Heart-less comments about the heartbeat law

Want to see the true heartless colors of some of America’s most celebrated “celebrities” when it comes to the way they view human-life within a woman’s womb? Just ask them how they feel about Alabama’s new heart-beat/abortion law.

  • “The news about Alabama tonight is horrifying. See below for a good local place to donate to fight this. My God what a nightmare. Ladies (and men) we are with you in this fight for rationality and compassion and autonomy over sheer insanity,” comedian Billy Eichner wrote.”
  • “1 in 4 women have had an abortion. Many people think they don’t know someone who has, but #youknowme. So let’s do this: if you are also the 1 in 4, let’s share it and start to end the shame. Use #youknowme and share your truth,” Busy Philipps shared.
  • “Do what the Alabama government refuses to do: help women by donating to the yellowhammerfund.org. Donating is as easy as flicking an embryo out of a uterus should be,” wrote comedian Michelle Wolf.”
  • “Good grief.  Women should have the same autonomy over our bodies that men do. If we don’t have autonomy we don’t have equal rights. This is devolution,” Sarah Silverman wrote.”
  • “Every single State senator who voted to restrict reproductive rights for women, was a man,” Mia Farrow wrote over an image of the Senators that voted for the bill.

Mr. Eicher took the time to capitalize his G. Ms. Phillips acts as if having an abortion is a badge of honor (and may I add the 1 in 4 ratio does not come from the number of women living in America who have actually had an abortion; it comes from a comparison of the population of women to the number of abortions performed which is skewed by many women who have had and still have many abortions!). Ms. Wolf likes to compare human embryos to valueless and expendable material for “comedic” effect. Sarah Silverman doesn’t know the difference between a man’s and a woman’s body … and I seriously doubt she believes that a man should be able to force a woman to have an abortion (which would be an equal right when it comes to parenting choices). Ms. Farrow thinks men should have no say when it comes to the life of children because they fail to have the proper biological makeup; and by the way, she conveniently forgot that women in the House voted for the heartbeat bill and that the Governor of Alabama who signed the bill into law is a woman.

“… For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.” (Matthew 12:34 NKJV)