Planned Parenthood abortion center that we discovered was breaking the law, now laying off staff

Planned Parenthood Clinic Sign

Remember the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic that was put on probation by the State of Alabama Health Department for numerous legal violations earlier this year? Well, a recent 40 Days for Life report gave us some new information about this abortion center:

The 40 Days for Life outreach in Birmingham, Alabama seems to have had an impact on Planned Parenthood’s bottom line.

Just last week, vigil participants learned that Planned Parenthood had laid off two staffers who often served as client escorts — and the accountant who’d worked there for 17 years. The three employees were given only two days’ notice that their jobs were ending.

“The accountant said that she spoke to our volunteer because we had always been nice to her,” said Judy.

“She asked for our prayers and any help we could give her in obtaining new employment.” And the Birmingham team is doing just that — praying, and circulating the woman’s resume and looking for job leads.

“She seemed a little shaken and nervous losing her job with such short notice,” said Gwen, another prayer volunteer, “but she also said she didn’t really want to work there either.”

“This lesson has taught me that the employees of Planned Parenthood are not the enemy,” said Judy.

“These people are God’s children and deserve our prayers for their conversion to the culture of life.”

Only two days’ notice that their jobs were ending?

This clinic has serious operating problems. This is no surprise considering what our undercover investigators Lila Rose and Jackie Stollar captured there. See video below:

Related links:

FoxNews: Alabama Puts Planned Parenthood Clinic on Probation After Undercover Sting

BigGovernment: In Alabama, Student Journalists Get Planned Parenthood Clinic Put On Probation

Full Report of Planned Parenthood Legal Violations (PDF)

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