Today is Mother’s Day…a day set aside to celebrate the selfless gift of life given by mothers.
An exception is taking place among the Hollywood leftists who are threatening a boycott of the entire state of Georgia due to a pro-life bill (HB 481) signed into law May 7, by Georgia’s Republican Governor Brian Kemp. The law is scheduled to go into effect January 2020. The executive director of ACLU Georgia vowed, “We will see Governor Kemp in court.”
The bill was sponsored by four female and three male legislators.
The studios and actors are shooting themselves in the foot, but death clearly means more to them than either life or livelihood. IndyWire reports Hollywood got $800 million in tax credits from the Peach State in the 2018 fiscal year. The film and TV industry has spent over a decade steadily building infrastructure in Atlanta that has allowed Hollywood to take full advantage of the state’s uncapped tax incentive. Unlike other states’ incentives, Georgia’s includes 30 percent back on above-the-line costs (like actors’ and directors’ salaries) in addition to below-the-line costs.
Actresses Alyssa Milano and Bette Midler have urged Georgia women to stop having sex with men — avoiding the risk getting pregnant — to protest this law.
Boycotts can be a two-way street. How about pro-life advocates vowing to boycott the nearly 100 Hollywood advocates of death (click to enlarge) and the films in which they appear? Suctioning out their ability to live grandly, doesn’t come close to the grisly 2nd and 3rd trimester surgical procedure that results in the violent death of pre-born human babies.