Former Planned Parenthood Director Janet Brown tells us how she left the abortion giant. Kristan Hawkins from Students for Life informs us of the dangers of the ‘For the People’ Act.
Segment 1 – Intro and News
Segment 2 & 3 – The Testimony of Janet Brown, former Planned Parenthood Worker
Janet Brown worked for Planned Parenthood for five years as the Director of Quality and Risk Management. At her desk was a radio – and it only had one station where Rush Limbaugh was on air for three hours a day. Janet was a liberal feminist and hated the talk radio giant, yet kept the radio on, even when he would lambaste her employer. Janet left her job in 2015 and always wanted Rush Limbaugh to know the incredible impact he had on her life. She came to find And Then There Were None, who helped her through healing from her time at Planned Parenthood. Janet shares her story with our listeners today.
A more detailed telling of her journey is shared here: Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month-Janet
Segment 4 – The Dangers of the H.R. 1 ‘For the People’ Act
Students for Life Action President Kristan Hawkins said Monday that SFLAction would score the vote on H.R.1 because it is an attempt to sideline groups like Students for Life Action and is a drastic reconfiguration of how elections should be run in the United States.
As President of Students for Life of America, Kristan Hawkins directs the mission and strategy of the organization and serves as official spokeswoman. She has appeared on Fox News, CNN, EWTN, Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson, and the Christian Broadcasting Network; she is a frequent blogger for LifeNews.com and has also been quoted in numerous national and regional newspapers such as the Washington Times, Washington Post, and FoxNews.com.
“In the deceptively named ‘For the People’ Act, anti-democratic activists want to attack what non-profits can say, when they can say it, and find out who supported them. If we have learned anything about Woke, Cancel Culture, we know that the left will eviscerate those supporting causes they don’t like,” said Students for Life Action President Kristan Hawkins, in announcing that HR 1 will be a scored vote. Read all about it here.