“Blood Money” is a documentary that exposes the truth behind the Abortion Industry from the Pro-Life perspective. This film examines the culture of death in America, from the inception of Planned Parenthood and the profitability of abortion clinics to the denial of when life begins, and the devastating effects it has had on the women who have had them.
One of the interviewees featured in the movie trailer, Carol Everett, was a part-owner of several abortion clinics in the Dallas area who has repented of her involvement in abortion. In the Blood Money trailer, she talks of the unsavory practices her clinics were involved in.
“Our goal was three to five abortions from every girl from the ages 13 to 18,” she says.
Everett describes a plan to “sell abortions” by using sex education to “break down” the natural modesty of children, separate them from their parents and their parents’ values, and to establish the abortion provider as the sex expert in young people’s lives.
“So they would turn to us when we would give them a low-dose birth control pill they would get pregnant on, or a defective condom,” she says.
Later in the trailer, she remarks: “I recognized that I’d been involved in the deaths of over 35,000 babies” (CNA).
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