The Beginning of the End of the Abortion Industry

by Steve Ray on October 25, 2012

The Beginning of the End of the Abortion Industry?

Over the past five years, growing numbers of US abortion workers have left the industry.

 By Tim Drake 

For former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson, the turning point came when she was asked to assist with an ultrasound-guided abortion.

“Abortions are typically performed blind,” explained Johnson, who served as health director for Planned Parenthood in College Station, Texas. “The doctor takes the suction instrument and probes until he thinks he’s gotten everything.”

 On this particular day in the fall of 2009, “the visiting physician wanted to use an ultrasound as a teaching tool to show us what an abortion looked like,” recalled Johnson. “I was excited about the prospect of learning something new. My job, during the procedure, was to hold the ultrasound probe on the patient’s abdomen.”

 What Johnson saw on-screen would forever change her life.

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Rachel October 27, 2012 at 5:55 PM

It deeply saddens me to hear about all this “woman rights” stuff. What about the baby’s rights? I always want to cry when i think about their poor little bodies and faces. It’s so heart breaking. I can’t believe the world believes it’s okay to murder an innocent life. I really hope this “devils era”(as my mom calls it) ends soon; nevertheless, thank you Steve! Your article made me proud to be fasting for the 40 days of life!

-Sincerely Rachel

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