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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

BOMBSHELL: Planned Parenthood Workers Rewarded With Pizza Parties for Reaching Abortion Sales Quotas!

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Shocking new investigation regarding what's happening at all Planned Parenthood clinics nation wide. Employees that reached abortion sales quota goals were rewarded with pizza parties and other incentives. 

Planned Parenthood continues to murder hundreds of thousands of babies every year and aggressively tell their workers to push abortions to the vulnerable young women. Planned Parenthood was never defunded after it was revealed that they systematically harvest baby parts and sell them off to the highest bidder.

The video below shows former Planned Parenthood workers explain how the abortion sales quotas.

Former Planned Parenthood center manager Sue Thayer says that if the number of abortions got too low pressure was really put on the workers to get the number back up to an acceptable level.

“It was on this big grid, and if we hit our goal, our line was green. If we were 5 percent under it was yellow, if we were 10 percent under it was red. That’s when we needed to have a corrective action plan – why we didn’t hit the goal, what we’re going to do differently next time,” she said.

“So we were really very goal-oriented. I trained my staff the way that I was trained, which was to really encourage women to choose abortion, to have it at Planned Parenthood, because that counts toward our goal.”

Former Planned Parenthood nurse Marianne Anderson states she often felt like “more of a salesman” than a nurse while working for Planned Parenthood.

“I felt like I was more of a salesman sometimes, to sell abortions,” former Planned Parenthood nurse Marianne Anderson says in the video. “And we were told on a regular basis that, ‘You have a quota to meet to keep this clinic open.’”
“We would try to get the appointment scheduled for the abortion before they left our clinic. We would say things like, ‘your pregnancy test, you visit today is X number of dollars. How much are you gonna be able to pay towards that.’ … If they’d say, ‘I’m not able to pay today,’ then we would say something like,

‘Well, if you can’t pay 10 dollars today, how are you gonna take care of a baby?’
“‘Have you priced diapers? Do you know how much it costs to buy a car seat? Where would you go for help? There’s no place in Storm Lake – or whatever town they were in – you know, where you can get help as a pregnant mom.’” 

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