As told by John Barros:
Today was very slow and the folks were really hard. No one chose life today. I am so thankful for the Sarnicki family, Philip Kinkopf, and Samantha Shaffer for serving.
I did have a couple of interesting conversations with a few of the clinic workers about the 24-hour wait law. One of the workers said they were all talking about it and it is “crazy”.
She told me it doesn’t matter to her because she is moving to a new job in Tallahassee, far enough away where she won’t be tempted to come back. (She has left before a couple of times but always seems to end up back here.) Last Friday the people were lined up waiting for the.doors to open. She opened the door and said “Good morning, John.” I said, “These people are blinded and aren’t listening to anything I am saying.” She looked at the people filing in and said, “I know. …Everything he has told you is the truth.” She has always been that way. Please pray that she doesn’t just leave but that God would open her eyes and grant her repentance.
I also had the chance to speak with one much higher than her. She admitted that they never saw this coming and didn’t think it could possibly pass. She said they don’t know how they are going to be able to have the extra appointments but will have to try to figure something out..