The photo above was taken by a former Planned Parenthood employee, who forwarded it to former Planned Parenthood clinic manager Abby Johnson, a converted pro-life activist. Abby explained what the award meant:
Ever since I left Planned Parenthood, I have been talking about the abortion quotas that are established inside abortion facilities. Many abortion supporters refused to believe it, citing that surely Planned Parenthood wants abortion to be safe, legal and RARE. If they want something to be RARE, they certainly wouldn’t have quotas, right?
We recently had a clinic worker leave the affiliate, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains. This affiliate runs the 2nd largest Planned Parenthood facility in the U.S. At this clinic in Denver, they give out various awards to their satellite clinics and post these awards on a bulletin board for everyone to see.
When our former worker saw this award on public display, it really started to change her thinking about Planned Parenthood’s motivation. This award was given to their Aurora clinic for “exceeding abortion visits first half of fiscal year 2012 compared to first half of fiscal year 2013.”
This means that the Aurora Planned Parenthood exceeded the abortion quota that was imposed on them. And THAT is award worthy according to Planned Parenthood.
Planned Parenthood’s abortion coaches
Obviously, a quota wouldn’t be placed on abortion sales unless abortions were lucrative for Planned Parenthood.
Also obviously, Planned Parenthood “counselors” are not unbiased. They are actually abortion coaches. There is both a negative and positive incentive for increasing the number of babies murdered.
And whereas the abortion industry accuses pro-life counselors at pregnancy care centers of being biased, at least our side doesn’t profit from decisions made.
In fact, whenever a mother decides against abortion at a pro-life pregnancy care center, that center stands to lose financially due to resources it may be called upon to provide that mother, her baby, and her family.
Employees: Protect self, snap photos
I appreciate the former Planned Parenthood worker who had the wherewithal to snap this photo. I would encourage all abortion clinic personnel to take photos when visuals arouse concerns, suspicions, or negative feelings. The employees may never do anything with those photos, but they will have evidence in case it’s ever needed.
I know what I’m talking about. I took photos at Christ Hospital. It wasn’t as easy then. I had to carry around a disposable camera. Today almost everyone has a camera in their cell phone.
I took photos both as evidence for a day that might come when Christ Hospital called me a liar and also in case my memory started to fade and I started questioning myself.