Former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson turned on her previous employer and became a pro-life activist. According to her first-hand account, no one would support abortion if they only knew what really happens inside the clinic.
“I think that if people really saw abortion for what it is, I think that more people would be against it,” the former director explained on Fox News.
Adding, “I think one of the reasons that abortion continues to escalate in this country, I think one of the reasons that so many people are protesting against the overturning of Roe v. Wade, is because you don’t see the victim of abortion.”
She continued in disgust, “You don’t see this child being dismembered in its mother’s womb. You don’t see the body parts stacked on top of each other. I think if people could actually see the barbarity of abortion if they could see how terrible abortion is, more people would be against it.”
Under liberal pressure to do more to respond to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Biden issued an executive order on Friday designed to ensure access to abortion medication and emergency contraception while preparing for legal fights to come.
Prior to issuing an executive order, Biden repeated an unverified story about a 10-year-old Ohio girl who was reportedly raped and sent out of state for an abortion:
“This isn’t some imagined horror. It’s already happening. Just last week, it was reported that a 10-year-old girl was a rape victim in Ohio — 10 years old — and she was forced to have to travel out of the state, to Indiana, to seek to terminate the
presnency [pregnancy] and maybe save her life. That’s — the last part is my judgment. Ten years old. Ten years old. Raped, six weeks pregnant. Already traumatized. Was forced to travel to another state. Imagine being that little girl. Just — I’m serious — just imagine being that little girl. Ten years old.”
There’s just one problem—No one has been able to verify this story.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to say if Biden had confirmed that local law enforcement was seeking the child’s attacker — and admitted the president had wielded the tale to make a political point.