Actress Rose McGowan ripped on “Charmed” co-star Alyssa Milano, and other celebrities upset over the Texas heart-beat abortion ban in a snarky tweet.
McGowan posted a screenshot of a Deadline article on Twitter that read: “Reese Witherspoon, Kerry Washington & Alyssa Milano Among More Than 100 Stars Expressing Outrage Over Texas Abortion Law.”
She captioned the tweet with “This is really going to help for sure absolutely moron achievement unlocked,” on Friday.
This is really going to help for sure absolutely moron achievement unlocked pic.twitter.com/eVxnapMNWm
— Rose 🌊McGowan (@rosemcgowan) September 3, 2021
After the Supreme Court denied an emergency relief request to block Texas’ new law that bars abortion after six weeks on Wednesday, Hollywood stars expressed their dissatisfaction with the ruling.
Milano, Reese Witherspoon, Yvette Nicole Brown, Mandy Moore, and Eva Longoria, amongst plenty of others shared an image with the text: “I stand in solidarity with Texans & people everywhere seeking reproductive freedom.”
“We should all be able to make our own decisions about our health & future. We have to fight for everyone’s reproductive freedom,” tweeted Kerry Washington, with a link to a Planned Parenthood petition that declared the Texas law is “a full-scale assault on abortion access.”
“Texas passed one of the most extreme abortion bans this country has ever seen. Known as S.B. 8, this law bans abortion after six weeks of pregnancy — before many people even know they’re pregnant,” the petition reads.
“This is a red alert moment for sexual and reproductive rights,” the text continues. “Other states will likely follow Texas’s playbook. We’ve seen it time and time again.”
“The Texas abortion ban is unjust and harmful to all of our rights,” “Jeopardy!” host Mayim Bialick added. “Every woman deserves her own choice of what she chooses to do with her body, no matter personal beliefs. Women’s rights are human rights.”
McGowan’s “Charmed” castmate Alyssa Milano blasted Governor Greg Abbott and the “Texas Taliban” for passing the law in an interview. “Abbott and his Texas Taliban have shown over and over and over again that they don’t care about women, the poor, or people of color. But they do care about money, above all else,” she said.
The actress also supports abolishing the filibuster because “Democrats won a united government, and need to use it.”