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Hollywood actors say science changed the abortion argument

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Movie poster “Roe V. Wade”, 2021

ORLANDO, Florida – Several cast members in the new movie “Roe vs. Wadenationwide on Friday shared their resistance to abortion in interviews with The Christian Post at the film’s premiere.

“Roe v. Wade” features a star cast, including Hollywood actors Jon Voight, Robert Davi, Corbin Bernsen, John Schneider, Stacey Dash and Nick Loeb.

The film is based on the lesser-known story of “what happened from 1966 to 1973” which led to the United States Supreme Court ruling declaring state laws prohibiting abortion unconstitutional.

Davi, an award-winning actor, screenwriter and director, played Judge William Joseph Brennan Jr., who was considered one of the country’s most influential judges on court.

“We have a hallmark Supreme Court ruling that affected people in our country and around the world. When you think about it, there are 60 million lives that have been aborted. I don’t think all of this was necessary.” he told CP at the film’s red carpet premiere at the Conservative Political Action Conference on February 26.

“For me, the movie is about seeing how this decision was made and taking a look under the thought processes of the Supreme Court justices and how they influenced each other,” he said.

Brennan was strongly in favor of Roe deer following the first hearing date on the case, held on December 13, 1971. The final decision was rendered on January 22, 1973, after the majority voted in favor of Roe deer to repeal state laws restricting abortion.

The feature film tells “the untold story of how people lied, how the media lied and how the courts were manipulated” to legalize abortion nationwide, filmmaker and actor Nick Loeb, who The abortionist Dr Bernard Nathanson plays in the film, has already said of the film.

Once considered the “king of abortion” for performing over 70,000 abortions, Nathanson came to realize the value of the unborn child and to move away from the industry.

Davi thinks Nathanson’s transformation speaks volumes about the level of people’s ignorance about abortion.

“The main thing Nick Loeb did was his character Nathan who was the main abortion [doctor], at the end of this movie, he made a big transition. So that’s a big story, ”Davi told CP. “I think that’s what was the determining factor. Let’s see how the public is able to respond to them. I’m sure it will be an interesting controversy.

Davi revealed that while researching his character, he found out that Brennan voted in favor of Roe deer following conversations with his wife. He was a Roman Catholic who then went pro-abortion and used the argument of a woman’s right to privacy because they “didn’t have the science back then.”

“It is a very difficult decision for women and men to make this decision. I believe in the sanctity of life,” said the “Die Hard” star. “People talk about the issue of illegal abortion and a lot of different things, but I think it’s necessary to have a real moral eye on the issue.

“Because we didn’t have the science back then. So now people who see science feel a little different, especially from the younger generation, ”he added.

Jalesia Franklina McQueen, co-executive co-producer of “Roe v. Wade,” which also made a cameo appearance in the film, echoed Davi’s sentiments.

“I also had an abortion when I was 19. I’ll tell you, when I watched this movie, I almost cried because it brought back a lot of memories and a lot of regrets,” he said. McQueen told CP.

“This is a very important problem and the most important is the way it is described. It is described as if they are just clumps of cells, and they are not human and people can do what they do. want them, ”she said. “It really isn’t. Science is everything to them being human lives.”

McQueen said women believe abortion is stimulating, but she believes it is “quite the opposite”.

“I have been pro-choice for many years in my life. I had my abortion and then ended up having my two children through IVF, ”she said.

McQueen is a lawyer and partner in his law firm McQueen Kuenzel LLC. She is also the co-founder and president of Embryo Defense. She was also Loeb’s lawyer in Louisiana and California in her own embryo custody case.

The actress said her own experience with abortion and an embryo custody case was what made her change her mind on the issue of life. She now has 13-year-old twins and another child with Down’s syndrome.

“It all turned me into pro-life because of my life experiences, basically, and I couldn’t imagine getting rid of the kids I have today. And I always think about the kid I have today. aborted years ago.

“Sometimes people can’t put it into context, and I think this movie really does. I think it’s a fair movie, and I know Nick Loeb has done some extensive research on it,” she declared.

CP also met Loeb at the premiere, where he said he really wanted the film to reveal how powerful the media has been in promoting the pro-choice narrative.

“I think there are a lot of parallels [to today], and I think it’s really interesting. We have this whole notion of fake media and fake news today, and people don’t realize it’s been around since the dawn of time. Loeb said. “Even in the 1970s, fake news was rife. And if you see our movie, basically the pro-abortion side used bogus media to advance their agenda. They came out and even admitted it years later; they have completely invented tricks to get their program adopted.

A fact-checking resource on the movie “Roe v. Wade” website revealed that they also lied about the number of women who die each year as a result of illegal abortions. According to Nathanson, the actual number of deceased women was 250, but the number they released to the media was 10,000. false story was broadcast by willing media companies who never questioned or confirmed the data provided to them.

“You can actually check out all the facts of any scenes you might think we made up,” Loeb said of the information in the movie.

As previously reported by CP, the film encountered several obstacles, including Facebook banning their ads as well as the loss of cast members who opposed the film’s mission.

Despite many setbacks, the film is now in theaters nationwide. For more information visit “Roe vs. Wade” movie.com.