Former Planned Parenthood manager Ramona Trevino recounts her time at the abortion clinic, and she doesn't have anything good to say.
Trevino said that she continued her job there as long as she could, justifying it by the fact that she worked at one of the clinics that did not perform abortions.
However, she couldn't continue her employment there as it became more and more clear that the organization hurt women more than they helped.
I find it alarming that there are so many people, women especially, who try to glorify the organization because they "do so much more than just abortions." That doesn't mean squat if they are still performing the murder of unborn babies!
Trevino sat down for an interview with the Daily Caller News Foundation about her previous employment with Planned Parenthood. “I knew what I was doing was wrong,” she told them, “I was still involved in a demonic organization. There’s no other word you can use for what takes place.”
Pregnant at 16, she dropped out of high school and entered an abusive marriage, which ended in divorce. Wanting to make a difference and to help girls in similarly tough situations, she accepted a job as the manager of a Planned Parenthood facility in Sherman, Texas. Over time, however, Trevino began to grapple with whether she was doing women more harm than good, setting her on a path to seek the truth, no matter where it might lead.
“I was forced and challenged to look at my own beliefs and actions. I couldn’t continue to be indifferent,” Trevino added. “They are being groomed as future abortion patients because Planned Parenthood promotes a promiscuous lifestyle. We’re not discouraging them from having sex at a young age. We have monthly quotas to meet. They’re just numbers.”
Travino told the foundation that she felt troubled by the number of appointments they scheduled with girls as young as 12 for contraception and abortion referrals. She said they also saw a lot of young women who had STDs and multiple sex partners. It became apparent to her that Planned Parenthood was focused on the numbers, not its patients’ well-being.
She also said she witnessed Medicaid fraud – something other former Planned Parenthood employees also have said.
“I started to connect the dots and realize that it all goes together,” Trevino said. She quit her job there in 2011 and began helping with the 40 Days for Life campaign.