Pro-life activist Abby Johnson waged a withering attack Tuesday against abortion supporters who were too quick to abstractify the ghastly process.
Johnson, the founder and leader of the nonprofit ministry And Then There Were None, which encourages former abortion workers to walk away, said that she was recruited into the position directly out of college.
She was reassured that Planned Parenthood’s mission was advancing a noble cause to help people and ultimately to eliminate the need for abortion.
But she soon discovered otherwise.
In 2009, the first year of the Obama presidency, things drastically changed, she said.
After being honored with the Margaret Sanger employee of the year award, named after Planned Parenthood’s racist, eugenicist founder, she was given a quota to double the number of abortions she was expected to sell.
“When I pushed back … I was reprimanded and told abortion is how we make our money,” she revealed, also noting that many of the clinics are “strategically located in minority neighborhoods.”
In one particular instance, Johnson said she witnessed an ultrasound abortion and saw the unborn baby struggling, fighting for its life as the doctor cavalierly joked about sucking its dismembered body parts out with a vacuum by saying “Beam me up, Scotty.”
“The last thing I saw was a spine twirling around in its mother’s womb before succumbing to the force of the suction,” Johnson revealed.
She said abortion supporters remained willfully ignorant of the process. “They can’t even conceive of the barbarity.”
But her firsthand knowledge remained etched in her mind, continuing to haunt her.
“I know what it sounds like,” she said. “I know what abortion smells like. Did you know abortion even had a smell?”
Johnson offered ringing praise for President Donald Trump, however, calling him “the
most pro-life president we have ever had.”
And it appeared her convention appearance might help advance the effort even more. As of late Tuesday, the number of visits to her website appeared to have crashed the site.