Hollywood is about fantasy. What we see up on the big screen is not real. Actors are not shot with real bullets. Steve Buscemi was not put through a wood chipper in Fargo. No one died in the sniper battle between Jude Law and Ed Harris in Enemy at the Gates (2001). Harris, playing German sniper Major Erwin König, “survives” a direct shot to the head by Jude Law’s non-existent bullet.
All the corpses during the filming of the Battle for Stalingrad get up after the director says “cut” to go home to their families.
Many (most?) actors and actresses in Hollywood seem to think that abortion is part of some Hollywood script. Like the films they’re in, no one really gets hurt. The sad fact is, somebody always dies.
Scarlett Johansson (whose mother did not abort her) has been a long-time supporter of Planned Parenthood. She spoke at the 2012 Democrat National Convention in support of Planned Parenthood and blasted President George W. Bush’s pro-life views.
Johansson describes abortion as liberation; liberty for her but not for the unborn children that are killed by their mothers.
To show her undying support for the real bloody business, Johansson has designed pink T-shirts that read on the front, “Hey Politicians! The 1950s called.” On the back, the shirts say: “They want their sexism back!” Text on the left sleeve is signed, “Love Scarlett Johansson.”
Not wanting to kill unborn babies is sexism?