Actress Jameela Jamil: Killing My Baby in an Abortion Was the “Best Decision I Ever Made”

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   May 17, 2019   |   6:20PM   |   Washington, DC

How far society has fallen that women now brag about aborting their own children.

Jameela Jamil, an actress known for her role in NBC’s “The Good Place,” slammed Georgia’s new pro-life law Tuesday by sharing how she aborted an unborn baby years ago.

“I had an abortion when I was young, and it was the best decision I have ever made,” Jamil wrote on Twitter.

“Both for me, and for the baby I didn’t want, and wasn’t ready for, emotionally, psychologically and financially. So many children will end up in foster homes. So many lives ruined. So very cruel,” she continued.

She joined other rich Hollywood celebrities in condemning Georgia for passing a law that protects unborn babies from abortion once their heartbeats are detectable. Some have promised to boycott the state, a popular location for filming TV and movies because of tax breaks.

Failing to seeing the irony of her statement, Jamil claimed the law is “inhumane” because it protects unborn babies from abortion.

“This anti-abortion law in Georgia is so upsetting, inhumane, and blatantly demonstrative of a hatred of women, a disregard for our rights, bodies, mental health, and essentially a punishment for rape victims, forcing to carry the baby of their rapist,” she wrote.

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Jamil said she did not mean any disrespect against foster families, but she believes there would be too many “unwanted” children if abortion is outlawed.

“I’m in awe of people who take in children in need of a family and a home: but if Georgia becomes inundated with children who are unwanted or unable to be cared for, it will be hard to find great fostering for them all,” she said.

Tragically, wantedness is held up by the elite left as a good reason to end an unborn baby’s life. They do not realize that a human being’s value should not be determined by other people’s feelings about them. A human being is valuable simply because they are human, and babies are no less so simply because they have not been born yet.