‘Sifting Through Body Parts of Babies’: 419 Abortion Workers Quit
WASHINGTON – So many workers in the abortion industry are quitting, a group that formed to get them out is stunned at its own success.
Abby Johnson, head of the organization And Then There Were None, is out to end abortions by leaving no one to perform them.
At a recent gathering in which the nation’s capital was flooded with pro-lifers participating in the annual March for Life, Johnson talked of wanting to depopulate the abortion industry after she left her job as a Planned Parenthood manager and became a pro-life advocate.
Expected a Dozen, Got 419
She expected only 10 to 12 workers a year to actually quit.
“Because it is a hard sell,” she said, “trying to convince people who work in the abortion industry to leave and come to the pro-life side.”
Johnson can hardly believe how high the resignation numbers really are.
“We are up to 419 abortion workers who have left the abortion industry and who have come through And Then There Were None,” she told CBN News. “And we also have had seven full-time abortion doctors leave the abortion industry.”
‘Don’t Want to Participate in One More Abortion’
Registered nurse Shelley Guillory of Lafayette, Louisiana admitted she had to fight her own beliefs to assist in the many abortions she aided.
“Internally it was a conflict. And it just began to fester and fester till I just couldn’t be there anymore,” she recounted.
A sudden family tragedy – the death of her 20-year-old son – gave her three months away from the clinic. A pro-life protestor and sidewalk counselor showed her compassion when she returned.
Guillory told CBN News he said, “‘What are you doing back here? We thought you quit.’ And it was like no, my son passed away, so I was out briefly. And he was like, ‘oh, I’m sorry to hear that.’ He said, ‘I wish you wouldn’t have come back.'”
“I remember walking back into the clinic and thinking a little while and saying, ‘I really don’t want to be here and I don’t want to even participate in one more abortion,'” she recalled.
She quit that day. And Then There Were None rushed to her aid.
“They assisted me with finances temporarily until I was able to find another job, and gave me emotional support. Helped me redo resumes,” Guillory explained.
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