In new videos from Live Action, former Planned Parenthood employees reveal they treated women like livestock to fulfill corporate quotas.
Former Planned Parenthood manager Ramona Treviño said girls seeking contraceptives were deliberately rushed through their visits and not given proper instructions. Because oral contraceptives become less effective when they’re not taken properly, a woman can easily become pregnant thinking she’s protected from pregnancy, then seek an abortion.
Sue Thayer, a former Planned Parenthood manager, said during her time at the abortion giant they were required to see more and more patients in a decreasing amount of time.
“Women were just herded through there, really,” she said. “It is definitely not some place I would want to see my daughters to go. I wouldn’t want them to have care like that. I mean, Planned Parenthood’s motto is: ‘Care, no matter what.’ I don’t think that’s care. That’s not health care.”
In another video, Treviño revealed that the nation’s largest abortion provider couldn’t help pregnant women who sought prenatal care. Thayer said women with a lump in their breast or an abnormal pap smear had to be referred to a doctor for treatment, because Planned Parenthood didn’t offer those services.
“I really went in believing ‘We’re just like a gynecologist.'” Treviño said. “Then you realize as time goes by, you’re not.”
The nation’s largest abortion provider is currently embroiled in a battle to continue receiving taxpayer funding. Last year, Planned Parenthood received more than $540 million in tax dollars and ended the lives of more than 330,000 babies in the womb. This week Congress is expected to vote on a filibuster-proof resolution to allow state governments to defund the abortion provider at the state level.