Video: Abortion Industry Celebrates “Girls” Star’s Abortion

An abortion industry group called the Center for Reproductive Rights has released a new three-minute public service announcement (PSA) starring “Girls” actress Jemima Kirke. In the spot, Kirke tells an off camera interviewer about her decision to have an abortion and “all the little hoops” she had to jump through to get one.

The 29-year-old mother of two talks publicly and candidly talks about an abortion she had in 2007… how she didn’t know if she wanted to spend her life tied to the father… and how she had to empty her checking account to pay for the procedure without anesthetic because she couldn’t afford any. Quoting Ms. Kirke:

“I wasn’t sure that I wanted to be attached to this person for the rest of my life.” “My life was not conducive to raising a healthy, happy child. I just didn’t feel it was fair.”

“It’s these obstacles and this stigma that makes these things not completely unavailable. And that’s the tricky part. We do have free choice, and we are able to do whatever we want, but then there are these little hoops we have to jump through to get them…”

The PSA is a part of the Draw the Line campaign, which encourages Americans to share their personal reproductive stories that, under any other circumstance not allowed by the abortion industry, would be a “private decision between a woman and her doctor”.

According to the Center:

“Draw the Line is a national campaign to build support across the United States for robust protections of every woman’s constitutional rights and access to safe, legal, high-quality reproductive health care—no matter where she lives.”

Or, to put it another way, to build support across the United States for abortion on demand, abortion at any time including partial birth abortion, abortion for any reason including gender, eye color or other criteria and abortion for free – aka paid for with taxpayer dollars.

According to the Center, the abortion PSA is part of a petition campaign that has so far collected 300,000 signatures. The Center delivered the petition to Congress to “advance reproductive freedom as a fundamental human right that all governments are legally obligated to protect, respect, and fulfill.”

The website for the Center for Reproductive Rights, which describes itself as a group with worldwide ambitions, has no comment on China’s “One Child” forced abortion policy… forced marriage as a matter of culture… human trafficking for profit… and the use of rape as a weapon of war by ISIS and other radical Islamic groups.