Alyssa Milano, 46, revealed in a recent episode of her podcast that she made the “devastating” decision to have two abortions in 1993.“I chose. It was my choice. And it was absolutely the right choice for me. It was not an easy choice… it was not something I wanted, but it was something that I needed, like most health care is.” She continues on to say that if it weren’t for the two abortions, “My life would be completely lacking all its great joys. I would never have been free to be myself, and that’s what this fight is about. Freedom.”
If you ever doubted that abortions are mostly a selfish choice, Alyssa Milano’s statements above are your proof. How selfish does she sound??
She claims it was a “devastating” decision, but why would she be so devastated if it was “the right choice”? Perhaps she knew that it was wrong, and that she intentionally killed two innocent babies in exchange for her career advancement.
This is part of the problem with liberals and the pro-choice movement; they deny the wrongness of killing innocent babies but at the same time talk about protecting the innocent and vulnerable at all costs (i.e. refugees).
Sadly, Alyssa cannot see the damage she’s done to herself and those babies by aborting them. Here’s what I imagine her aborted children would say if they could. “Mom, we would have been your biggest supporters. We would have been so proud to see you as a big star if only you would have given us a chance. Not only would we have watched you as your star rose, but even if Hollywood turned down the lights, you would have shined in our eyes. Sometimes we might not have been the best for your career, but overall, our laughter and love would have made you smile more than a stadium full of screaming fans. For fame and fortune fade away, but children remain; that is unless we’ve been killed from your life plans.”
I can’t understand how one can believe they are successful when they took an innocent life to get where they are; children are what genuinely count in one’s life journey. Because success isn’t measured in fame and fortune but in loved ones that stay with you even when the spotlight goes dark.