Actress Debra Messing of “Will and Grace” fame apparently believes that Christians should be forced to fund abortions.
Yesterday Messing sent out a tweet blasting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. In her tweet she defended abortion and blasted Brett Kavanaugh’s record as leading pro-abortion groups like Planned Parenthood and others have been doing recently.
Judge Kavanaugh has ruled in past cases to restrict women’s access to safe, legal abortion. He has argued that a boss’s religious beliefs override people’s access to health care. He DOESN’T belong on our Supreme Court. #SaveRoe #BlockBrett
— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) August 8, 2018
But the actress went a step further. Included in her tweet was a comment that the Christian views of employers should not supersede supposed health care rights. Her tweet is a reference to the landmark Supreme Court decision regarding Hobby Lobby. That’s the Christian-owned business that did not want to be forced to pay for abortion-causing drugs for its employees in its health care plan.
Although the Supreme Court ultimately sided with Hobby Lobby and its religious rights and freedoms, apparently Debra Messing believes that Christians should be forced to fund abortions instead.
Missing also appears to believe that abortion is health care even though it injures women and destroys the life of another patient, namely an unborn baby.
The pro-abortion side argued that Hobby Lobby was supposedly interfering with women’s access to birth control and contraception. If Messing believes that’s the case apparently she needs to pull out her cell phone and Google birth control and contraception. She would easily find dozens and dozens of drug stores, medical clinics, doctors offices, and other clinics and stores that sell birth control and contraception. No one has a lack of access to birth control and contraception in the United States. It’s merely a matter of whether or not Christians are going to be forced to fund abortion causing drugs. That has been and continues to be the only issue here — not whether anyone can or can’t go down to their local CVS and purchase a package of birth control or a box of Trojans.
And when it comes to Brett Kavanaugh, his record on Hobby Lobby is exemplary and worthy of support from pro-life advocates. Kavanaugh has taken the pro-life side in important cases and has very strong pro-life Bona fides — prompting leading pro-life groups to praise him for a sterling pro-life record.