These 7 Actresses are Celebrating Killing Babies in Abortions. Here’s a selection of those stories:
When Rebecca’s birth control failed, Rebecca “knew [she] had to end the pregnancy” as a college student. Abused by her boyfriend, Rebecca told her pro-life best friend, “I d[o] not want to create a life with such a hateful man.”
Playing Rebecca, Banks detailed how the women in Rebecca’s life, including her best friend, supported her.“Because the life they were most concerned about was mine,” she said. “When you love someone, you want the best for them, and that means you would do anything to protect them from being forced to do something against their will.”
It’s a shame the most important person of this mother’s life was never her child in utero.
Amy Brenneman (The Leftovers) read “Whitney’s Story.” Because of an anomaly, Whitney and her husband decided to abort their unborn baby.
“Our choice wasn’t easy. It was miserable. But it was also right for our family,” Brenneman said, posing as Whitney. “But even out of uncertainty and sorrow there can come great joy.”
Yeap, it’s the right of any family to kill their children.
When you read the above, Esolen’s dystopian vision here becomes entirely apt.
Mary McCormack (House of Lies) read “Susanne’s Story.” Susanne had preterm labor – and was unable to get an abortion before giving birth.
“I had no real choice,” McCormack said as Susanne. “A difference in personal opinion should never affect an individual’s ability to get the care they need.”
Why not support postpartum abortions?
Dascha Polanco (Orange Is the New Black) read “Kayleigh’s Story.” According to Kayleigh, the timing was off.
“I’m proud,” Polanco said as Kayleigh. “I had the guts to make the right choice for myself.”
Indeed, why let one’s children interfere with one’s ‘life plans’ at any stage of their development.
Picture: Massacre of the Innocents (1611-12) by P. P. Rebens