Alyssa Milano and 50 Hollyweirdos sign letter threatening to boycott Georgia for prolife ‘heartbeat’ bill

There is a pro-life bill in Georgia’s state legislature, HB 481: Living Infants Fairness and Equality (LIFE) Act, aka fetal heartbeat bill, which recognizes unborn children as “natural persons” and that the “full value of a child begins when a heartbeat exists” — typically at six weeks’ gestation.

The source of the GIF is this YouTube video.

Accordingly, the bill requires physicians performing abortions to determine the existence of a detectable human heartbeat before performing an abortion. “No abortion is authorized or shall be performed if an unborn child has been determined in accordance with Code Section 31-9B-2 to have a detectable human heartbeat”.

The bill defines a detectable human heartbeat as “embryonic or fetal cardiac activity or the steady and repetitive rhythmic contraction of the heart within the gestational sac.” HB 481 furthermore states that “unless otherwise provided by law, any natural person, including an unborn child with a detectable human heartbeat, shall be included in population based determinations.”

The bill allows for some exceptions to the prohibition against aborting an unborn child with a detectable human heartbeat:

  1. “when a physician determines in reasonable medical judgment, that a medical emergency exists”.
  2. when “the probable gestational age of the unborn child is 20 weeks or less and the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest in which an official police report has been filed alleging the offense of rape or incest.”
  3. If the physician determines the “pregnancy is medically futile.”

On March 22, 2019, by a vote of 34-18, the Georgia Senate passed HB 481. The bill now goes to Georgia’s House of Representatives for agreement before making its way to the desk of Governor Brian Kemp, a Republican, who had promised his support on the campaign trail and has reiterated his position since. With his approval, Georgia will join Kentucky and Mississippi in recently approving such legislation. Iowa did so last year. A heartbeat bill in Tennessee has passed the House of Representatives. (Christian Index)

Georgia’s fetal heartbeat bill so incensed blood-thirsty Hollyweirdos that about 50 of them signed a letter threatening to boycott the state if Governor Kemp signs the bill into law.

The letter was written by actress Alyssa Milano, 46, the has-been, rode-hard actress who wore a cleavage-bearing low-cut blouse to SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate hearing last October.

The letter was sent to Governor Kemp and Georgia House Speaker David Ralston (R), yesterday, March 28. The letter says:

As actors, our work often brings us to Georgia…. We’ve been glad to bring millions of dollars in revenue to support Georgia’s schools, parks and communities.

But we cannot in good conscience continue to recommend our industry remain in Georgia if H.B. 481 becomes law.

This dangerous and deeply-flawed bill…would…force many women to undergo unregulated, hidden procedures at great risk to their health.

We can’t imagine being elected officials who had to say to their constituents, “I enacted a law that was so evil, it chased billions of dollars out of our state’s economy.” It’s not the most effective campaign slogan, but rest assured we’ll make it yours should it come to pass….

We want to stay in Georgia…. But we will…do everything in our power to move our industry to a safer state for women if H.B. 481 becomes law.

According to Deadline and Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the actors who signed the letter  include Uzo Aduba (who’s dat?), Christina Applegate, Essence Atkins (who’s dat?), Alec Baldwin, Don Cheadle, David Cross, Mia Farrow, Colin Hanks, Rosie O’Donnell, Patton Oswalt, Sean Penn, Amy Schumer, Sarah Silverman, Ben Stiller, Amber Tamblyn, Gabrielle Union, and Bradley Whitford.

~Eowyn

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JCscuba
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JCscuba

I’m sorry, is it o.k. to say Fuck Them on your site??? If it is my apologies. They need to be water boarded 3-4 times a day. Thanks for the post. J.C.

YouKnowWho
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YouKnowWho

wish we could pass a law like that here. 50 hollyweirdo idiots not coming here would be worth the supposed cost. I don’t go the movies anyway so no loss to me. Twisted, demented, insane, screwed up by money and lifestyle and they want to tell me how think. I’d be better able to give them acting pointers.

andre
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andre

It would be a good break for Georgia if they had no presence in the state. Praying for the fetal heartbeat law to pass.

Captain America
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Captain America

Satanists, every one of them.

JCscuba
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JCscuba

You are a Rock Star Dr. E

buzzvader
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I hope there are more lists like this. Now I know who not to watch or pay attention to when they open their mouths and speak “Death” to America and the innocents we vow to protect.

William
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William

Has-beens and never-heard-ofs, doing the bidding of the Master in exchange for free publicity. Georgians must be shaking in their boots wondering how they can possibly survive without these satanic slimeballs

DCG
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I doubt that Gov. Kemp gives a flying F what these asshats think.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

How will Georgia ever survive without their presence? They must be “self-important”. I know they’re not “impotent” or they wouldn’t be worried about this bill.

I guess there are people who get up and just have to kill something. An infant is perfect for them because they’re powerless to fight back.

These creatures are totally insane. They don’t even recognize how twisted they’ve become.

CalGirl
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CalGirl

I have been waiting and praying for the (belated) day when medical science catches up with the pro-abort crowd. I believe Georgia is ahead of the law at this time, but is on the perfectly right track: we’ve known for decades now how to perceive/exhibit the heartbeat of a developing fetus, and the approximate time when this heartbeat became discernable. However, being as ignorant medically in the general population even 3 or more decades ago, this was disregarded as a sign of “life independent from the mother.” And, so, we got Roe v. Wade, which is a legal call and… Read more »

Kevin Lankford
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Kevin Lankford

The whole world has accepted from the beginning that ‘no heart beat’ does define death, though persons have now been regularly revived from cardiac arrest. If successfully revived they are certainly allowed to live out their remaining time.

I just don’t see where this “bill” forces any body to do any thing other than to acknowledge and respect life.

Steven Broiles
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Ms. Milano is obviously not handling her mid-life crisis very well. She is trying too hard to remain relevant. As for Mia Farrow (whom I have the misfortune to share a birthday with!), I heard, about two months ago, that she had a menage a trois with Woody Allen and their adopted daughter Soon-Yi. (I hope this is not true, and if you have to redact this, Dr. E., for your protection, by all means do so). Long Story Short: What I see here is a lot of virtue-signaling. And man, am I so damned sick of it. What would… Read more »

TrailDust
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Thy’ll never travel to Georgia? Promises, promises.

askandgettruth
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askandgettruth

what is wrong with milano ? this is the hollyweird sickos, they play a make believe on tv but they can’t tell that from real life. did the doctor drop her on her head when she was born?? or is it the better and i know more than everybody else? used to play in a family show to this SPELLS PHONY.you are never that good and now you are all washed up and left out to dry. stay home and care for your family before you lose that along with your common sense.

greenworxx
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greenworxx

If only more states will follow Georgia’s lead and example to save babies’ lives.

Recynd77
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Recynd77

“Awwww, look at the actors, trying to remain relevant…it’s cute, almost.”

That’s the first thought that sprang into my head. The other thought, relating to, “I enacted a law that was so evil, it chased billions of dollars out of our state’s economy…”, was this: “Didn’t the abolition of slavery drive vast amounts of money out of the South’s economy?” Doing the right thing often has negative consequences…so what? Oh, those simple, self-righteous whores. And that’s exactly what actors and actresses are: whores, but without the honesty, because they pretend they’re not.

I concur with JCscuba: Fuck them.

notonmywatch
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notonmywatch

I wonder if they have considered that Georgia could care less what Hollywood thinks or does? Yes, they make alot of films in Georgia, but it seems to me that Hollywood needs Georgia and not the other way around. Georgia is absolutely beautiful and I am sure they will be just fine with tourism, et al. Hollywood is a Marxist/socialist/leftist propaganda machine that needs to be crushed.

Bill Garrison
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Bill Garrison

Two words for these elitists

Buh-Bye

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