Live Action President Lila Rose interviewed former Iowa Planned Parenthood manager Sue Thayer who admitted that "every center had a goal for how many abortions were done".
Although Thayer's clinic did not do abortions, she explained that she trained her staff the same way in which she was trained - "to encourage women to choose abortion" and to have their abortions done at Planned Parenthood so that it counts toward the clinics' goal.
We can not shut down Planned Parenthood.
In the third video, a former center manager and a former nurse described how their clinics set monthly quotas for the number of abortions to be performed - or if they did not offer abortions, the number of abortion referrals to be done.
In a press release, Rose exposed the hypocrisy of Planned Parenthood's "quotas" and called for redirecting taxpayer-dollars from the organization to " local health clinics that actually provide real care to women.
They would offer employees incentives such as pizza parties or extra paid time off for meeting these quotas. Wearing t-shirts that spelled out "We are watching", they sat in the first row of the gallery to ensure they were seen and legislators knew they were watching as they voted to defund Planned Parenthood and made it that much harder for women to access the full range of health care services they need.
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The video, titled "Courses for Destroying The Cross", was first released in 2007 and has widely circulated ever since. Most of it will end up classified and will not be released, he said.
Thayer was dismissed from her job with Planned Parenthood of the Heartland in 2008, and is a plaintiff in a lawsuit against the affiliate.
Planned Parenthood is not a women's health organization, but an abortion provider.
"'There's no place in Storm Lake, or whatever town they were in, you know, where you can get help as a pregnant mom".
"And you it sounds kinda insane, but pizza is a motivator". So really, don't you think your smartest choice is termination?' This sales pitch takes a woman at her most vulnerable and heaps the weight of the world on her shoulders ... simply to meet a sales goal. "We're seeing this because the vocal minority and the extremist lawmakers continue to attempt to shame and stigmatize patients who are exercising their safe and legal right to a constitutional abortion".
Abby Johnson, who worked for eight years at a clinic in Texas before leaving Planned Parenthood in 2009, told The Christian Post last year that Planned Parenthood even fired employees if clinics could not meet abortion quotas.
"The Prenatal Care Deception" shows Planned Parenthoods nationwide denying women prenatal care because they "specialize" in abortions.
By turning away pregnant women for prenatal care, it's obvious Planned Parenthood has one priority - and supports only one option - for most women: abortion.