On Friday, Hollywood star Ashton Kutcher, a fierce advocate in the fight to end human trafficking, posted to his Facebook page a powerful pro-life video of Special Olympian and actor Frank Stephens speaking before Congress in 2017.
In the video, Stephens, born with Down syndrome, talks about the dangerous trend of mothers aborting their babies when prenatal screenings come back positive for the disability, and advocated for the need to fund more research into Down syndrome.
Kutcher appropriately captioned the post, "Everyone's life is valuable." Thus far, the post has generated over 100,000 shares and amassed hundreds of comments that share moving testimonials, and some that scold the actor for standing against a woman's "right to choose" — a euphemism for abortion.
"I am not a research scientist. However, no one knows more about life with Down syndrome than I do," Stephens started his moving testimony. "Whatever you learn today, please remember this: I am a man with Down syndrome and my life is worth living."