It’s no secret that Hollywood is a corrupt bastion of far Left “progressive” values.
They peddle leftist talking points at every chance they get, distancing themselves from everyday Americans more and more.
But one major Hollywood figure just stepped over the line with this announcement.
The Abortion Lobby has been up in arms over the Heartbeat Bill that was signed into law in Georgia.
So naturally, big names in Hollywood are giving their unwarranted 2 cents.
Two of those names include the director of the new Star Wars film, J.J. Abrams, and Jordan Peele, the Sophomore horror film director behind “Us”.
Abrams and Peel announced they will donate 100% of their proceeds to the ACLU and Fair Fight Georgia to support abortion in Georgia.
Life News reports:
“Star Wars” producer J.J. Abrams said he and director Jordan Peele plan to donate the proceeds from their new show “Lovecraft Country” to fight against the pro-life law, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reports.
Peele, known for directing “Us” and “Get Out,” runs Monkeypaw Productions, while Abrams heads Bad Robot Productions, both of which plan to donate their episode fees to the abortion groups, according to the report.
All this spring, Hollywood liberals have been protesting the heartbeat bill by calling for a boycott of the state. Celebrities including Alec Baldwin, Amy Schumer, Rosie O’Donnell, Sean Penn, Mia Farrow and Ben Stiller joined Milano in their condemnation of the bill.
Ever since Governor Brian Kemp signed the Heartbeat Bill into law, the Left have been pushing fake news stories out like clockwork claiming the bill would criminalize women who have miscarriages.
And Hollywood liberals have been sharing these outrageous fake news stories all over social media.
This is yet another example of Hollywood liberals using their elitist position to push leftist politics.
However, the Georgia Heartbeat Bill will not criminalize women who have miscarriages, or even commit their own abortions.
It will only criminalize third parties who seek to commit abortions for women.
J.J. Abrams, Jordan Peele, and the rest of Hollywood are completely out of touch with everyday Americans.
And donating money to oppose legislation that will save untold numbers of lives is the ultimate expression of just that.
What do you think about Abrams’ and Peele’s move?
Will you still see Abrams’ new Star Wars film?
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