Planned Parenthood trainers from New York who chant “Abortion all the time!” An abortionist who talks to aborted baby parts, saying things like, “Come on, little arm, I know you’re here! Now you stop hiding from me!”
Daily abortion quotas. Threats of being fired for not answering the phone by the third ring to sell an abortion. A young sex slave brought in by her captor for an abortion. A mother who brought her 16-year-old daughter into Planned Parenthood for an abortion under the pretense of a prenatal visit.
These are the things that a former Planned Parenthood worker’s nightmares are made of. These are things one nurse experienced working for what she describes as “a money-grubbing, evil, very sad, sad place to work.”
Former Planned Parenthood nurse Marianne Anderson is now free from her job at the Planned Parenthood abortion center in Indianapolis, but her stomach still ties in knots every time she drives past the building. She is speaking out about what she experienced in her employment there in an effort to “right a wrong.” She was able to escape the nightmare through the help of And Then There Were None—Abby Johnson’s outreach to abortion workers.
Marianne joins a cadre of former abortion workers who now work tirelessly to expose the evil that is Planned Parenthood. They are among the most valuable pro-life resources. They have lived the nightmare. Their testimony cannot be easily dismissed.
We have heard their stories, we have cried with them, and now we rejoice with them while offering a hand to others who have fallen in with evil incarnate presenting itself as Planned Parenthood.
What brought them to Planned Parenthood is often, as in Marianne’s case, a lack of understanding of the evil that resides there. Not until they are firmly invested and entrapped financially and emotionally, in many cases, do they come to understand how truly devious Planned Parenthood is. In that regard, they are not unlike the great majority of Americans. Those of us who have been fighting this evil for so many years tend to take for granted that everyone else knows what we know.
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Marianne’s story is a reminder that they don’t. Fueled by personal experiences of women who have attempted self-abortion, or just platitudes that make abortion seem necessary, they go with the flow of the culture of death.
Education about what goes on inside Planned Parenthood is vital to stopping the abortion giant. Thank God for former abortion workers like Marianne Anderson and Abby Johnson, who have stepped out of the darkness so that they can shine a spotlight into the abyss of death that is Planned Parenthood’s “happy place.”
LifeNews.com Note: Rita Diller is the national director of American Life League’s Stop Planned Parenthood Project.