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Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
« on: July 06, 2022, 03:13:44 PM »
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  • Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade show just how clueless they really are


    Do we want to participate in a culture created by people committed to the destruction of pre-born children?


    It isn’t news that nearly the entire entertainment elite of the United States of America supports the abortion industry. Actress Michelle Williams went as far as to boast that her abortion was the only reasons she won a Golden Globe; celebrities have been releasing furious statements about red state pro-life laws for years. But still – there was something eye-opening about the way actors, actresses, singers, late night hosts (including the self-declared public Catholic Stephen Colbert), and other members of America’s creative class fell into lockstep behind the abortion activists with the fall of Roe v. Wade last month.
    According to a CNN report, Will & Grace star Debra Messing was so livid that on a White House call with “dozens of celebrity Democratic supporters and activists” Messing actually yelled that she’d gotten Biden elected, demanded to know why she was being asked to do anything after Roe’s fall, and stated that there seemed to be no point to voting. (In a move that is unlikely to have cooled the mood, those who participated in the call received an email later on with a list of suggested talking points as well as Biden speech clips that could be shared on TikTok.)

    Mark Ruffalo called packing the Court “saving the USA,” because an America where babies are protected in some states is, to the Marvel Universe’s angriest citizen, unthinkable. (He also called the Court “fascist” and suggested that “we must revolt.” We’ll keep you updated on Ruffalo’s revolt as news comes in.) Chris Evans, who last made news stating that anyone who didn’t appreciate a gαy couple being shoehorned into the new Disney film Lightyear (which bombed at the box office) was a “dinosaur” also expressed his alarm: “This is absolutely unbelievable. If you’re not worried about Roe v Wade, you’re not paying attention. This is why voting matters!!”


    One of the grimly amusing aspect of watching the entire entertainment elite of the United States howl for feticide is how little most of them know about America’s abortion regime. Actress Jessica Biel, for example, posted a photo of herself with husband Justin Timberlake in Paris with the caption: “You have croissants AND Women’s Rights? D**n, take me back.” Biel is apparently unaware of the fact that the Mississippi law at the center of the Dobbs case is a 15-week abortion ban. France bans abortion at…14 weeks. Most celebrities seem unaware of the fact that the liberal countries they lionize actually have stricter abortion laws than most of America (including many red states). Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day even announced that he’d be renouncing his U.S. citizenship over Roe’s fall and moving permanently to the U.K. which…has stricter abortion laws than California.

    A roundup of celebrity singers (most of whom I’d never heard of) also came forward to mourn the death of Roe. Halsey claimed that an abortion “saved my life.” Singers Olivia Rodrigo and Lilly Allen joined for a  of “F*** You” to the Supreme Court. Jennifer Lopez, best known for stripper sets at the Superbowl Halftime Show, told her Instagram fans that: “We are living in an America I don’t recognize.” Rapper Kendrick Lamar donned a crown of thorns and chanted “Godspeed to women’s rights!” to his audience. Phoebe Bridges went even further, stating: “I had an abortion in October of last year while I was on tour. I went to Planned Parenthood where they gave me the abortion pill. It was easy.

     Everyone deserves that kind of access.”
    And of course there was pop star Pink, who melted down with a combination of blasphemy and all-caps on Twitter: “Let’s be clear: if you believe the government belongs in a woman’s uterus, a gαy persons business or marriage, or that racism is okay- THEN PLEASE IN THE NAME OF YOUR LORD NEVER F–KING LISTEN TO MY MUSIC AGAIN. AND ALSO F–K RIGHT OFF. We good?” (Yeah, Pink. We good.)

    Meghan Markle, unsurprisingly, took the opportunity to emphasize what a proud feminist the wayward Windsor princeling is. “My husband and I talked about that a lot over the past few days,” she said of Roe. “He’s a feminist too, and his reaction was guttural, like mine. I know that for so many women right now, there is a sentiment of despair.” Presumably Markle didn’t mean “guttural” but “gut-wrenching” or something of the sort, but her point is clear enough: Harry is a feminist and we are relevant.


    None of this will come as a shock to anyone, but as conservatives wake up to the fact that America’s storytellers – Disney, Netflix, Hollywood – despise their values, this is a good reminder. Do we want to let these people sing their songs and tell their stories to upcoming generations? Do we want to participate in a culture created by people committed to the destruction of pre-born children? Do we want our children to follow these people on social media; to emulate their example; to fantasize about becoming them? The answer should be obvious. These people are doing everything they can to make sure that it is.

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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #1 on: July 06, 2022, 03:20:11 PM »
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  • Lotta demonic activity here. Lotta weed, too, I'm guessing.


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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #2 on: July 06, 2022, 03:23:05 PM »
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  • Lotta demonic activity here. Lotta weed, too, I'm guessing.
    Probably, but weed doesn't make you crazy if used properly.

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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #3 on: July 06, 2022, 03:41:25 PM »
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  • In addition to being evil, they are also extremely low IQ ... and have no talent, while making millions.  I am convinced that the latter combination (wealthy with no talent) results from making deals with the devil, whether explicitly or else selling out to the evil people who determine and control who gets to become a "celebrity".  Several of these no-talent individuals have openly admitted to having made a deal with the devil.

    SOME IMMODESTY:


    Bob Dylan was obviously dead serious (and looked like he was upset and tired of having to continue on with his part of the bargain).



    At first he glosses over it and you can here "d." and then he stops himself.  Then Bradley asks him to clarify who he meant.  Bradley seems to be in the know, when he added the phrase "of this earth", then added "and in the world you can't see".

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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #4 on: July 06, 2022, 04:00:14 PM »
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  • At first he glosses over it and you can here "d." and then he stops himself.  Then Bradley asks him to clarify who he meant.  Bradley seems to be in the know, when he added the phrase "of this earth", then added "and in the world you can't see".

    Wow.  That poor man.  The devil has him convinced he cannot be saved, and so he won't be, and will continue on with the bargain.

    Very sad.
    Disagreeing with Ladislaus is heretical and blasphemous!


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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #5 on: July 06, 2022, 04:07:43 PM »
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  • Aside from Mel Gibson and Jim Caviezel, is there anyone in the "entertainment industry" who actually IS pro-life?

    Wynonna Judd did rule out abortion as an option for herself, when she fell pregnant and would have ideally preferred not to be, but that's about the only one I can think of.  

    And even though this probably didn't reflect the actors' thinking, the film Black Snake Moan has a powerful anti-abortion message. Good as that message is, though, I can't recommend the film to any man under the age of 45 who hasn't been married for about 10 years, could pose grave temptations against purity.

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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #6 on: July 06, 2022, 04:14:17 PM »
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  • Aside from Mel Gibson and Jim Caviezel, is there anyone in the "entertainment industry" who actually IS pro-life?
    For the media controllers, abortion is a sacrament.

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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #7 on: July 06, 2022, 04:16:31 PM »
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  • Probably, but weed doesn't make you crazy if used properly.
    That's what they all say.  It's valuable to have your POV, though.


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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #8 on: July 06, 2022, 04:19:06 PM »
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  • Oh, I'm pretty sure they're using stuff that's a lot more potent than weed.

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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #9 on: July 06, 2022, 04:24:47 PM »
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  • I must be really out of touch.  In the OP, I recognized only two names, Jennifer Lopez and Justin Timberlake.  They were singers from the 1990’s?   
    It floors me that there are people who care what they think.

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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #10 on: July 06, 2022, 06:56:39 PM »
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  • Of course, there's another reason that some become celebrities without talent ... because they're Jєωs.

    There are quite a few women who have no talent and have been praised as "sex symbols" even though they're ugly as sin, and they happen to be Jєωs, to name a few Scarlett Johansson, Natalie Portman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Winona Ryder, Carrie Fisher, Phoebe Cates (the list I saw online goes on for many pages).  None of these have ANY talent whatsoever, but get cast in all the high budget movies, and Johansson was named "sexiest woman alive" by a magazine some years ago, despite being butt ugly.  And the only ones that are even half good-looking are the ones that are half Jєω (invariably in their mother's side, to be considered true Jєωs).  There was a guy who appeared regularly on Rense, can't recall his name, who often derided the ugly no-talent Jєωesses who dominate Hollywood (would regularly say that we live in a "Jєωocracy".)

    In any case, the point is ... Bob Dylan's real name is Robert Allen Zimmerman (Jєω).


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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #11 on: July 06, 2022, 07:20:38 PM »
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  • Of course, there's another reason that some become celebrities without talent ... because they're Jєωs.

    There are quite a few women who have no talent and have been praised as "sex symbols" even though they're ugly as sin, and they happen to be Jєωs, to name a few Scarlett Johansson, Natalie Portman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Winona Ryder, Carrie Fisher, Phoebe Cates (the list I saw online goes on for many pages).  None of these have ANY talent whatsoever, but get cast in all the high budget movies, and Johansson was named "sexiest woman alive" by a magazine some years ago, despite being butt ugly.  And the only ones that are even half good-looking are the ones that are half Jєω (invariably in their mother's side, to be considered true Jєωs).  There was a guy who appeared regularly on Rense, can't recall his name, who often derided the ugly no-talent Jєωesses who dominate Hollywood (would regularly say that we live in a "Jєωocracy".)

    In any case, the point is ... Bob Dylan's real name is Robert Allen Zimmerman (Jєω).

    I don't find Natalie Portman or Winona Ryder to be bad-looking at all. 

    I do find Scarlett Johansson vastly overrated in the looks department.  A lot of hers is makeup strategically applied.

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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #12 on: July 06, 2022, 07:58:36 PM »
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  • Aside from Mel Gibson and Jim Caviezel, is there anyone in the "entertainment industry" who actually IS pro-life?
    "I’m very contra my constituency in terms of abortion because I’m positively against it."
    Jack Nicholson 2003

    Tim Tebow appeared in a pro-life Super Bowl ad in 2010.

    “It gets a bit dishonest to call something reproductive rights when you clearly have a choice well before a baby is conceived. If someone has to die as a result of rape, then we should kill the rapist—not the unborn child.”  Kelsey Grammer 2018

    “Because of my personal convictions as a devout Catholic, I am not only fighting against something, I am fighting for something—and I am for life."  Andrea Bocelli 2011

    Nick Cannon thinks abortion constitutes "population control” and that Planned Parenthood is responsible for "real genocide” against the Black community.

    “Abortion isn't just sin against the unborn, though it certainly is that. And it's not only a sin against the image of God, though we’re right to remind people that it is. Abortion is also a sin against women. It's not just a killing of the body, but a killing of the conscience.” Kirk Cameron 2016

    “I know this is hard for you to grasp, but women of all kinds who are pro-science and anti-violence don’t believe that ending the life of your developing son or daughter in your womb is liberating or progressive. It’s tyrannical and barbaric"  Patricia Heaton 2018

    Phil Robertson
    Kathy Ireland
    Kenny Chesney
    Joy Villa
    Chuck Norris
    Nick Loeb

    Lots more....


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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #13 on: July 06, 2022, 09:10:56 PM »
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  • "I’m very contra my constituency in terms of abortion because I’m positively against it."
    Jack Nicholson 2003

    Tim Tebow appeared in a pro-life Super Bowl ad in 2010.

    “It gets a bit dishonest to call something reproductive rights when you clearly have a choice well before a baby is conceived. If someone has to die as a result of rape, then we should kill the rapist—not the unborn child.”  Kelsey Grammer 2018

    “Because of my personal convictions as a devout Catholic, I am not only fighting against something, I am fighting for something—and I am for life."  Andrea Bocelli 2011

    Nick Cannon thinks abortion constitutes "population control” and that Planned Parenthood is responsible for "real genocide” against the Black community.

    “Abortion isn't just sin against the unborn, though it certainly is that. And it's not only a sin against the image of God, though we’re right to remind people that it is. Abortion is also a sin against women. It's not just a killing of the body, but a killing of the conscience.” Kirk Cameron 2016

    “I know this is hard for you to grasp, but women of all kinds who are pro-science and anti-violence don’t believe that ending the life of your developing son or daughter in your womb is liberating or progressive. It’s tyrannical and barbaric"  Patricia Heaton 2018

    Phil Robertson
    Kathy Ireland
    Kenny Chesney
    Joy Villa
    Chuck Norris
    Nick Loeb

    Lots more....

    Good to know about Jack Nicholson.  I didn't know about his political leanings one way or the other.

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    Re: Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade
    « Reply #14 on: July 06, 2022, 09:57:31 PM »
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  • Signora Bocelli's doctor advised her to abort Andrea. He wasn't quite perfect, obviously.
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