In May 2019, the Bob Igor, CEO of Disney, aka “The happiest place on earth,” threatened the state of Georgia over their new abortion law, warning that many people will not want to work in the U.S. state.
Georgia’s Republican governor signed into law on May 7 a ban on abortion after a doctor can detect a fetal heartbeat – about six weeks into a pregnancy before many women know they are pregnant. The law is due to take effect on Jan. 1 if it survives court challenges.
The day before Igor threatened the state of Georgia, far-left Netflix chief content officer, Ted Sarandos said Netflix would cease movie and TV production if Georgia goes through with the ban, which would prevent doctors from providing women with abortions the moment a fetal heartbeat is detected. Sarandos said Netflix will continue to work with the state as long as the legislation—dubbed the “heartbeat bill”—doesn’t become state law.
Asked if Disney would keep filming in Georgia, Iger said it would be “very difficult to do so” if the abortion law is implemented.
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) May 30, 2019
How many CEO’s of major media companies will threaten to stop doing business with the state of Florida, because one of their abortion clinics threw an alive 23-week-old baby in a plastic bag and deposited her in a garbage can like everyday trash?
Life News reports – This week, at a hearing on Capitol Hill on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, Congressman Chris Smith, chair of the Pro-Life Caucus, issued the following statement:
In a Florida abortion clinic, Sycloria Williams delivered a live baby girl at 23 weeks.
The clinic owner took the baby who was gasping for air, cut her umbilical cord, threw her into a biohazard bag and put the bag in the trash.
Heartbroken, Sycloria later had a funeral for her baby girl who she named Shanice.
In Sycloria’s home state of Florida, in just one year—2017—eleven babies were born alive during abortions.
Shockingly only six states—Florida, Arizona, Michigan, Minnesota, Oklahoma and Texas—currently require the reporting of children born alive who survive abortion.
Why the coverup?
Dr. Willard Cates, MD, former head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Abortion Surveillance Unit, said: “(Live births) are little known because organized medicine, from fear of public clamor and legal action, treats them more as an embarrassment to be hushed up than a problem to be solved. It’s like turning yourself in to the IRS for an audit…what is there to gain? The tendency is not to report because there are only negative incentives.”
Shockingly, some want to legalize and legitimize this assault on children—the murder of born alive babies.
New York Governor Cuomo signed into law a bill to allow abortion until birth and even removes penalties for infanticide of any child who survives. Illinois also repealed its born alive protections. Fourteen other states have no protections for abortion survivors in place.
Not only have 61 million unborn babies been killed since 1973 by either dismemberment—a procedure where a child is decapitated and torn apart, arms, legs, and torso—or by chemical poisoning. The loss of children’s lives in America is staggering—a death toll that equates with the entire population of Italy.
When will people in the entertainment industry start defending the lives of the most vulnerable among us? If a person can be charged with a double murder for killing the mother and her unborn baby, why are they not charged with a crime for killing a baby after he or she has been born? Tell us what you think about the entertainment industry’s vile defense of killing babies in the comment section below.