“Will and Grace” Actress Debra Messing Wears “1973” Necklace to Celebrate Abortion

National   Steven Ertelt   Aug 14, 2018   |   11:25AM    Washington, DC

Fresh from saying that Christians should be forced to fund abortions, “Will and Grace” actress Debra Messing is now sporting a “1973” necklace celebrating abortion and the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized virtually unlimited abortions throughout pregnancy.

As LifeNews reported last week, Messing apparently believes that Christians should be forced to fund abortions. She 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.

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.

Now, Messing is continuing to prove her love of and devotion to abortion. She posted a picture on her Instagram page of herself wearing a new necklace honoring the abortion decision.

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Physicians For Reproductive Health asked @SophieRatner_Jewelry to create a necklace to commemorate the 45th Anniversary of the historic Roe vs Wade Supreme Court Decision. I proudly wear this urgent reminder that women’s right to make choices concerning their reproductive health has been adjudicated, and yet there is a serious threat to that Right. Brett Kavanaugh is the nominee for the empty Supreme Court seat, and he has said he believes that decision should be overturned. That is why it is so important to call your members of Congress and tell them they must #BlockKavanaugh. Millions of pages of Kavanaugh’s record during his tenure in the Bush White House are being withheld from MOCs to read and consider before voting on his nomination. This has never happened in the history of our country. #WhatAreTheyHiding? It must be very bad for them to block them from seeing the light of Day. This Supreme Court seat will be held for the duration of his/(her) life. It will shape law for generations. It is the most important decision that will be made in our lifetime. Please show your support for the rights women have held for over 4 decades. #SaveRoe

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In a note accompanying the picture, Messing says she is “proud” to wear the reminder that unborn children can be killed in abortions with virtually no limits throughout the country. As she has said previously, she criticized Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh for saying that he believes the radical Supreme Court decision ought to be overturned.

Messing went on to say that she believes the ability to abort a baby for any reason is “the most important decision that will be made in our lifetime.” The belief that abortion somehow gives women additional rights is completely far-fetched. Women enjoy each and every right that men do even if they don’t decide to terminate the life of their unborn baby.

Abortion actually denies the rights of women by claiming that somehow they are unable to exercise the full enjoyment of rights that they have unless they kill their baby in an abortion. it leaves women with guilt and regret over an aborted child and has been proven to cause a wide range of physical health and mental health problems.