December 9, 2019 (Society for the Protection of Unborn Children) — Jameela Jamil, British actress and TV personality, has targeted pro-lifers in her most recent online pro-abortion tantrum. Jamil berated the pro-life Twitter audience as “clueless”, likening them to trolls and instructed those who disagreed with her to “suck on that.” Eden Linton, SPUC Youth and Education Officer said: “In a society where celebrities are so glorified, it is extremely concerning to see statements such as these spewed across social media with the ability to influence others.”
In her tweet, Jamil targeted pro-lifers saying: “To the people trolling me and because we said there is no democracy without a woman’s right to choose…I SAID WHAT I F‑‑‑‑‑‑ SAID and you’re clueless if you think I’m going to take it back. My life *is* more important to me than an unborn fetus’ one. Suck on that.”
This is the latest outburst of pro-abortion Jamil, who has called her own abortion “the best decision” she has “ever made” for both herself and her baby. Earlier this year, Jamil suggested it was better to kill children in the womb rather than letting them live in foster care.
Ms Linton said: “Pro-abortion celebrity culture has been widely circulating on social media in recent months. Pro-abortion celebrities like Jamil are under the illusion that their lives are of more value than others. Their attitudes are entirely over-indulged. But in a celebrity culture, these views influence others and are contributing to the vilification and intolerance of people with pro-life views.”
Celebrities Scandalised By Not Killing Unborn Children
Jamil’s outburst is not the first time that the anti-life motives of Hollywood celebrities have been exposed.
Earlier this year, a band of more than 40 Hollywood celebrities expressed their collective outrage over the prospect of legal protections being passed in the state of Georgia, which would safeguard unborn children from abortion. The celebrities, who included Ben Stiller, Amy Schumer and Alec Baldwin, penned a letter to the Governor of Georgia, threatening to boycott the state if legal protections for unborn children were introduced, and described the safeguards as ‘evil.’
Similarly, entertainment giants Netflix and Disney, who often market their business to very young children, protested the prospect of unborn children being protected from abortion. Both companies issued threats to boycott the state of Georgia if legal protections for unborn children were introduced.
Ms Linton added: “The relentless attempt from entertainment giants to normalise the mass killing of unborn children and bully into submission those who try to protect them is despicable.
“The fact that celebrities and the entertainment industry as a whole, believe themselves to be so superior, that they can manipulate and bully legislators and audiences for their own pro-abortion agenda is utterly contemptible.”
Published with permission from the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children.
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