Abortion activists have been enamored with the book-turned-TV series “A Handmaid’s Tale,” a dystopian world where women are forced to bear children.
On Sunday, Planned Parenthood and other abortion activists celebrated when the TV series won a number of Emmys, including “Best Drama Series.”
PJ Media reports show writer and executive producer Bruce Miller urged people to be activists when he accepted the award Sunday. Though he did not mention the words abortion or reproductive rights, that is the show’s core message.
“Go home. Get to work. We have a lot of things to fight for,” Miller said.
Planned Parenthood took the quote to mean them. The abortion chain is fighting to continue receiving nearly half a billion tax dollars each year, while aborting more unborn babies than any other group in the United States.“Couldn’t think of a better ending to the #Emmys if we tried,” Planned Parenthood tweeted with a link to Miller’s quote.
— Planned Parenthood (@PPact) September 18, 2017
The radical pro-abortion group NARAL was more direct in its congratulations:
— NARAL (@NARAL) September 18, 2017
The book “centers around a dystopian future in which almost every human right, including the control over whom to have sex with, has been stripped from women. With its focus on women becoming unwilling human incubators for a religious ruling elite, the book has often been seen as offering commentary on the very contemporary debate over abortion rights,” according to Salon.
Abortion activists have used the novel and show to compare abortion regulations to enslaving women. They claim pro-lifers want to “force” women to carry their unborn babies. Lately, they have been dressing up in red and white “Handmaid” costumes in an attempt to claim women need to be able to abort their unborn babies to be free.
Author Margaret Atwood herself also has criticized efforts to protect unborn babies and likened pro-life laws to slavery. She was on stage with the show producers at the Emmys when they accepted the award.
Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry have received a lot of support from liberal Hollywood, but even the massive, rich entertainment industry has not been able to hide the truth that abortion is a painful, devastating problem in our society that destroys babies’ lives and leaves many mothers suffering for decades.