Leftists are having a total meltdown over Georgia’s pro-life Heartbeat Bill being passed into law.
Alyssa Milano has even started a “sex strike”.
But one actress’s protest takes the cake when she demanded men do something unimaginable in response to the new law.
Normally, Alyssa Milano leads the fight in Hollywood as the most unhinged, radical leftist.
She’s led the effort to get Hollywood to boycott the state of Georgia and corralled an army of celebrities to join her.
But this time Evan Rachel Wood had the honor of the most insane form of protest.
The actress tweeted that all men should be forced to undergo mandatory vasectomies instead of banning abortion after six weeks.
Hollywood actress Evan Rachel Wood took to Twitter over the weekend and joked that men should undergo mandatory surgical sterilization in response to Georgia’s “Heartbeat” abortion law, which prohibits a woman from aborting her pregnancy in the state after a heartbeat is detected.
“Please. We have been abused and used enough. They want control of our bodies. I cant even begin to explain the terrifying implications of this. Help. Please,” the Westworld star said. “They are going to try and overturn Roe vs Wade and countless women are going to die. Everyone STAND UP.”
Evan Rachel Wood later added a much more serious take on the issue which has kicked off a Hollywood-backed boycott campaign in Georgia, over the legislation Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) signed into law earlier this month.
Evan Rachel Wood’s tweet was greeted with a massive response of extreme left-wing activists retweeting her in support.
Hollywood hasn’t been this upset about something since Donald Trump was elected to the presidency.
These celebrities would rather use their fame and fortune to promote unregulated abortion than promote a cause to feed the hungry.
Alyssa Milano, Evan Rachel Wood, and the sea of celebrities dumping millions of dollars into Planned Parenthood all have the power to effect great change.
Instead, they’d rather force the state of Georgia to have unlimited and unregulated taxpayer-funded abortions.
What do you think?
Should these celebrities focus their attention on real issues that everyday Americans are dealing with?