Abby Johnson spent years working for Planned Parenthood. She was a rising star in their ranks, even being named the 2009 “Employee of the Year” for the entire international organization. She’d become so influential that she had been tapped to lead one of their most important facilities, the abortion mill in Houston, Texas. She loved working for Planned Parenthood… until one momentous event on September 26, 2009.
On that propitious day Abby was asked to assist on an abortion procedure that would be utilizing ultrasound guidance. Abby stood and watched as the baby jumped upon feeling the plastic tube touch his side. She watched as the baby waved its arms and legs in an effort to move away from the instrument it had never seen before in his home. And she watched as the doctor turned the machine on and ripped the obviously distressed child apart.
This was the moment of revelation for Abby, and it was then that she left Planned Parenthood and began working to save as many lives as she could.
Planned Parenthood did not take Abby’s exodus sitting down. They are fully aware that the workers who leave are their greatest threat. Instantly, they took action to silence Abby with a gag order and took her to court. The lawsuit was quickly seen as the sham it was and thrown out of court.
On Thursday night she spoke at the annual Georgia Right to Life Reach Banquet and gave her heart-wrenching testimony and a passionate call to arms for all pro-life advocates.
Listen to her passionate speech and share it with anyone who will listen. We have to tell the world about the horrors of abortion – let us fight to end this holocaust in our time. Don’t let one more baby die without a fight.
(Sorry – the recording is not perfect and there is some “noise” on the recording.)
Some of Abby Johnson’s quotes.
“Thank God for our kind of extremism in the pro-life movement. Amen to saying that all life should be protected no matter how it was conceived.”
“Abortion has been legal for so many years because of one thing: apathy.”
“This isn’t just about abortion. If we don’t respect the vulnerable child in the womb, why would we respect the elderly? Why would we respect the differently abled?”
“Don’t be afraid to be hated. Don’t be afraid to stand against abortion without exception or compromise. God did not give us a spirit of fear.”
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