After taking on the task of establishing pro-life medical services for women in Texas, a former abortion clinic owner claims she knows how Planned Parenthood operates.
After the Lone Star State fought successful court battles to deny funding to Planned Parenthood, the state provided a grant to the Heidi Group to offer medical services—excluding abortions—to low-income women statewide.
Carol Everett, who leads the pro-life organization, once worked in the abortion industry and that included working for Planned Parenthood. In that job, she says, she witnessed the abortion giant ensuring the abortions would keep coming.
“Their agenda was to give women low-dose birth-control pills they knew [the women] would get pregnant on and to pass out defective condoms.," Everett says.
"I will go to my grave," she adds, "believing that their agenda was three to five abortions between the ages of 13 and 18 from every young woman they could find.”
The Heidi Group, meanwhile, has been the subject of a scathing Associated Press story over its Well Woman Care clinics, OneNewsNow reported in March.
Texas declined federal Medicaid dollars during the Obama administration to set up its own program, and is now asking the Trump administration for a waiver to restore funds for its pro-life initiative.
"We have been audited, our records opened, our offices broken into, [and] computers corrupted," says the pro-life leader. "We have had 'fun' here—but the truth of the matter is women are being helped.”
The Heidi group has about 400 facilities that are providing geniune health services to women, and there are 4,000 similar medical clinics statewide that can do so in a life-affirming manner, meaning no abortions and without Planned Parenthood.