The former director of a Planned Parenthood clinic says she became pro-life after witnessing the “barbarism” of abortion.

Activist Abby Johnson said she thought more people would oppose abortion if they saw it involved.

Speaking further Fox News she suggested that she believed many pro-choice activists had never even seen the procedure performed.

“I think if people really saw abortion for what it is, I think more people would be against it. I think one of the reasons abortion continues to rise in this country, I think one of the reasons so many people are protesting the overturning of Roe v. Wade, is because you don’t see the victims of abortion.” – Johnson. began.

Abby Johnson was a former director of Planned Parenthood who became an anti-abortion activist

On Sunday, Johnson appeared on Fox & Friends and said she thinks many people would oppose abortion if they saw them

On Sunday, Johnson appeared on Fox & Friends and said she thinks many people would oppose abortion if they saw the “barbarism” of it.

“You do not see this child being separated in the womb. You don’t see body parts stacked on top of each other. I think if people really saw the barbarity of abortion, if they saw how horrible abortion is, more people would be against it,” she suggested.

Johnson also said she thinks a big problem is that many women don’t know there are pregnancy centers to help them because they’ve mostly just heard about abortion clinics as a primary option.

“So one of the things I’d really like to see pro-life people do on social media, in our churches, wherever…we have to showcase pro-life pregnancy centers in our district. “I can tell you that when I had my first crisis pregnancy, I didn’t even know what a pregnancy center was, but I knew what an abortion clinic was,” she said. CBN News the last month.

“We, as a church, as Christians, need to do a better job of promoting the pro-life resources that we have in our communities.”

On Sunday, President Joe Biden said he asked his administration to review whether he has the authority to declare an abortion-related public health emergency in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

The comments came after Biden signed an executive order on Friday to ease access to abortion services.

President Joe Biden signed the abortion access executive order on Friday, flanked by Vice President Kamala Harris, Biden, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Besser and Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco

President Joe Biden signed the abortion access executive order on Friday, flanked by Vice President Kamala Harris, Biden, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Besser and Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco

Biden, a Democrat, has been under pressure from within his own party to take action after last month’s landmark decision overturning Roe v. Wade, which overturned roughly 50 years of protections for women’s reproductive rights.

Biden also appealed to people outraged by last month’s Supreme Court decision that ended the constitutional right to abortion and who have demonstrated across the country: “Keep protesting. Continue to speak your mind. This is critical.”

The president, speaking to reporters during a stop on a bike ride near his family’s beach house in Delaware, said he lacked the authority to force more than a dozen states to allow the procedure with strict restrictions or outright bans on abortion.

Some states have issued orders that they will not cooperate with other states' investigations of people seeking abortions or health care providers who perform them

Some states have issued orders that they will not cooperate with other states’ investigations of people seeking abortions or health care providers who perform them

Thirteen states have passed laws restricting or banning abortion if Roe v. Wade is overturned

Thirteen states have passed laws restricting or banning abortion if Roe v. Wade is overturned

“I don’t have the authority to say we’re going to reinstate Roe v. Wade as the law of the land,” he said, referring to the 1973 Supreme Court decision that established a national right to abortion. Biden said Congress would need to codify the right, and for it to have a better chance in the future, voters must elect more lawmakers who support access to abortion.

Biden said his administration is trying to do “a lot of things to secure women’s rights” after the ruling, including considering declaring a health emergency to free up federal resources.

The move has been pushed by supporters, but White House officials have questioned its legality and effectiveness and said it will almost certainly face legal challenges.

Women across the country are speaking out and protesting the decision to overturn Roe.  Protesters are pictured in Los Angeles, California on Saturday, July 9

Women across the country are speaking out and protesting the decision to overturn Roe. Protesters are pictured in Los Angeles, California on Saturday, July 9

Demonstrators in Texas walk toward City Hall in Odessa during a march in support of reproductive rights on Saturday, July 9

Demonstrators in Texas walk toward City Hall in Odessa during a march in support of reproductive rights on Saturday, July 9

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