Pro-abortion radicalist actress Alyssa Milano must be very frustrated these days. Her protests against Georgia’s and other states’ ‘heartbeat bills’ have flopped and has really left her in a snit. She even tried a ‘sex strike’ that only got laughs and more ridicule for the aging star. Now, she’s unveiled a map of the United States that she insists will help Hollywood studios, actors, producers, and directors decide “where it is safe for women to work” after several states passed laws restricting abortions after a heartbeat is detected.
“Following the passage of a number of draconian attacks on a pregnant person’s right to choose in 2019, including those in states in which the motion picture and television industries conduct significant business, it has become apparent that those in our industry need to be able to make informed choices,” Milano and activist co-author Ben Jackson said in a statement published by Variety, which released the map along with Milano and Jackson.
This won’t move the needle much in Hollywood I would wager. They may scream for abortion but when it comes right down to it they value their bottom line more than any du jour liberal cause. Milano has become the slay-queen face of the pro-abortion cause but she doesn’t speak for all of Hollywood. It will, however, coast jobs and all of that is on Milano.
“I don’t think there’s a human on the planet that’s not pro-life. Nobody wants to get an abortion. Nobody. We are all pro-life, but there are circumstances that we cannot avoid,” the Netflix star told CNN’s Chris Cuomo. “There’s a mother’s health. There’s just not being ready and what that means financially and for someone’s destiny. This is an economic issue.” No, it is a moral issue and if you advocate for abortion, you certainly are not pro-life.
Alyssa Milano has created a shoot location tool for filmmakers that lists the status of abortion legislation in all 50 states https://t.co/0a4mAHQVQQ
— Variety (@Variety) June 14, 2019
“Milano’s map is just the beginning. The actress is reportedly teaming with Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms to develop a mobile app producers in Georgia can use to “guarantee we can spend money in places that will not fund voter suppression, inequality and the stripping away of anyone’s rights.”
“A woman’s health care decisions should remain between her, her doctor and her maker. Atlanta has a robust tech community that could potentially assist with leveraging the kind of data and information Alyssa is discussing,” Mayor Bottoms told Variety. “I walk into this house that someone owns and rents out for production, and in front of the sink is a ‘Brian Kemp for Governor’ kitchen mat,’ she said. “So I think to myself, every time we shoot on location outside of Atlanta, we are funding a hurtful policy.”
“According to the MPAA, the film industry in Georgia represents roughly 92,000 jobs, and more than $9 billion in film production spending — which is why it has come to be known as the “Hollywood of the South.”
“The original idea was to prevent Gov. Kemp from signing this bill,” Milano said. “We in the entertainment industry pride ourselves on inclusivity, equality and choice. All of these really symbolic, important things that we understand become a beacon for the country to follow suit,” she concluded, noting that her research helps serve “this very tricky balance of not wanting to ever cause families harm in the state of Georgia, but being aware enough to know that the only thing that changes the state of policy is usually money.”
“Since Gov. Kemp signed Georgia’s Living Infants Fairness and Equality (LIFE) Act into law, AMC network, which films The Walking Dead in the state, has added its name to a growing list of Hollywood studios, including Disney, Netflix, WarnerMedia — the parent company of CNN, HBO, and TNT — who’ve threatened to pull film projects and production out of Georgia over the new abortion law. To date, no major studio has actually pulled projects from the state.”
Alyssa Milano Authors Comprehensive State-By-State Abortion Bill Guide for Filmmakers https://t.co/WXuj4vBFTp
— Scott Dworkin (@funder) June 14, 2019
“I asked if there was a version we could create with maps to the block of people that support a progressive policy, versus homes that are supporting a hurtful policy,” Milano said. “Can we use these to pinpoint in red states where it is safe for productions to spend their money? She thought it was a brilliant idea.”
The state-by-state abortion map took a month for the actress to assemble in cooperation with the National Assn. for the Repeal of Abortion Laws and the political encyclopedia Ballotpedia. The states have been color-coded according to the threat-level of anti-abortion laws, ranging from “most threatened” to “under threat” to “least threatened.”
“In Colorado, for instance, productions get a 20% tax credit on qualified expenditures as long as 50% of crew members are state residents. Colorado also has no major pending abortion laws or existing bans, so that state gets a “least threatened” grade. Florida, on the other hand, has introduced the notion of a six-week abortion ban and currently has no tax incentive for film and TV. The survey looks exclusively at abortion law, though other human rights issues like LGBTQ equality have previously threatened production in places like North Carolina.”
Milano’s pretty face promotes nothing short of evil infanticide. Not only are her moronic efforts hurting hard-working Americans… they are promoting the bloody sacrifice of the most innocent among us. According to the MPAA, the film industry represents 92,000 jobs in Georgia. Milano would blow those jobs away because women don’t have the right to murder their unborn children. I guess she’s a witch after all.