Two former Planned Parenthood clinic managers continued to make controversial claims about their former employer in videos released this week by pro-life activist group Live Action.
“There was nothing to offer these women. Many times, I felt like I couldn’t help in the way that I wanted to help,” Ramona Trevino said, adding that her center didn’t offer prenatal care. “There was nothing that we could offer to women seeking fertility treatments, who were trying to conceive.”
She said she was surprised after arriving at the clinic, as she initially assumed Planned Parenthood would offer gynecological services and afforable health care for low-income and non-insured women. But Trevino’s clinic reportedly didn’t do so.
“I really went in thinking, ‘We’re just like a gynecologist,’ then you realize as time goes by you’re not,” Trevino added. “I’ve always had this really strong desire to help people who are struggling.”
Sue Thayer, identified as another former clinic manager, offered up similar sentiments about her experience.
“We would have … women that would come in and they’d have, say a breast lump,” Thayer said. “There was nothing we could do for that. We’d have to refer them out for an abnormal pap smear.”
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In a separate video, Trevino said she felt as though Planned Parenthood “treated women like cattle.”
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As Faithwire previously reported, Live Action’s previously released videos accused Planned Parenthood of “pushing profitable abortions, often at the expense of health care services for the women it claims to serve,” of having abortion quotas and of not offering widespread prenatal care.
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