Former Planned Parenthood Director Confesses That The Organization Makes No Money "If A Woman Chooses Adoption"

The entire country is discussing abortion and whether women should have access to on-demand abortion. After Roe v. Wade was overturned on Friday, many people have been discussing the role abortion has to play in society.

By Gina Florio1 min read
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There has been a lot of misinformation about abortion, such as trying to convince women that they won't have access to healthcare and life-saving procedures if abortion is outlawed in their state. That's why so many people are speaking up who have worked in healthcare or the abortion industry. Abby Johnson is an anti-abortion activist who used to be a director of a Planned Parenthood location, and she shared some insider information on what the organization actually does in the name of helping women.

Former Planned Parenthood Director Confesses That the Organization Makes No Money "If a Woman Chooses Adoption"

In Daily Wire's documentary Choosing Death: The Legacy of Roe, Abby was interviewed about her work as a Planned Parenthood director. She spoke about how they were incentivized to administer abortions to women rather than actually support them in the journey of pregnancy and motherhood.

"We don't get kickbacks if a woman chooses adoption, so the only way that we can make money on a pregnant woman is to sell her an abortion," Abby explained.

She said Planned Parenthood employees bring a pregnant woman into their facility and "wreck her plan" by telling her that she's not strong enough to be a single mom and that she can't achieve her professional goals without aborting her baby. In other words, they take advantage of a pregnant woman's vulnerability and convince her to give them money to abort her baby.

"That's not strength," Abby said. "That's not giving her resources. That's really the opposite of what feminism is."

Live Action is a non-profit organization that has investigated Planned Parenthood to find that virtually none of the centers actually offer healthcare services, such as physicals, pap smears, etc. Rather, it's their mission to administer as many abortions as possible in order to generate revenue.