“You know, I was a little disgruntled. I had been told that we were required to double our abortion quota in our clinic. They told us we must sell more abortions, and start doing them through the 6th month of pregnancy. I thought that was absurd, that it was much too late in the pregnancy. Yes, I was very concerned about what was going on.”
Anaheim, CA (ANS) – “Unplanned is a movie I never planned on making,” Abby Johnson, the subject of the story shared.
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I recently caught up with Abby Johnson at the annual National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Anaheim. Quite pregnant with her 8th child and fresh off an airplane, she gratefully sat down to rest.
Q. Abby, your movie is opening this weekend in 1000 theaters across the country. Tell us about your story.
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“I worked for Planned Parenthood, our country’s largest abortion provider, for eight years of my life. I was a clinic director and also named their employee of the year. In October 2009 I left after witnessing an ultrasound-guided abortion procedure where a live 13-week old baby struggled for his life against the abortion instruments. I knew then, right at that time, that abortion was something I could never participate in again. I left Planned Parenthood shortly thereafter.
“Since that time I have been speaking up, trying to expose the abortion industry but also trying to facilitate healing for those who have been wounded by abortion. Over the past nine years, I have talked to thousands of women who have been hurt, either physically or emotionally, by the guilt and shame they live with. Their stories are often dismissed in our society today because everyone wants to make abortion normal. They want to sanitize it, saying it is just a medical procedure. Taking a human being’s life, however,...
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