A couple of former Planned Parenthood managers are criticizing the quality of care the organization provides its patients.
Many who represent and support the abortion giant have repeatedly stated that without its services, poor women would have nowhere to go for quality health care.
Ramona Trevino, a former manager of a Texas Planned Parenthood facility, became disenchanted and left the organization.
She said in a Live Action video that the amount of time spent with patients was drastically reduced. The result was demonstrated especially among girls who were not appropriately instructed on the use of birth control pills.
"If they're not taken properly then the effectiveness of those oral contraceptions go down," she explains. "And if that happens, then of course naturally, a young girl can become pregnant, and the next option for her is abortion.”
Sue Thayer directed two Planned Parenthood clinics in Iowa and told Live Action that as the quota for abortions increased, the amount of time per patient was reduced.
"And it got so, you know, when your clinician was there, it was this insane, crazy, chaotic time," she recalls. "And women were just herded through there.”
Planned Parenthood's motto is “Care, No Matter What,” but Trevino and Thayer contend that was certainly not the reality.
Republicans are working to reallocate over a half-billion dollars from Planned Parenthood to local health clinics that are not so busy doing abortions.