Planned Parenthood Closes Down Abortion Clinic Abby Johnson Managed

National   Steven Ertelt   Jul 18, 2013   |   2:58PM    Washington, DC

The Planned Parenthood abortion business announced today that it is closing three of its facilities following Gov. Rick Perry’s signature on a bill to ban late-term abortions and hold abortion clinics accountable to higher safety standards.

Apparently the abortion clinic Abby Johnson once managed can’t meet those standards expected of legitimate medical centers, and it is closing.

Johnson shared the good news on Twitter this afternoon, and the abortion center in question will close in August:

 

  When Abby Johnson quit her job as the director of a large Planned Parenthood abortion business in Texas, it sent shockwaves throughout the abortion industry. Johnson’s decision to become pro-life and to share insider secrets about the nation’s biggest abortion business was so monumental that Planned parenthood filed legal papers in court to stop her from sharing what she knew. Johnson won that battle and went on to write best-selling book exposing the abortion giant. CLICK LIKE IF YOU’RE PRO-LIFE!

 

Johnson continues to help the pro-life cause by supporting legislation, assisting with efforts to close down abortion clinics or stop others from opening and she works daily to help men and women in the abortion industry to quit their jobs and find life-affirming careers.

Earlier this month, Johnson revealed some excellent news showing that pro-life laws truly do make a difference in saving lives. The Bryan-College Station Planned Parenthood abortion clinic where she was the director has stopped doing surgical abortions.

Abby recently gave birth to a baby boy named Luke.