The State of Georgia is poised to enact one of the nation’s most restrictive abortion laws. House Bill 481, which Governor Brian Kemp is expected to sign if it passes, would ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected.* The proposed law has not only raised the ire of Georgia Democrats but at least one celebrity. Alyssa Milano, who portrayed Samantha on ABC’s long-running sitcom Who’s the Boss, has called for a boycott of Georgia’s burgeoning film industry after HB 481 was passed by the Georgia Senate. The actress tweeted that the bill would “strip women of their bodily autonomy.”
While purporting to be a proponent of autonomy, Milano exposes herself as painfully unaware of who the boss really is. God is the boss. He is sovereign over all of His creation, and unborn babies are made in his image. Like so many pro-abortion activists, Milano has made an idol of bodily autonomy. God, the author of all life, has granted no one the right to take the life of the innocent. Appealing to the love of money, Milano is trying to preserve the right to murder babies in Georgia by calling for an industry boycott of the state. Hopefully the citizenry and politicians of Georgia will not bow to economic pressure at the expense of the lives of the unborn.
As far as this Georgia resident is concerned, Hollywood can keep its values and money and we can keep our babies. The story of Milano should serve as a reminder to the depths of human depravity. Political activism has led Milano to wear clothing made of vegetables in support of PETA and animal rights. Yet, she goes out of her way to see that it’s easier to murder babies in Georgia. Milano may be beautiful on the outside but her inside is as black as sin. Only the blood of Jesus can wash her clean.
*The law makes exceptions in the case of rape and incest.
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