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Woke Hollywood celebrities are losing their minds on social media over the passing of the Texas Heartbeat Act

Thanks to the Texas Heartbeat Act (SB8), which went into effect Wednesday, September 1 at midnight, Texas has become the first US state to ban abortion – a move that has led a number of Hollywood woke celebrities to have public meltdowns.

The bill, recently passed by the Texas Legislature and signed into law by Governor Greg Abbott (right), prohibits abortions from the time a fetal heartbeat has been detected, which can occur as early as 6 weeks of pregnancy . The law also gives private citizens the ability to bring civil action against abortion providers.

Source: Texas Right to Life, Twitter

the Texas right to life The organization says that under the law, “anyone can sue any abortion provider who kills an unborn child after six weeks’ gestation – and anyone can sue anyone who aids or abets these illegal abortions. “.

Not only that, but “All of these individuals must pay damages to the person who sued them of at least $10,000 for each illegal abortion they perform or assist.”

Source: Pregnant (2020), Warner Bros.

Join the crowd of woke Hollywood elitists, all of whom lost their minds to the passing of the Texas Heartbeat Act. Taking to social media, some even went so far as to compare Republican conservatives, whose political support for the law led to its passage, to the Taliban.

“Texas’ most recent abortion ban, #SB8, gives politicians, neighbors and even strangers the right to sue those who provide – or simply help patients obtain – abortions after 6 weeks,” wrote famed left-wing activist Alyssa Milano, adding, “It’s time to fight for our #BansOffOurBodies.

Source: Alyssa Milano, Twitter

Veep and Seinfeld actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus used the occasion to promote the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act (HR4.), an act that could radically change the US electoral system by giving the Department of Biden’s Justice screening a voter. Identity Act.

“Yet another reason we need to call our senators and demand they pass federal voter rights legislation #HR4,” the actress wrote. “Public pressure (AKA calling your senators!) is essential to advancing national legislation and protecting our precious voting rights. Call today!”

Source: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Twitter

Actor and comedian Michael Rapaport went even further, comparing the passing of the Texas Heartbeat Act and the state of Texas to the Taliban.

“In Texas, it’s My Body My Choice for vaccinations, but that doesn’t apply to women having abortions,” Rapaport said. “A rape and then! Incest and then! Texas is on Taliban shit now.

Source: Michael Rapaport, Twitter

A terrible comparison was shared by woke left-wing activist Rosanna Arquette, who simply tweeted: “Force vasectomies on men.”

Source: Rosanna Arquette, Twitter

Rosanna Arquette’s sister, Patricia, had a bit more to share, writing, “Texas claims to believe in freedom while demanding surveillance of American women’s wombs as property of their state.”

Source: Patricia Arquette, Twitter

Emmy Rossum shared the exact same post that Alyssa Milano and other woke celebrities have copied and pasted on their social media, encouraging others to “fight for our reproductive health and rights.”

Similarly, in 2019, the Dragon Ball: Evolution and Shameless actress also backed a call for Hollywood to boycott the state of Georgia over HB 481 Georgia’s Living Infants Fairness and Equality (LIFE) law. Act.

Source: Emmy Rossum, Twitter

Dune actor Dave Bautista joined other woke celebrities protesting SB8, sharing the news that the law had gone into effect and writing, “The United States is literally moving away. Absolutely devastating.

Source: Dave Bautista, Twitter

In a follow-up tweet, Bautista shared a quote from White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki and exclaimed, “I swear to god I love this woman!” Jen Psaki is EH VUR REE THING!

Cited in response to EWTN Catholic TV reporter Owen Jensen, who asked, “Why does the President support abortion when his own Catholic faith teaches it’s morally wrong?” PSAKI can be read as saying, “I know you have never faced these choices. and you’ve never been pregnant, but for women who have faced those choices, it’s an incredibly difficult thing.

“The president believes that this right must be respected,” she concluded.

Source: Dave Bautista, Twitter

Interestingly, Psaki’s response negates the Democratic Party’s own belief that men can get pregnant, which is rather surprising, as the White House press secretary’s response manages to sound quite pragmatic instead of relying on their characteristic awakened idealism.

Arrested Development actor David Cross rbr took the opportunity to slam former President Donald Trump, who apparently lives rent-free on the heads of woke Hollywood celebrities even months after leaving office.

“Moving to Texas to make a ton of money flipping conflicted pregnant women and then taking my $$$ and using it to skip the line on swelling and also buy gold toilets like Trump did “, wrote Cross on Wednesday.

Source: David Cross, Twitter

Comedian and actress Chelsea Handler wrote, “Texas will force you to be a mother unless your fetus is critical of race theory,” as if that meant the red state would turn a blind eye to abortions if the aborted individuals did not share their same opinions.

Handler’s rather controversial take sounds a bit racist, doesn’t it?

Source: Chelsea Manager, Twitter

Doubling down on his position, Handler added, “Texas won’t stop a virus from reproducing, but it will prosecute a woman who doesn’t — nice job, men,” assuming only men support the Texas Heartbeat Act.

Source: Chelsea Manager, Twitter

“How would Republicans in Texas feel if there was a law giving $10,000 in civil penalties to anyone who successfully reports someone for not getting a vaccine? wondered Star Trek actor George Takei. “Sounds pretty awful and unconstitutionally invasive, right?”

Source: George Takei, Twitter

Enraged left-wing activist Mark Ruffalo even found it necessary to call for mass civil disobedience.

“This should be how all women’s rights and abortion rights groups, organizations and individuals should react to this bill, making it unenforceable,” Ruffalo said in response to a tweet. from the official account of the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services who literally supported the idea that “Some laws are meant to be broken”.

“Mass civil disobedience is in order,” he finally declared.

Source: Mark Ruffalo, Twitter

Actor and comedian Andy Richter went so far as to recommend a website that makes it easy to get abortion pills.

“Here is a website for an organization that is a source of information for obtaining abortion pills,” Richter wrote, encouraging his followers to “Bookmark and Share” the link he provided.

Source: Andy Richter, Twitter

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