Undercover video reveals sadistic work habits of Planned Parenthood abortionist

Today’s sixth undercover video release by the Center for Medical Progress features Holly O’Donnell, an ex-procurement technician for StemExpress who worked at the Fresno and Stockton Planned Parenthood clinics in California. She describes the sadistic work habits of Ronald Berman, Planned Parenthood abortionist:

Some of these women don’t know if they’re going to get an abortion. Some don’t even, they’re not 100% they’re going to get it done. Didn’t know a lot about Dr. Berman just other than he worked for Planned Parenthood. There were actually comments made about he had a reputation for going viciously fast. Like if we didn’t watch him, we would lose our specimens. It was that fast. If there wasn’t a girl in the room, he would get mad. He would pace the hallways if there wasn’t something to do. Like, it’s almost like he wanted to do it. And that, sad, made me really concerned.

And how fast he was going with these women, and I felt bad – like there was a few times to where if he was working and I had a girl who did not want to get it, but she, you know, she felt she had to, I wanted to tell her, “Do not go to this clinic.” When I imagine – cause I’ve seen abortions – I imagine him literally going into the room, lifting the covers, going in, grabbing, and walking out. Like that’s how fast it is. It’s ridiculous.

Despite Planned Parenthood’s repetitive claims that they “care” for women and that “women trust Planned Parenthood,” revelations like O’Donnell’s illustrate what actually goes on behind closed doors.

Screen shot from StemExpress website

Screen shot from StemExpress website

It appears that Berman did not take even a moment to talk to the women on his tables. O’Donnell believes that he did not bother to make sure the woman he was performing an abortion on actually wanted to be there, and that he developed nothing of a caring, doctor-patient relationship. Instead, he paced the halls, angrily awaiting the next baby he could suction or hack to pieces.

If this sounds like the work of a sadist, it’s because that is exactly what performing thousands of abortions can turn a person into. No one can rip preborn children apart day after day and not be affected. As the work of Abby Johnson illustrates, no one is beyond saving or changing, but it is past time for America to find out what really goes on in abortion clinics and how abortionists actually treat women.

A review left on HealthGrades for Ronald Berman, specifically for his work at the Fresno Planned Parenthood, communicates how terrible his treatment of patients is. The woman gave Berman a dismal one star rating, indicating that she would not recommend him to family and friends. Her rating communicates that the office environment, cleanliness, and comfort was despicable, and that her level of trust in Berman’s decisions was almost non-existent.

Additionally, Berman worked both ends in a major conflict of interest that damaged his patients. Not only is he a Planned Parenthood abortionist, but he is also employed by StemExpress as its Medical Director and sits on the StemExpress Advisory Board. CMP’s Fact Sheet on Tissue Procurement Organizations reports:

StemExpress has close ties to Planned Parenthood and
employs Planned Parenthood abortion doctor Ronald Berman as its Medical Director.
You can bet that was never disclosed to the women Berman performed abortions on. The StemExpress webpage listing Berman as a Clinical Advisor has been taken down, but you can see a cached record here.

As the Washington Examiner reports:

O’Donnell also charges that the Planned Parenthood clinic she worked at in Fresno, California had a “morbid” environment. “You could hear screaming, you could hear crying,” she said.

I don’t think we have to wonder why.

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