Parenthood’s motivation. This award was given to their Aurora clinic for “exceeding abortion visits first half of fiscal year 2012 compared to first half of fiscal year 2013.”
This means that the Aurora Planned Parenthood exceeded the abortion quota that was imposed on them. And THAT is award worthy according to Planned Parenthood.
Johnson says that after beginning her employment in 2001, she eventually progressed to the Health Center Director position, where she eventually began to see the warning signs.
Johnson’s desire is to reveal the truth of Planned Parenthood’s agenda. Her ministry’s goal is to “provide financial, emotional, spiritual, and legal support to anyone wishing to leave the abortion industry.” Understanding the struggle for finances as well as the fear of acceptance once someone leaves their job as a clinic worker, the ministry was launched to be a source of aid and support to those women.
To find out more about “And Then We Were None,” check out their website.
This post originally appeared on Western Journalism – Informing And Equipping Americans Who Love Freedom