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From Planned Parenthood to Pro-Life: Clinic director quits and tells her story in a book

2016-05-01

Abby Johnson dedicated almost a decade of her life to working for a Planned Parenthood clinic in Texas. She quickly attained much success in her career by getting numerous 'employee of the year' awards and eventually becoming a clinic director.
 
ABBY JOHNSON
Author, The Walls are Talking
"The affiliate that I worked for was building one of the largest abortion facilities in the western hemisphere and that was concerning for me. Simply because of the volume of abortions that we were predicted to perform. We had the capacity to performs 75 abortions, six days a week.”

Yet, in 2009, something changed for her when she was asked to assist with an ultrasound-guided abortion. She witnessed a 13-week baby fighting and struggling for his life. The matter in which he was inhumanly "extracted” from his mother's womb left a lasting impression. 

ABBY JOHNSON
Author, The Walls are Talking
"I think the biggest misconception of Planned Parenthood is that abortion accounts for a very small percentage of what they do. They always quote the number 3% and we know that Planned Parenthood performs approximately 335,000 abortions every year. That is certainly not 3%.”

Abby quickly found herself on the other end of the spectrum, after witnessing the realities of her situation. In fact, Abby has written a book that chronicles her experiences while working there with other abortion clinic workers. It's titled "The Walls Are Talking.”

ABBY JOHNSON
Author, The Walls are Talking
"I didn't get involved in Planned Parenthood because I wanted to sell abortion or because I wanted to push abortion on women. I got involved with Planned Parenthood because I believed that we were trying to reduce the abortion number and prevent abortion.”

Today, she shares her message on a worldwide stage. She is inspired to educate the public on pro-life issues. She is the founder of And Then There Were None, a ministry designed to assist abortion clinic workers out of the industry. 


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