Abortion workers share horror stories about ‘demonic’ business of death


Former abortion workers who attended the March for Life in January shared horror stories from inside the abortion industry, including one of a born-alive baby being drowned in a toilet, as well as accounts of the mental health issues workers suffer as a result of partaking in abortion.

Abortion is ‘just a business’

One woman, who said she began working at Planned Parenthood because she felt strongly that abortion was a woman’s right, eventually changed her mind and left the industry. “I realized that that wasn’t it. That abortion was just a business. That abortion was harming women and the babies were being treated like trash,” she said.



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Abortion is ‘demonic’

Another woman said, “Basically, working in the industry you learn a whole lot that you don’t see just being on the outside and once I really understood the agenda and watched what really goes on inside, I just felt ashamed to even be a part of that.”

She added, “I didn’t see a lot of rape in the clinic. I saw a lot of young women coming back over and over again — every two months, every three months like it was birth control.”

“All life matters and that industry — it’s a demonic thing.”

‘I was consumed by evil’

A third woman, who worked for convicted killer Kermit Gosnell, explained, “I saw a lot of horrific things. I participated in a lot of horrific things. And I’ve learned that I became really dark.”

She continued, “Gosnell did a 30-weeker, and that really, that really hurt me. Beautiful boy. He could have made it. He had a chance and it was taken from him. So, I couldn’t take it no more. And I’m sure in the [Gosnell] case, people saw pictures. One of the pictures was the one I submitted because I had to get justice for him. I just realized I didn’t want to live like this and be like this anymore. I was consumed by evil for three years and I felt stuck. I felt I didn’t have a way out until I just cried out to God and I asked Him, ‘I need a way out. I can’t do this anymore.”

She tells those who still work in the abortion industry, “Get out while you can. I don’t want you to end up like me, going through mental situations, mental issues. I had to learn how to sleep in the dark again. When I was sleeping, that same baby that Gosnell took, I was seeing him in my dreams. I had to learn to deal with that.”

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Babies drowned, women dying

Another woman said, “I saw a 26-week baby be born alive inside of our clinic and drowned in a toilet. I’m sorry to be graphic, but I’m being honest. And that’s when my views definitely changed.” She said she had to make the decision to leave the industry based on if she wanted to live or die because, “[I]t became very depressing. I became very suicidal and I started realizing that there is another side of this and I found it.”

Yet another woman spoke about a woman dying from an abortion. “One of our clients passed away at the hospital,” she said. “I believe it was from negligence from the doctor.”

Abortion industry workers often speak of nightmares and breakdowns following their time in the business. Some still struggle decades later.

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