A former Planned Parenthood manager called the abortion organization “demonic” in a Wednesday interview, explaining why she left the abortion business.
“I knew what I was doing was wrong,” Former Planned Parenthood Manager Ramona Trevino told TheDCNF in an exclusive interview. Trevino worked as the manager of a Planned Parenthood abortion-referral facility in Sherman, Texas, for three years before leaving in 2011.
“I am involved and it took a few years after working at Planned Parenthood to recognize my part in abortion even through referrals. I was still involved in a demonic organization,” she said. “There’s no other word you can use for what takes place.”
Trevino justified working at the Planned Parenthood because it was a non-abortion facility, realizing only after an extended period of time that she was still culpable for what goes on at other facilities. “They are being groomed as future abortion patients because Planned Parenthood promotes a promiscuous lifestyle,” she said. “We’re not discouraging them from having sex at a young age. We have monthly quotas to meet. They’re just numbers,” she said.
“I was forced and challenged to look at my own beliefs and actions. I couldn’t continue to be indifferent,” she said. She also explained that she was shocked with the amount of medication fraud that went on, as well as the number of 12, 13, and 14-year-olds who came into the clinic for contraception or abortion referrals.
She added that she was amazed at the number of young women who came to the clinic with multiple sex partners and STDs. “I started to connect the dots and realize that it all goes together,” she said. (RELATED: Attorneys Use Former Abortion Doctor’s ‘Brutal’ Abortion Stories To Plead Their Case).
Getting Planned Parenthood employees to stop their life-ending work is tough she explained, because there are two types of people who usually work at the abortion organization. “There are those who feel very strongly about the work they do and are angry with you for coming over to the other side, and those who are struggling with what they do but don’t know how to get out,” Trevino said. “Using reason and logic even if it’s not from a spiritual standpoint,” is the best way to get though to Planned Parenthood employees she said.
“It’s really just about using a logical perspective and asking what this organization is about,” she said. “Really just look at the truth and ask if you want to be involved in illegal practices like baby body parts,” she continued. (RELATED: AG Sessions: Planned Parenthood Could Be Charged With Crimes For Selling Fetal Body Parts).
Despite being a Christian, “I knew I wasn’t practicing my faith,” Trevino said. “There’s real love on the other side,” she finished.
Via Daily Caller