The Supreme Court just leaked a document confirming the Justices will vote to overturn Roe v Wade. Hollywood is in an uproar.
Here are 5 of the angriest takes from Actors opposing the coming ruling
For 40 years I’ve been telling the progressive intelligencia to stop using the word abortion. Because it’s never been the issue. The issue is FUNDAMENTAL WOMEN’S EQUAL RIGHTS! Using the word abortion creates and demands the equal passion of anti-abortion. And now it’s too late.
— Stevie Van Zandt (@StevieVanZandt) May 3, 2022
I can’t believe we are here. Book burning, bans on classroom discussions about race and sexuality, the erosion of voter’s rights aimed at the poor and people of color. It’s literally a right wing crack down on democratic norms. The worst are full of passionate intensity.
— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) May 3, 2022
Make no mistake. A majority in this country are angry tonight. Not a small majority. A giant majority. I am seeing that rage. I am hearing that rage. I am feeling that rage. And to all scared women tonight, I will fight for you & with you. I will fight like hell. We all must.
— Josh Gad (@joshgad) May 3, 2022
Those motherf*****s really did it. First they came for Black voters, then they targeted LGBTQ+ families. Now, women of America, they’re overruling Roe v. Wade.
We have to unite and strike back. Take to the streets. Overwhelm them at the ballot box. They have gone too damn far.
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) May 3, 2022
Reproduction decisions should stay between a person who menstruates or a person who identifies as a menstruater and their physician…or a person who identifies as a physician.
— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) May 3, 2022
At a time like this, it can seem like all of Hollywood thinks killing children is a fundamental human right. It can be especially easy to believe this when everyone even remotely pro-life in Hollywood is either silenced or swept under the rug. Still, some stand their ground.
In 2018, Joy Villa went to the Grammy’s in this glorious dress:
Joy Villa, singer/songwriter, Pro-life Advocate ❤️
Joy is particularly well-known for her pro-life dress worn at this year’s 2018 Grammy’s – featuring a painting of her unborn child, lovingly given to an adoptive mother…AND SHE’S MARCHING FOR LIFE WITH US 🙌 #Prolife pic.twitter.com/GAsTfvWfR0
— March4LifeUK (@March4LifeUK) April 30, 2018
Chuck Norris has been not only outspoken but eloquent on the issue of safeguarding life. In 2021, he wrote this piece on abortion and the madness of climate change hysteria. “Whether in the U.S. Capital or in cities across every state of our union, we shouldn’t justify violence to humans outside the womb or inside the womb. Instead, we should esteem all human life from conception to the grave.”
Kevin Sorbo also chimed in today:
So am I allowed comment on Roe V Wade or do I have to identify as a woman first before I speak?
— Kevin Sorbo (@ksorbs) May 3, 2022
Still, while examples exist, they’re incredibly hard to find. Part of saving this country will be taking back our media. As long as it’s this taboo to speak your mind in defense of life in one of the most influential industries in the country, we will have a long way to go.