‘This Is War’: Hollywood Libs Convulse as Alabama Senate Passes Abortion Ban

May 15th, 2019 11:40 AM

Most Hollywood liberals not only don’t live in Alabama, they don’t visit the state either. But that hadn’t stopped their fury over the state’s attempt to limit the availability of abortion.

After the Alabama state senate voted 25-6 in favor of what the liberal media are attacking as a “near-total abortion ban” on May 15, celebrities who celebrate and revere abortion rights reacted on Twitter as if they were possessed and splashed with holy water.

These folks have been so convinced that killing unborn children is one of America’s great freedoms, that any limitations result in anguish and anger. The Alabama effort to limit abortion except when necessary to protect a mother’s health caused many actors and comedians to wail and gnash their teeth online. The bill does not include rape or incest exceptions, according to Reuters.

From former Daily Show regulars, to show hosts, Disney directors and Hamilton star Lin-Manuel Miranda, profanity, insults and anger prevailed. Show host Samantha Bee ordered, “Stay out of our snatches.” Another comedian slimed all Alabamians as being born from “rape,” another insisted that “this is war.”

Comedian and former Daily Show producer Jena Friedman lashed out against citizens of Alabama tweeting, “In Alabama, life begins at rape.” Nice shock humor there, lady. Something tells us your reproductive rights crusade has nothing to do with charity for others.

Unfunny liberal talk show host Bee tapped into to her usual private part-obsessed comedy bag of tricks to blast conservative lawmakers. The woman, who recently claimed that Sarah Huckabee Sanders was as “hideous as a pinworm in an anus,” tweeted, “Stay out of our snatches you bastards.

Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead rallied against the Alabama legislature, urging her fellow liberal, abortion lovers to “Step. The. Fuck. Up.” Winstead, who has had an abortion of her own, added, “I love the people of Alabama and want to punch their politicians in the cock.” Her anger was to be expected given that she created an entire “rapid response reproductive rights messaging hub” called Lady Parts Justice to lobby against pro-life bills.

Director of Disney’s recent A Wrinkle in Time, Ava DuVernay, shilled hard for access to abortion.

“Don’t move forward after reading this like everything is normal. Don’t shake your head at Alabama and then keep going about your day,” DuVernay wrote. “Realize that this is a warning. It’s Alabama and abortion today. It’s you and your rights tomorrow. Your silence will not save you. So speak up.

Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda broke his normally cheery Twitter presence, reinforcing DuVernay’s fears. Responding to her, Miranda said, “You’re right to be horrified. Your life and your body are your own. Now we find ways to help those most impacted. Let’s go.” Actually, in the case of an abortion the one “most impacted” is the unborn baby who dies, Lin-Manuel. Helping the unborn is precisely what many in Alabama are trying to do.

Feminist, author and actress Amber Tamblyn tweeted “Good Morning, women. Make no mistake. This is war,” while TV writer and producer Allison Bennett claimed, “All abortion is legal and worthy.”

Get Out actor Bradley Whitford got hysterical saying, “Again. Misogyny is the reptilian brain stem of right wing ideology. It is not a bug. It is the feature. Wake. The. Fuck. Up.