Alyssa Milano Calls on Hollywood to Boycott Georgia For Passing Abortion Ban

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Mar 25, 2019   |   4:39PM   |   Washington, DC

Celebrity Alyssa Milano wants Hollywood to boycott the state of Georgia for being pro-life.

The pro-abortion actress (“Who’s the Boss?” “Project Runway: All Stars”) criticized the state Friday for passing a bill to protect unborn babies from abortion after their heartbeats are detectable, according to the Washington Examiner.

“There are over 20 productions shooting in GA, and the state just voted to strip women of their bodily autonomy,” she wrote on Twitter. “Hollywood! We should stop feeding GA economy.”

The Georgia Senate passed the bill Friday. If enacted, it would prohibit most abortions. Unborn babies’ heartbeats are detectable by about six weeks of pregnancy, before many women even know they are pregnant.

In addition, the bill would allow parents to claim unborn babies as dependents on their taxes and include the unborn baby in census data. It also would allow mothers to collect child support for pregnancy and delivery costs from the father prior to the baby’s birth.

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Here’s more from the report:

Georgia is the “number one filming location in the world,” according to the deputy commissioner for the Georgia Film, Music and Digital Entertainment Office. It’s a beautiful state with relatively low taxes and the perfect urban settings for everything from “Baby Driver” to “The Walking Dead.”

Let’s not forget that Milano is the same celeb who last fall called for a boycott of Georgia just because it elected another Republican governor.

Milano has been heavily involved in abortion advocacy in the past several years. She recently called pro-life advocates “evil, sexist and racist” for wanting to overturn Roe v. Wade and protect unborn babies. She also refuses to call people who oppose abortion “pro-life,” instead labeling them “anti-choice.”

This winter, pro-life lawmakers have introduced a number of heartbeat bills including in Florida, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.

Some pro-lifers have renewed hope that the new conservative-majority U.S. Supreme Court will uphold an abortion ban and overturn Roe v. Wade. Others, however, are hesitant because of concerns about losing the court battle and being forced to reimburse pro-abortion groups for their legal fees.

Recently, a federal judge blocked Kentucky’s new heartbeat bill.