The pro-abortion mob is more emboldened than ever.
The days of “safe, legal, and rare” are no more.
And now, this Hollywood A-lister known for “shouting her abortion” has been named the ACLU’s Ambassador for Reproductive Freedom.
We’ve all heard Busy Philipps’ irate monologuing. . .
She claims to be an enormous advocate for choice and has loudly shouted about her own history of abortions for years.
Unfortunately for pro-lifers, Philipps was just given a bigger platform to tout her awfulness.
In a surprising move, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) declared actress Busy Philipps as its new “Artist Ambassador for Reproductive Freedom” on January 16.
While Philipps gained fame through roles in shows like Dawson’s Creek and ER, she has recently become a vocal advocate for abortion rights, with a controversial personal history that fuels her activism.
Known for her candidness, Philipps revealed in her 2019 autobiography that she had an abortion at the age of 15.
Her openness about the experience has transformed her into a prominent figure in the pro-abortion movement.
In 2020, she delivered an angry speech at a pro-abortion rally, attributing her successful career and “beautiful life” to the autonomy she had at 15 to choose abortion.
“I have all of this… all of it… because, because, because I was allowed bodily autonomy at 15!” she screamed.
Despite her celebrity status, Philipps hasn’t limited her advocacy to personal stories.
She has actively campaigned for abortion on demand, even for minors, and participated in a promotional video for the Texas abortion business Whole Woman’s Health, a chain with a history of health inspection failures.
Jessica Herman Weitz, the ACLU’s director of artist and entertainment engagement, expressed excitement about formalizing Philipps’ role as an ACLU Artist Ambassador.
Weitz stated, “At this critical moment for abortion rights and our democracy, we look forward to working with Busy to ensure we the people hold the power over our own bodies in our country — not politicians.”
In response, Philipps said, “I’m honored to be able to use my microphone to share the importance of being able to access reproductive healthcare and advocating alongside the ACLU to protect and expand access to essential care.”
However, the alliance between Philipps and the ACLU raises concerns, particularly among pro-life Americans.
The ACLU, like other organizations, often frames abortion as healthcare.
Critics argue that while abortion may be labeled as such, it involves a brutal procedure leading to the death of a human being through starvation, dismemberment, or poisoning.
The core issue lies in the narrative perpetuated by Philipps and the ACLU, suggesting that women cannot achieve success without resorting to abortion.
Pro-life advocates argue for supporting pregnant mothers at all stages, emphasizing the importance of nurturing life rather than promoting a narrative that success is contingent on terminating pregnancies.
The concern deepens when celebrities use their platforms to convey a message that seems to overlook the emotional and physical toll of abortion on women.
Pro-lifers know that embracing life, offering alternatives to abortion, and fostering a culture of support can lead to positive outcomes for both mothers and their unborn children.
As Busy Philipps takes on her new role as an ambassador for the ACLU, the debate over reproductive rights, bodily autonomy, and the role of abortion in women’s lives continues to be a contentious issue in American society.
The partnership between a high-profile, loudmouth actress and a leading civil liberties organization adds fuel to the ongoing conversation, with pro-life voices calling for a more nuanced and life-affirming approach to women’s health and choices.
Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.