CEO of MyPillow Puts All He Has On The Line To Take A Bold Stand Against Abortion and Takes Fight to Hollywood
We first learned of the evil of late-term abortionist Kermit Gosnell in 2013. The stories and reports left Americans aghast at the horror of what they had learned. Gosnell was labeled America’s worst mass murderer, yet America’s most prolific serial killer got away with his heinous crimes against humanity for a long, long time as a movie released in October of 2018 proves.
Even after Gosnell’s sickening practices became public knowledge the media ignored Gosnell’s infamous 2013 murder trial. The movie was rejected by major distributors and could not even have been made if it weren’t for the resourceful crowdfunding campaign by its producers, Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer (who also wrote a book on the subject).
Six years later, with massive financial and political clout, Planned Parenthood has been successful in preventing establishment politicians from doing anything to protect these fully-developed babies.
If anything, what we’ve witnessed this week in NewYork and Virginia has been a call for further expanding the right to aborting life after birth. New York’s governor, Andrew Cuomo, actually celebrated the passage of this law by ordering the World Trade Center lit with pink lights.
And in Virginia, this horrific Governor – you have to watch to believe this.
Virginia Gov defends infanticide.
“If a mother is in labor…the infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians & mother" pic.twitter.com/ztmgms7BKB
— LifeNews.com (@LifeNewsHQ) January 30, 2019
When given a chance to recant, Virginia governor/abortionist doubled down instead.
Gov. Northam, yesterday: "The infant would be delivered, kept comfortable, & resuscitated *if* that's what the mother & family desired."
Reporter, today: "Do you regret the way you said it?"
— Liz Wheeler (@Liz_Wheeler) January 31, 2019
After you hear the process of late-term abortion described there can be no denying that the proponents of this practice are the faces of evil. You may not want to hear the doctor’s testimony in the tweet below:
THIS IS JUST EVIL!!
Abortion doctor leaves Congress speechless!!!
"You reach in and pull HARD and pull out an leg, put it on the table." "You reach again pull out an arm"
NYC WOMEN just cheered this procedure being made legal and Governor Cuomo BACKED IT UP!!! pic.twitter.com/knRtcoV07S
— 🇺🇸John #KAG🇺🇸🚂👊🐸 (@JohnCooper0610) January 31, 2019
So who speaks for the most innocent among us?
Mike Lindell does! The founder and CEO of MyPillow is an American success story and is determined to inform the world about the abortion holocaust that has taken the lives of an estimated 60 million Americans.
Lie number one: “Abortion should be safe, legal, and rare.” Twenty percent of our nation’s population may be legal, but it’s anything but rare. And, the process is sub-human.
Lindell is putting his money where his heart is by financing a new movie that depicts the unfeeling, uncaring, abortionist providers at Planned Parenthood and elsewhere.
Here’s the story of Gianna Jessen as told by her to Mike Huckabee:
Lindell is a self-made multimillionaire. He has invested $1 million to guarantee “Unplanned” makes it to theaters so that the barbaric practices of destroying fully-formed babies and selling their body parts will be widely known.
Only after Americans are fully informed about this practice can they properly decide if they still want to support abortion. The movie depicts the emotional struggles and self discovery of Abby Johnson, a one-time clinic director for Planned Parenthood, after she witnessed an abortion and decided to take on the political powerhouse.
More than three years ago Ms. Johnson appeared with Sean Hannity.
Johnson is the founder and director of And Then There Were None. ATTWN’s mission is to help abortion workers leave their jobs and find life-affirming employment.
Mike has a cameo role during which he bulldozes a Planned Parenthood site to make way for the headquarters of a pro-life group called “40 Days for Life”.
Mike says, “I’m pro-life and I’m happy to do it.”
Oh, Lie number two: We’d never do such a thing. Uh, right, Hillary. Remember this exchange during Trump’s debate with her:
Mike Lindell identifies himself as a fan of Donald Trump on his website