The story, scheduled to air at a later date, focuses on Texas abortion law.
"In their opinion, they think that the Texas law is taking women back in time and I shared with them that we should work to support women and support common sense legislature that is designed to protect women," said Gaby. "They were able to see with their own eyes and cameras that people that show up to pray at the clinics are normal, peaceful and prayerful people."
Gaby said the BBC journalist joined her at the Hillside Reproductive Clinic as a group of faithful prayed outside.
"They were searching for answers and assuming that because there are people outside abortion clinics praying or protesting that it drives women to perform abortions on themselves," she said. "Blaming people that are pro-life for this behavior is absurd, and because we are people of faith, we know that our prayers and presence outside the abortion clinics saves lives and provides other options other than abortion to women. "
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