There is a growing split on the Left as Planned Parenthood workers in this state make one huge announcement

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The radical Left usually does a good job of keeping its troops in line.

They are usually able to get blue collar union workers locking arms with transgender activists and Antifa terrorists.

But now there is a growing split on the Left as Planned Parenthood workers in this state make one big announcement.

As the radical Left continues its assault on Americans, it turns out there are some chinks in their armor.

Look for the union label on abortion

While conservatives have been splintered and continue their infighting, for the most part the Left has been a monolithic unit with all parts of their coalition marching in lockstep.

The brutal Hamas attack on Israel has caused a major split however, as many radical leftists have turned to anti-Semitic actions and Jewish Americans, usually a Democrat voting bloc, are becoming increasingly uneasy.

Now there is another split occurring that isn’t receiving quite as much attention.

That is the growing tension between America’s largest abortion mill, Planned Parenthood, and workers at the abortion provider.

Planned Parenthood workers across Wisconsin are in the middle of forming a union, according to the Wisconsin Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals (WFNHP).

Organizers are claiming the unionization drive will help improve Planned Parenthood’s healthcare workers’ working environment, enhance patient care, and lead to a more supportive workplace.

“I take pride in providing quality care to our patients,” a nurse practitioner named Emily said. “Joining together in a union will ensure that we can better advocate for our patients and ourselves.”

A growing union boss power play

The move by Wisconsin union bosses comes just over a year after workers at Planned Parenthood North Central States voted in favor of unionizing.

Planned Parenthood North Central States services Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.

A vote on the unionization effort is expected soon and WFNHP executive director Jamie Lucas said the details of the election will be decided during a hearing next week. 

Lucas said she anticipates that at least 100 patient care workers will be included in the new union.

Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin issued a statement to News 3 Now trying to indicate their support for the union boss effort.

“Planned Parenthood of WI is committed to providing compassionate, non-judgmental care and education. We work tirelessly to protect and advance the rights of the communities we serve to have access to the full scope of sexual and reproductive health, and to have the agency to make their own decisions. This value is no different when it comes to employees and their right to organize a union in their workplace.”  

But many experts believe the unionization effort, and growing rumors of a potential strike, are causing a major schism between the abortion provider and the union bosses.

And of course, Planned Parenthood saying they have the same commitment to their workers as they do to their patients leaves open a very valid question of whether that commitment includes aborting union members.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.