Following the election of President Donald Trump, Alyssa Milano has become one of the most well-known activists in left-wing politics, particularly when it comes to abortion. The actress was vocal in her opposition to the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and was the face of a Hollywood boycott that unsuccessfully attempted to derail pro-life legislation in Georgia dubbed the "heartbeat bill." Last week, she called for a "sex strike" to promote abortion “rights” and appeared on CNN days later to denounce protections for the unborn.
But even with the sex strike under her (chastity) belt, the 46-year-old has yet to exhaust all her avenues to wildly support the murder of babies in the womb. Her latest tactic? Using her young daughter.
On Wednesday, Milano posted a photo of herself hugging her baby girl with the caption, “This is my daughter. Her rights are human rights,” adding the hashtag, “#WomensRightsAreHumanRights."
Of course, about half of all abortion victims are unborn girls. Milano’s daughter deserved the right to exist, first and foremost, as do all other little girls and boys. Yet, Milano is siding with Roe v. Wade, which has enabled the murder of some 60 million children — including about 30 million little girls — since the fateful Supreme Court decision in 1973.
Milano’s tweet generated some strong pro-life reactions. One man posted an ultrasound video of his daughter from last year. “Here is MY daughter, circa one year ago. I recognized her human rights,” he wrote.
“This is also your daughter. Her rights mattered then too,” another Twitter user wrote, captioning a photo of a pregnant Milano.
“I’m sure she is glad she wasn’t aborted with a mother who has made a second career of pushing for abortion. She survived your #RightToChoose," said fierce pro-life advocate Obianuju Ekeocha.
To the chagrin of abortion advocates like Milano, unborn babies have recently received protections in states like Georgia and Alabama. Last week, a so-called “heartbeat bill” was signed into law in Georgia despite Hollywood’s threat to boycott the state. The legislation protects unborn babies with detectable heartbeats (so from around six weeks gestation).
On Wednesday, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey, a Republican, signed the nation’s most restrictive abortion bill into law, the Alabama Human Life Protection Act. The legislation outlaws abortion in all cases, save an exemption for the life of the mother. Third-party abortionists could face life in prison for murdering an unborn baby.
"Today, I signed into law the Alabama Human Life Protection Act, a bill that was approved by overwhelming majorities in both chambers of the Legislature," said Governor Ivey. "To the bill’s many supporters, this legislation stands as a powerful testament to Alabamians’ deeply held belief that every life is precious and that every life is a sacred gift from God."