Abortion workers are quiting their jobs after seeing movie Unplanned
The movie Unplanned has inspired 94 abortion workers to quit their jobs since it’s opening on March 29th.
“Unplanned,” a film that tells the true story of Abby Johnson’s ascent to become one of the youngest Planned Parenthood clinic directors in America and her subsequent conversion to pro-life views, brought in just under $6.4 million March 29–31.
It finished No. 4 at the box office, according to the website BoxOfficeMojo.com, which had projected the movie to gross approximately $3 million.
All other movies in the weekend’s top five showed on at least twice as many screens as the 1,059 that showed “Unplanned.”
Chuck Konzelman, writer and director of “Unplanned,” a film about Planned Parenthood clinic director-turned pro-life advocate Abby Johnson, revealed Wednesday during a congressional testimony that 94 clinic workers have come forward after watching the movie to seek help leaving their jobs.
Konzelman, who spoke before the Senate Subcommittee on the Constitution, revealed that, since the film’s release on March 29, these workers approached Johnson’s nonprofit, And Then There Were None, and have indicated an intent to change their lives.
And Then There Were None’s stated mission is to “help abortion clinic workers leave the abortion industry.”
That is amazing news that 1% of abortion workers have quit after seeing the movie Unplanned. It is not enough but it is a start. And abortion is not going to end through legislation it is going to end by minds being changed.