Alyssa Milano: It’s Wrong to Execute Convicted Murders, But Executing Babies in Abortions is OK

National   Micaiah Bilger   Jul 26, 2019   |   11:54AM    Washington, DC

Actress Alyssa Milano believes some human beings deserve to be protected from death but others don’t.

Most people would call that discrimination, but Milano and abortion activists like her don’t see it that way. On Thursday, she blasted pro-lifers who support the Trump administration after Attorney General William Barr announced plans to allow the execution of five convicted child murderers, according to the Daily Wire.

In her mind, pro-lifers are hypocrites for saying innocent babies in the womb deserve to be protected from death but convicted murderers do not.

“Your administration just reinstated the death penalty and scheduled 5 executions of *actual* people,” Milano wrote on Twitter when someone challenged her abortion views. “You’ve lost the right to pull your, ‘pro-life’ narrative-talking-point-b——- with me.”

Her comment was a response to someone pointing out her support for Planned Parenthood, which aborts more unborn babies than any other group in the U.S. Earlier this year, Milano also urged fellow Hollywood elites to boycott Georgia and other states after they passed laws banning abortions after an unborn baby’s heartbeat is detectable.

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On Friday, conservative commentator Allie Beth Stuckey exposed Milano’s hypocrisy on the issue, responding: “Let’s all get something straight here. It’s not hypocritical to believe murderers should get the death penalty and unborn babies shouldn’t. It is hypocritical to believe murderers shouldn’t get the death penalty but unborn babies should.”

Pro-lifers have different opinions about the death penalty. Many oppose it, as they oppose the killing of unborn babies, because every human life is valuable and death is irreversible. Others believe it is necessary at times for the most violent criminals who have been convicted of their crimes. Unlike unborn babies, they have been given a trial and chance to appeal before they are executed.

Unborn babies are innocent, defenseless human beings from the moment of conception. Nearly 1 million of them are aborted every year in America, and there does not have to be a good reason to justify their deaths. Abortions are allowed for any reason up to viability in most states and for any reason up to birth in eight.

Every human being deserves a right to life, and it is the government’s job to protect that right. Anything less can lead to discrimination in deadly form.