Three former Planned Parenthood employees will testify before the Delaware state legislature tomorrow to expose the brutal practices the abortion company employed at the clinic where they worked. The three will testify before a bipartisan state senate hearing.
Nurses Joyce Vasikonis and Jayne Mitchell-Werbrich will recount the “meat-market style assembly-line abortions” which led them to quit their jobs. Former manager Melody Meanor will testify that Planned Parenthood’s negligence expands beyond abortion.
The women will explain how Planned Parenthood of Delaware deceived the public by pretending they were in good standing with the Planned Parenthood Federation (PPFA), though PPFA knew about many of the clinics failures and how the abortion giant failed to inform as many as 200 women of their positive tests for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia and failed to notify 87 women of the results of their colposcopies.
The former Planned Parenthood staffers will talk about how it placed patients in grave danger through poor care by assigning medical responsibilities to employees who had insufficient or no medical credentials and rushed through abortions at a speed that made patient safety unsustainable given the level of staff and medical expertise.
They will talk about how Planned Parenthood denied the drug RhoGAM to low-income, Rh negative women who need it within the first 72 hours after an abortion to protect future pregnancies from greatly increased risk of stillbirth.
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“Planned Parenthood is America’s number one abortion business, which in a single year ended the lives of 333,964 children,” said Susan B. Anthony List president Marjorie Dannenfelser. “The standard bearer in Big Abortion cannot claim Gosnell’s ‘house of horrors’ was isolated while their own employees expose them for ‘ridiculously unsafe’ conditions.”
The head of the pro-life women’s group said, in Delaware, abortion clinics are not subject to routine inspections. Kermit Gosnell, recently convicted of the murder of three newborn infants and the negligent death of one patient, was also employed at Atlantic Women’s Medical Services, a Delaware abortion clinic with offices in Wilmington and Dover, she noted.
Dannenfelser said that, earlier this year, the Delaware State Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline later filed a complaint against their former colleague, abortionist Timothy F. Liveright, calling him a “clear and immediate danger to the public” after he sent five women to the emergency room this year alone.