Since the State of Georgia passed the “Heartbeat Law” and Governor Brian Kemp signed the legislation, Hollywood film companies, along with baby murder advocate Alyssa Milano, have issued boycotts against the State – these entities and “C” rated performers refuse to work in Georgia until the bill is repealed. These small brained individuals think the signed legislation denies women the opportunity to kill their unborn child; it doesn’t. It only protects the unborn after the heartbeat is detected. Until that point, women can still murder their child in the womb in a murder-for-hire scenario.
Anti-constitutionalists have lost their minds over this piece of legislation, including former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. Abrams met with the Hollyweird film companies urging the entities to stay in Georgia to protect jobs and women.
Breitbart News reported:
Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said she had a “really solid meeting” with film industry executives this week urging them not to boycott the state over its law restricting abortions when a heartbeat is detected.
“We had productive conversations with execs, show runners, actors & more,” Abrams said. “If companies #StayAndFight, we can save jobs, build power and most importantly, protect women. While the call to leave resonates for some, we must leverage the time before a final determination to lead.”
We had productive conversations with execs, show runners, actors & more. If companies #StayAndFight, we can save jobs, build power and most importantly, protect women. While the call to leave resonates for some, we must leverage the time before a final determination to lead. 1/2
— Stacey Abrams (@staceyabrams) June 12, 2019
Abrams argued that if Hollywood behemoths like Netflix, Disney, and WarnerMedia pull out of Georgia in a knee-jerk response to the “heartbeat law,” they will hurt more than just legislators. This, at a time when those companies, among many other tech giants, are threatening to pull their business out of Georgia if the abortion law goes into effect.
Business relies on predictability — too many companies will face growing uncertainty in our healthcare environment,” she continued in a second tweet. “This forced pregnancy bill targets women but every Georgian is at risk if we lose doctors, jobs and billions,” Abrams said.
Business relies on predictability – too many companies will face growing uncertainty in our healthcare environment. This forced pregnancy bill targets women but every Georgian is at risk if we lose doctors, jobs and billions. #StayAndFight
— Stacey Abrams (@staceyabrams) June 12, 2019
Abrams seemed happy with the result of the conversation, telling Atlanta CNN affiliate WSB-TV “It was a really solid meeting. I was very excited by the energy and the attendances. It was a packed room.” She is on a “mission” to “to make sure these jobs stay in Georgia,” she added. “That should be everyone’s mission.”
The “Made in Georgia” logo has recently become a commonplace part of cinematic credits. Over the last decade, the “Hollywood of the South” has hosted the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Fast and the Furious franchise, the Hunger Games movies, and many more hit tv shows like The Walking Dead.
According to the MPAA, the burgeoning film industry there represents roughly 92,000 jobs, and more than $9 billion in film production spending.
As someone who lives in the “Hollywood of the South” and has experienced the inconvenience these film companies cause local residents and businesses, these film companies can leave and never come back. But, I digress.
In order to advocate for women murdering their unborn children in a murder-for-hire scenario, Abrams made some bizarre statements. First, Abrams claimed that the “Heartbeat Law” should be overturned in order to “protect women”. How would overturning this law “protect women”? As with all murder advocates, Abrams does not explain and the lamestream entertainment enemedia never asked what she meant in her “tweet”.
Second, Abrams termed this law a “forced pregnancy bill”. With all the pregnancy prevention measures available for no or low cost through county health departments, no one “forces” pregnancy on any woman.
Third, Abrams claimed that all Georgians would be at risk due to lost doctors, jobs and billions. Yet, Abrams failed to explain how this bill would cause doctors to leave their practice or relocate. If the Hollyweird film industry would pull their “jobs” and “billions” from the State because the legislature would not capitulate to their demands, this is a blackmail scenario that should be ignored.
Abrams also failed to explain how many Georgians were employed by the film companies. While the MPAA claimed the film industry represented approximately 92,000 jobs, it never identified how many of those jobs were filled by native Georgians and neither did Abrams. The State of Georgia may receive $9 billion in film production spending; but, how much of that is filtered to the towns or counties in which filming occurs? As a resident of the State of Georgia, the additional $9 billion influx of spending is not noticeable. What is noticeable is limited parking in towns where filming occurs, limited access to businesses where filming occurs, and an increase in the amount of time it takes to traverse the streets due to street closures.
Of course, Abrams was excited over the attendance. The Hollyweird film industry is pro-murder, as is Stacey Abrams and Alyssa Milano. Moreover, based on the percent of the population, a high percentage of women murdering their unborn children in a murder-for-hire scenario occur among blacks. Could it be that Abrams and Milano are pro-eugenicists when it comes to black Americans? Is it the same with the Hollyweird film industry? After all, the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, stated one of the goals of Planned Parenthood was elimination of or the decrease in the negro population. Could one call the position of Abrams and Milano racist? These pro-murder advocates would say no, but their position cast a doubt on that.
While Abrams, Milano and the Hollyweird film industry huff and puff on a bill that still allows women to murder their unborn children in a murder-for-hire scenario up until a heartbeat is detected, they neglect to consider the innocent defenseless lives that are lost for no good reason. It certainly is a sad day when those who enjoy the benefit of life so easily discard or discount life. But, what else can one expect from the Hollyweird bunch and anti-constitutionalists such as Stacey Abrams. If any of this bunch had their way, women would be allowed to murder their children up through adulthood.
All one has to do is look at the condition of California, Los Angeles and Hollywood in particular, to see what the support of anti-constitutional policies and laws have done. This is what these outsiders seek to bring to the State of Georgia and any other State in which they seek to film. One cannot use science to thwart their position because they, along with many “hitmen” doctors, deny science, unless that science is the hoax climate change. And, one should ask them what gives the Hollyweird film industry the authority to determine what the population of the State where they only work should adopt as law?
The residents of the occupied great State of Georgia should throw off their idolatrous “star struck” attitude where the Hollyweird film industry and employees are concerned. These people put their pants on one leg at a time the same as everyone else. If this industry doesn’t want to work in the State because they don’t like a law, so be it; good riddance to bad rubbish. No people should have to compromise their beliefs or pass legislation just to receive an influx of money from a debaucherous, depraved, immoral, unprincipled industry and their minions. Unfortunately, the Georgia legislature is trying to straddle a fence to satisfy rabid pro-murderers and anti-murder individuals. There is no straddling of the fence. Either murder is against the law or it isn’t. There is only one correct response, which God commanded to man some time ago without any conditions. It would do well for everyone to remember that.
Article posted with permission from The Washington Standard
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