Abby Johnson on Planned Parenthood abortion quotas

In a webcast by And Then There Were None, former Planned parenthood director Abby Johnson talks about Planned Parenthood abortion quotas:

“There’s a quota for everything. So why wouldn’t there be a quota for abortion, right? Because that’s just another service they provide. However, it is their most revenue generating service.”

She goes on to say:

And I can tell you, nobody got in trouble, nobody’s heads rolled if we weren’t meeting our family planning quota. But when we weren’t meeting our abortion clinic quota, that was when, it was like, we’re going to have to start firing people, you guys have got to step it up. And I remember getting into an argument with my boss one time (this is right before I left) because I said, I don’t know how you want me to – what you want me to do? Do you want me to go out on the streets and start asking people if they are pregnant and get them in the door? I mean, there’s only so many people that you can get in the door and talk them into having an abortion. That’s essentially what we were doing. We were salespeople for the abortion industry.

This is not the first time Abby Johnson spoke out about Planned Parenthood abortion quotas. You can read more her

Sarah Terzo “Women pressured to abort at Planned Parenthood to meet abortion “quotaLive Action News December 8, 2017

Planned Parenthood abortion quotas

A baby who could be killed due to the Planned Parenthood abortion quota

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Sarah Terzo is a freelance writer and journalist who works for Live Action. She is a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians and Consistent Life.
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