Planned Parenthood worker quit after aborting quadruplets


By Mark Ellis — 

When she saw the four identical baby boys holding each other, the gruesome reality of their abortion deaths caused one Planned Parenthood worker to quit.

“There was this one girl, young girl—maybe 19, maybe 20, young—she came in, [and] her boyfriend didn’t want any children,” Myra Neyer, a widowed mother of five and former Planned Parenthood employee, told the Daily Signal.

“She came in and we signed her in, did the ultrasound and found out, well, she found out that instead of one [baby], there was four. And it wasn’t just four, they were all identical,” Neyer explained.

The boyfriend was “an older man” who forced the abortion issue. His girlfriend did not want the procedure. “Her boyfriend was flipping out and… I didn’t sign off on it,” Neyer said.

“So she left, and what he ended up doing was taking her to what I call a butcher clinic, somewhere else, and they gave her the misoprostol and then the next day … she came in … in a lot of pain and bleeding.”

Myra Neyer

Misoprostol is a drug used as an alternative to surgical abortion because it is considered less invasive, more autonomous, and discreet. When combined with RU-486, the drugs will induce a miscarriage. But sometimes, there are serious complications.

When the bleeding woman returned to the Planned Parenthood clinic where Neyer worked, they completed the abortion.

“She had to have been at least like 15, almost 16 weeks [along in her pregnancy], the babies were big … these two babies were holding each other … they were all boys, and they were just holding each other, and the last one was the one that we have to make sure we had all the pieces [of his body]. It was just horrible,” Neyer told the Daily Signal.

“And then the look on her face when this was all over, she just looked lost … I just remember looking at her, putting her in … her friend’s truck, and just her face was like this blank stare.”

As a result of witnessing the harrowing procedure Neyer decided she had enough.

“That did it for me, I have never seen anything like that,” she said. “I hit the wall with my co-worker and we were crying. We stayed in there and cried over these kids … I remember saying, ‘That’s a baby, that’s a baby, that looks exactly like a baby’ … we just stood in that room [storing the discarded baby parts] and cried,” Neyer said.

While Neyer worked at Planned Parenthood she learned the organization was more interested in money than caring for women’s health.

Thinking the organization was pro-choice, in one instance she talked a young woman out of an abortion. The abortion doctor found out and was livid.

“That’s when I realized it wasn’t about choice, it was about a quota,” with more profits for Planned Parenthood as the pregnancy term advanced.