A former patient of Planned Parenthood recalled her experience with the organization and revealed the disturbing method one doctor allegedly said he used for terminating "stubborn" pregnancies. The patient alleged that the reported method involved breaking a newborn baby's neck if it survives the abortion.
What are the details?
According to Life News, the unnamed woman visited a Planned Parenthood in St. Paul, Minnesota, for an abortion.
The woman, who was 22 years old at the time, ended up choosing life after she discovered the barbaric methods abortionists at the clinic would use to end the life in her womb.
The woman initially planned to go through with the abortion, but something stopped her.
The woman said that the abortionist used a long needle to inject digoxin to stop the child's heart beating — but the baby ended up surviving. The woman said she asked the attending doctors, "If you guys were to take him out right now while he's still, his heart rate is still, you know, going, what would you guys do?"
What did they say?
The abortionists reportedly exchanged glances and told the young woman the grisly plan.
"[S]he told me that we don't tell women this, and a lot of women don't even ask this question, but if we was to proceed with the abortion and the baby was to come out still alive and active, most likely we would break the baby's neck," the woman recalled the abortionist saying.
She immediately changed her mind about the abortion and ended up keeping her son.
"The more I was telling them no, it was more like they were trying to sell me something, like a seller that pushes you and pushes you until you buy their item or their product. That's how it felt, as if they were trying to sell me this abortion," she explained.
The young woman later went on to give birth to a healthy baby boy.