Sandra Bullock will star as former Texas State Senator Wendy Davis in a major motion picture. Davis became a darling of the Democratic Party in 2013 when she filibustered for 13 hours wearing “pink sneakers” to make sure late-term abortions became legal in Texas. Seen as a “baby killer” by pro-life Christians, the feminazis embraced her as their hero. Now, after Bullock took on the infamous role, she just got a “nasty surprise” that might change her mind about this movie.
Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock has agreed to the role of Wendy Davis, the Texas Democratic state senator who became the darling of the nutjob feminazis after filibustering an abortion bill in 2013. Davis wore pink tennis shoes that became her trademark as she stood for 13 hours to make sure babies over 20 weeks gestation in the womb could be legally killed by abortionists.
The liberals saw that as something to cheer about, and Davis rose as one of Planned Parenthood’s biggest stars. Celebrities saw Davis as “Joan of Arc,” when really she was more like and even worse than Lizzie Borden, who butchered her entire family. If all that is not bad enough, Hollywood will never learn. No one wants to see a movie about this modern day sicko, who thinks late-term, partial birth abortion is a valiant cause.
“Bullock will play Democratic Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis, who on June 25, 2013, hit the national spotlight when, against extraordinary odds, she singlehandedly staged a 13-hour filibuster,” the liberal media at Deadline reports. “Her stamina not only thwarted GOP leaders’ plans to enact one of the country’s most restrictive anti-choice laws but resulted in the most far-reaching Supreme Court victory for reproductive rights in a generation.”
After Planned Parenthood’s sick secret got out that several women had died during routine abortions, GOP Texas state senators wrote a proposal to ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy and require abortion clinics to meet the same standards that hospital-style surgical centers do. This is what Wendy Davis was against and saw as “too restrictive.” Davis finally lost when then Governor Rick Perry called for another vote, and the law was passed, thank God.
However, the feminazis were not done, and neither was Davis. They took it all the way to the Supreme Court, and with Justice Scalia dead, the law was reversed with a vote of 5-3. It was a dark day in America. Late term or partial birth abortions are considered a “privacy right” in the United States. So, killing a baby is a woman’s “choice.”
Now, Sandra Bullock is on board to star as this idiot leftist Davis, and Christians across the country are not happy. Bullock got a nasty surprise from them when they told her how they felt about her new big movie role. Twitter user Chef Michale Perry wrote, “[Christians] are, however, against anything that kills an ‘image bearer’ of God. That we can’t waver on. This life is very temporary. What comes next is eternal.”
“Terrible choice Sandra, you’re better than this, nobody would blame you for bailing on this losing project.
#WendyDavisTheBabyKiller,” tweeted Twitter user “VTwinCrucible,” while Kurt Schlichter, a senior columnist at Townhall, wrote, “Beloved Hollywood star decides to commit career suicide by attacking half the audience.”
The majority of the reactions were from Christians, completely outraged that a movie glorifying such a sick, dark subject as killing babies in the womb would ever be considered. The Hollywood crowd doesn’t understand that those who buy tickets to movies are everyday middle-class Americans, and they don’t want to see Sandra Bullock as some loser who wore cute pink tennis shoes to make sure babies could be butchered legally.
Some say the sin of abortion is so great that it is one of the sins that cries up to God for vengeance. I agree with that. We wonder why violence and mass shootings happen on American soil while the liberals have sanctioned over 58 million abortions since 1973. That’s 58 million Americans who are not here and will never be here. You have to wonder, did they kill the next Abraham Lincoln or Martin Luther King, Jr.?
Glorifying abortion in making this movie is another sin as far as I am concerned. Hopefully, the American public will reject it, although the Hollywood crowd is sure to give it awards. Sad.