Did you see Abby Johnson’s Republican National Convention speech?
The former Planned Parenthood clinic director-turned pro-life activist told her incredible conversion story.
Johnson worked for industry for eight years, until she saw an unborn baby fighting for his life in the womb. In her speech, she unmasks Planned Parenthood’s agenda.
“When I was in college, Planned Parenthood approached me at a volunteer fair,” Johnson begins. “They talked about helping women in crisis and their commitment to keep abortion ‘safe, legal and rare.’
“I was convinced to volunteer and later offered a full-time job as a Medical Assistant before my promotion to director of the clinic. I truly believed I was helping women.
“But things changed in 2009.
“In April, I was awarded Planned Parenthood’s Employee of the Year Award and invited to their annual gala where they present the Margaret Sanger Award, named for their founder.
“Margaret Sanger was a racist who believed in eugenics. Her goal when founding Planned Parenthood was to eradicate the minority population.
“Today, almost 80% of Planned Parenthood abortion facilities are strategically placed in minority neighborhoods; and every year Planned Parenthood celebrates their racist roots by presenting the Margaret Sanger award.
“Later, in August, my supervisor assigned me a new quota to meet. An abortion quota. I was expected to sell double the abortions performed the previous year.
“When I pushed back, underscoring Planned Parenthood’s public-facing goal of decreasing abortions, I was reprimanded, and told, ‘Abortion is how we make our money.’
“But the tipping point came a month later, when a physician asked me to assist with an ultrasound-guided abortion.
“Nothing prepared me for what I saw on the screen – an unborn baby fighting back, desperate to move away from the suction. And I’ll never forget what the doctor said next – ‘Beam me up, Scotty.’
“The last thing I saw was a spine twirling around in the mother’s womb before succumbing to the force of the suction.
“On October 6, I left the clinic, looking back only to remember why I now advocate so passionately for life.
“I founded and currently run And Then There Were None, a non-profit organization that’s helped nearly 600 abortion workers transition out of the industry.
“For most people who consider themselves pro-life, abortion is abstract. They can’t even conceive of the barbarity.
“They don’t know about the Products of Conception Room in abortion clinics, where infant corpses are pieced back together to ensure nothing remains in the mothers’ wombs; or that we joked and called it the “Pieces of Children” room.
“You see, for me, abortion is real.
“I know what it sounds like. I know what it smells like. Did you know abortion even had a smell? I’ve been the perpetrator–to these babies–to these women.”