Abortion Quotas at Planned Parenthood - they are a real thing
Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio's East Surgical Center: quotas, no matter what...
You won’t find many people who are truly gung-ho about abortion. Even the most ardent pro-choice voters simply want women to be able to make the decision, but they don’t often cheer when a baby is killed. You would be hard-pressed to find someone who wants to increase the number of aborted children.
Unless, of course, you’re talking about Planned Parenthood. The chilling fact is we have evidence of something alarming happening even within our own community: Planned Parenthood's East Surgical Center has abortion quotas.
We have proof — provided by none other than Planned Parenthood itself.
That’s right. Abortion for Planned Parenthood is not a last resort. This is about killing as many unborn children as possible to make more money; it’s a budget balanced in blood money. An ultrasound alone costs $200 at Planned Parenthood, and abortion costs range between $540 - $1,100, depending on a woman’s stage of pregnancy. We aren't making this up; you can check out their website here, or catch the screen shot here.
We recently learned of a job posting for a Planned Parenthood clinic manager at the east surgical facility in Columbus, Ohio. The responsibilities listed include “accepting individual and joint responsibility for, and lead the surgery center’s efforts to achieve annual surgical visit goals.” Click this link for the job description, or check out a screenshot here and here.
Abortion is the only procedure offered at this Planned Parenthood. In fact, there has long been a sign on the door reminding patients (or customers) that they do not offer any family planning services at the location. The phrase “annual surgical visit goals” is code for annual abortion goals. Planned Parenthood needs women to have abortions to keep the lights on and to continue profiting off from killing unborn children.
Sue Thayer, a former employee of Planned Parenthood explains, “As a Planned Parenthood Center Manager for nearly 18 years, I know that abortion services are their biggest moneymaker and top priority. Each center was given a monthly goal. Failure to meet abortion quotas necessitated a corrective action plan, a reprimand or worse. Reaching the abortion goal was often rewarded with extra PTO, lunch with the CEO or even a pizza party. I'm sad to say it, but free pizza was a huge motivator for staff to sell abortions. Purchasing a few pizzas was a small price to pay in return for a packed schedule on abortion day.”
Of course, Planned Parenthood denies having abortion quotas. See what they have to say on the matter by clicking here. After that, see how Snopes covered the topic by clicking here.
We know Planned Parenthood has been caught in a bevy of falsehoods before. A simple Google search will make that plain. Is this just the location in Columbus? Nope. It’s a widespread issue. Check out this article here from The Washington Times.
How they can possible refute this when it’s literally listed in their own job description?
Remember, this is all about the money. The more babies are killed, the more dollars they earn.
Life Site News recently crunched the numbers and found that over half of Planned Parenthood’s non-government income comes from abortions (52%). Although Planned Parenthood claims that abortion comprises on 3.4% of its services, they upped their abortion quotas by nearly 4% over the past three years. In total, Planned Parenthood’s abortion revenue accounts for about 11%, which is about $200 million.
Let’s face it. Planned Parenthood needs abortion quotas to keep the lights on.
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