Former Klan Parenthood nurse: ‘It was a money-grubbing, evil, very sad, sad place to work’

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Gee, that’s surprising! Here ESH and everyon else though Klan Parenthood stood for women’s rights, controlling their own body, being open, free and tolerant.

Here they are portray, again, as a “money grubbing, evil, very sad, sad place to work” by a former employee who worked at the largest PP facility in IN for 2 years.

The Roman Catholic former PP worker has opened up to her diocesan newspaper in Indianapolis in a gripping tell-all interview, saying she was shocked at the horrors she witnessed during the two years she worked in Indiana’s largest abortion facility.

Marianne Anderson is a nurse who assisted PP baby-killing abortionists by partially sedating women who paid extra for that luxury. She told The Criterion newspaper that she saw many women pressured into abortions they did not want, including minor girls. And that some of them appeared to be foreign (e.g. one was Korean) sex slaves. The latter got the word to Anderson that the man would hit the other girls that shared her “place of business”. And the PP workers are contsantly under the gun to “sell” abortion, it was “all about the money” and not the ruined lives of these aborting moms.

Anderson concludes:  “The journey to abortion happens long before the girls show up at Planned Parenthood. These young girls who are 13, 14 years old—they’re looking for love and acceptance. By the time they get to Planned Parenthood, they’ve already been through some awful stuff.

“Where do you start educating these girls? High school? Junior high? It’s getting younger and younger.

“There’s something wrong with the family that this is happening, these single parent families, these dads in prison. The journey to prevent this starts way before they get to the door of any abortion center.”

No wonder PP has been called the largest domestic terrorist organization.

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