Alyssa Milano Claims “I Believe in God,” But Uses Bible Verse to Support Abortion

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Apr 2, 2019   |   10:06AM   |   Washington, DC

Actress Alyssa Milano got herself back in the spotlight this month by fighting for the abortion industry.

Milano has been urging Hollywood to boycott Georgia after it passed a bill to protect unborn babies once they have a detectable heartbeat. And on Monday, she tried to justify her abortion advocacy by referring to her Christian faith.

The Daily Wire reports Milano quoted the Bible and said she loves God as she defended the legalized slaughter of unborn babies in abortions.

“I love God. I believe in God,” she wrote on Twitter. “But I don’t believe my personal beliefs of which we can’t confirm should override scientific facts and what we can confirm.”

Science is not on the pro-abortion movement’s side, though. Textbooks, scientists and even some abortion activists acknowledge that a new human life begins at the moment of conception, complete with his/her own unique DNA.

Milano concluded by citing a verse from the Bible to defend her position: “’If I have told you earthly things and you do not believe, how can you believe if I tell you heavenly things?’ John 3:12.”

Hollywood liberals like Milano are upset about Georgia’s heartbeat bill, which would protect unborn babies from abortion once their heartbeats are detectable. In the past week, celebrities like Alec Baldwin, Amy Schumer, Rosie O’Donnell, Sean Penn, Mia Farrow and Ben Stiller have joined Milano in their condemnation of the pro-life bill. They are threatening to boycott the state, where Hollywood films many television shows and movies.

The state Senate passed the heartbeat bill (House Bill 481) last week. It would ban abortions on an unborn baby after their heartbeat is detectable, around six weeks. It would allow exceptions for rape, incest and threats to the mother’s life. 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.

Gov. Brian Kemp said he will sign the bill if it reaches his desk.

“I do not think it will hurt the film industry in Georgia or any other business whatsoever,” Kemp told WTOC News 11 in response to the celebrities’ threats. “Us sticking up for our Georgia values and protecting life is not going to protect a bad business environment in Georgia, I can promise you.”