CBN recently had an article written by Janet Brown who worked as an administrator at an abortion clinic in the USA. Definitely worth a full read.
One day, we destroyed an aborted fetus when investigators came snooping around. They were trying to determine whether the patient, a young girl, had been raped. But we had no consent form for her. We had to make it look like it never happened. That’s right—to protect our operations, we protected a potential rapist.
Another time, we performed an abortion for a 12-year-old girl who couldn’t look up from the ground or speak above a whisper while her mother came emotionally undone in front of us—and yet we never called the authorities as we were supposed to when confronted with an obvious case of abuse. Both the mother and little girl were later murdered by the mother’s boyfriend. Had we called the police; she’d be alive today.[…]
I walked into the crowded breakroom one day to find the CEO pounding a table and screaming, “Abortion! Say it! Abortion! Say it!” Of course, my fellow employees complied like cultists. This is the same breakroom where we had a voodoo doll bearing the face of someone who would dare to challenge us. Everyone acted like the needles were a joke. I wondered…
As mentioned, there is more to this disturbing story. READ: ‘I Began to Feel Like an Administrator at Auschwitz’: Stunning Revelations from a Planned Parenthood Insider
Along this vein, the Daily Caller provided a transcript of Abby Johnson’s speech at the National Republican Convention. Abby also worked at an abortion clinic:
“My supervisor assigned me a new quota to meet… an abortion quota,” she said. “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,” she continued. “Nothing prepared me for what I saw on the screen. An unborn baby fighting back, desperate to move away from the suction.”
Johnson said that she will “never forget” the doctor joking, “Beam me up, Scotty.”