The former head of a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic has been interviewed in a new expose’ video giving viewers the real truth about the nation’s biggest abortion business.
The new video testimonial features Ramona Treviño, a former director of the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic based in Sherman Texas. Treviño explains how she often felt helpless by the limited services the Planned Parenthood abortion business offers women who want legitimate health care or prenatal care as opposed to abortions.
“There was no prenatal care, there was nothing we could offer women who were pregnant,” she says.
Moreover, Treviño says the Planned Parenthood abortion business treated women in a very poor manner — doing them more as abortion customers as opposed to patience and needed care and support.
“Planned Parenthood treated women like cattle,” the abortion clinic director explained.
The former Planned Parenthood official says she started working at the abortion company thinking it truly helped women — until she realized otherwise.
““You go in with the perception that Planned Parenthood is there to help women in any situation, not just when they’re wanting an abortion,” Treviño says in the video. “I really went in believing we were just like a gynecologist, then you realize, as time goes by, that you’re not.”
Lila Rose, founder and president of Live Action, commented on the videos, stating, “There is no more room for deception. The record becomes clearer each week that we release a new report: Planned Parenthood’s focus is not women’s health care, but abortion. Planned Parenthood’s business model turns away women seeking options besides abortion and prioritizes the destruction of preborn lives for the sake of profit. Not only have Live Action’s investigative videos proven it, but Planned Parenthood’s own former employees have said so.”
“When lawmakers watch these videos, they should be deeply concerned at the treatment of women at Planned Parenthood. It’s time to redirect Planned Parenthood’s taxpayer funding to more worthy local health clinics that aren’t in the abortion business but that instead provide holistic health care to women,” Rose said.