Woman Becomes Pro-Life After Watching Gosnell Movie: “I Finally Understand the Horror of Abortion”

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Oct 22, 2018   |   5:36PM   |   Washington, DC

A college student who watched the new “Gosnell” movie said she became pro-life because of the film.

Kathy Zhu, a student at the University of Central Florida, has a huge following on social media. She first entered the spotlight two years ago when she began questioning her liberal beliefs. Zhu said she used to be a Democrat and initially supported pro-abortion candidate Hillary Clinton, but she decided to support President Donald Trump after researching their positions on national security in depth, according to Fusion.

On Sunday, she promoted “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” to her nearly 50,000 Twitter followers, saying it changed her perspective on abortion.

“Yesterday, I was pro-choice. I believed that women should have a say & the gov shouldn’t be interfering w/ our lives,” she wrote. “Today, I’m pro-life.”

“Gosnell,” which opened Oct. 12, follows the true story of Kermit Gosnell, a Philadelphia abortionist who murdered newborn babies and committed numerous other crimes inside his “house of horrors” abortion facility. It stars Dean Cain (“Lois & Clark”) and is directed by Nick Searcy (“The Shape of Water,” “Justified”). It broke into the top 10 films in its first weekend.

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Many said they felt encouraged by Zhu’s response.

At least one other person told Zhu that they also changed their mind after hearing about Gosnell.

In 2013, a jury convicted Gosnell of murdering three newborn babies and contributing to the death of a female patient, along with numerous other crimes. He was sentenced to three consecutive life terms in prison. The grand jury report indicates abortion activists ignored Gosnell, allowing his horrific business to continue for decades.

The film is rated PG-13. Hundreds of theaters across the U.S. are showing the film. For more details, visit gosnellmovie.com.