Planned Parenthood Trains Employees on How to Pressure Women into Getting Abortions to Meet Deadly Quotas

“I felt like a salesman selling abortions,” said a former Planned Parenthood nurse.

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Below is a report by Martin Fox, President National Pro-Life Alliance.  It concerns first hand accounts from former Planned Parenthood staff.

If you thought that Planned Parenthood cared about providing women with a “choice,” think again.

In fact, Planned Parenthood was exposed by an ex-manager, who reported that the abortion giant enforces a monthly abortion quota that each of its mills must meet.

Each so-called “counselor” at Planned Parenthood is required to schedule at least forty abortions a day.

If Planned Parenthood’s abortion mills don’t reach their quota each month, they are forced to make a “corrective action plan” to ensure that their “mistake” doesn’t happen again.

If Planned Parenthood’s mills do reach their quota, they’re rewarded … with a pizza party of all things.

So, Planned Parenthood trains its employees on how to pressure women into getting abortions in order to meet their deadly quota.

If a woman walks into a Planned Parenthood, thinking that they might be willing to give her a simple pregnancy test, the abortion giant’s so-called “counselors” pounce on her.

“I felt like a salesman selling abortions,” said a former Planned Parenthood nurse.

And another former Planned Parenthood worker commented, “The emotional manipulation of others is what got to me the most.”

So it would seem that Planned Parenthood management has no interest in providing women with a “choice.”

After all, they’ve got pizza parties to plan.

Former PP Worker, Now Pro-Life Outreach Coordinator, Shares Her Testimony

Sue Thayer

100 pro-lifers gathered outside the largest Planned Parenthood in the Greater Philadelphia area to hear what happened during her time a manager of Planned Parenthood in Iowa.

She shares firsthand what happens inside of Planned Parenthood facilities across the nation and world. Unlike Abby Johnson, she ran an abortion facility longer than her. What does make them parallel to each other is their correlation with their experiences.

See her video here: Sue Thayer’s Testimony