Former clinic managers for Planned Parenthood say the organization is less interested in providing quality health care for women than in performing as many abortions as possible.
In a video released by Live Action last week, former clinic manager Ramona Treviño compares the relationship between Planned Parenthood and women to that between a rancher and cattle.
“For me, it was a struggle, because I felt like Planned Parenthood treated women like cattle,” Ms. Treviño says in the three-minute video.
That sentiment is echoed by former clinic manager Sue Thayer, who recalls receiving instructions from Planned Parenthood to get patients in and out as quickly as possible.
“They kept pushing harder and harder and harder to see more and more clients,” Ms. Thayer says in the video. “I remember when it went to four an hour, everybody was like, ‘How are we supposed to see four an hour?’ And then it was five an hour. And it got so, when your clinician was there, it was this insane, crazy, chaotic time.”