After the insider videos that stung Planned Parenthood in 2015, none of this should surprise us at all. But it’s worth noting nonetheless.
In a recent investigative report, a clinic in the UK was found to be offering bonuses to employees to encourage women to follow through with abortions.
One disgruntled former employee called the clinic a ‘cattle market’.
And we can assure you this isn’t an isolated occurrence.
If anyone’s tempted to think that Planned Parenthood and their fellow abortuary advocates are in the business of “women’s health”, think again.
It’s about one thing and one thing only: the green.
And they’ve demonstrated they’ll say and do just about anything to protect their business model at any cost.
It’s time to defund the industry once and for all.
Here’s more from Redstate…
A top UK abortion clinic at the Maidstone branch of Marie Stopes International was discovered by the British Care Quality Commission watchdog group to be encouraging staffers to make sure women followed through with abortion procedures when they came in by offering bonuses for each abortion performed.
According to The Sun, the investigation took place in July of 2016 but is only now being made public, but the disgusting methods undertaken to push abortions at the clinic had disgruntled former employees referring to the clinic as a “cattle market.”
From The Sun:
Staff told inspectors that their performance was measured against Key Performance Indicators and were concerned that these indicators included ‘Did Not Proceed.’
This meant that if a patient decided not to go through with an abortion, this decision would be linked to the staff member’s performance bonus.
The report states: “They (staff) felt that this encouraged staff to ensure that patients underwent abortions.
“Staff were also concerned that the pressurised environment and linking of KPIs to performance bonuses meant that there was a culture that worked against patient choice.”