The ‘Unplanned’ director Chuck Konzelman reveals a large number of abortion workers are wanting to leave the industry after seeing the film.
Chuck Konzelman, who is a co-writer/co-director of “Unplanned,” the new film detailing Abby Johnson’s life, said nearly 100 abortion workers have reached out to them in the past few weeks because they are thinking about quitting, The Western Journal reports.
Chuck Konzelman’s testimony starts at about 3:11.
During his testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on the Constitution, Konzelman said 94 clinic workers have approached former Planned Parenthood executive Abby Johnson’s nonprofit, And Then There Were None, according to Pure Flix Insider.
“One percent of the abortion workers in the United States, after getting one look at them being portrayed on film,” he said, “have decided to change their lives … and what they do for a living.”
The Pure Flix filmmaker was on Capitol Hill to speak on a panel regarding Twitter’s alleged censorship of “Unplanned.” On its opening weekend in late March, the social media platform temporarily suspended the film’s promotional account. More
This is a wonderfully-made, well acted, heartfelt movie and everybody should go see it. The industry employees that are reaching out are proving that they are intelligent, human and are seeing through all the lies.
The “Infanticidists” among us have killed more than fifty million babies since the Roe V. Wade ruling in 1973. We need to face the truth that all human life has rights granted by God, and by our Constitution that was built upon Judeo Christian values.
God surely touched a lot of hearts, good for them.
The movie ‘Unplanned’ is having an incredible impact on many lives including those mentioned in this article. If you haven’t seen it, plan to do so–& if you have seen it, take as many friends/family you can to see it. It’s the movie that… https://t.co/IPfHTw6cf5
— Ken Ham (@aigkenham) April 14, 2019
It’s always better to face unemployment than to be an accessory of murder. https://t.co/soJNB3aXS9
— Cesar FernandezStoll (@CesarFStoll) April 13, 2019
Know this- it will be the Christian Community that will help these workers, not PP. BC the trauma incurred by working at PP is real. Not just for the clients and their babies, but the workers. #ATTWN @NMAlliance4Lifehttps://t.co/ZFQGQ2zxE6
— Marcie (@MMarcie2012) April 14, 2019
We are making progress my #ProLife friends. We still have much work to do BUT, blind eyes are being opened. Keep praying! Keep serving in #ProLifeMinistry! Keep speaking truth! #SaveTheBabies#AbortionStopsABeatingHeart#Abortion: 1 Dead, 1 Wounded 😔🙏🙌https://t.co/GPOmcM1ILD
— Meg the Dreg 🌟🌟🌟 (@fedupcitizen16) April 13, 2019