Study: 2022 Sees Massive Uptick In TV Shows With Abortion Plotlines

John Simmons | December 19, 2022
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The overturn of Roe v. Wade caused many progressives to lose their minds, since their desire to kill babies was no longer legally protected at the national level. Predictably, Hollywood contributed to the outrage by putting more pro-abortion plotlines in its TV shows in 2022 than it had in the past five years.

The pro-abortion group Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSRH) published a study that revealed that there were 60 different abortion plotlines in 52 distinct shows, including Grey’s Anatomy, Law & Order, and New Amsterdam. The amount of content promoting child genocide was at its highest since 2016.

Here's a clip from a New Amsterdam episode that gives you a taste of what people call "entertainment" these days:

“We hope these shows and others continue to build on these depictions by giving main characters abortion plotlines instead of only guest actors and working to reflect the reality of abortion patients in the U.S,” the researchers who conducted the ANSRH study said.

But the entertainment industry hasn’t stopped at simply shoving abortion content down its viewer’s throats. Several of the biggest studios - Netflix, Disney, and Warner Bros. Discovery - have all instituted policies that say they would pay for their employees to get abortions in states where its still legal, seeing as though the travel costs are less than those associated with maternity leave.

Both of these disturbing stories show that the people in charge of entertaining us are more concerned with making you a sympathizer of the abortion ideology and funding such activities than making quality TV shows. I am doing these companies a service by calling their actions vile and abominable.

Unfortunately, the American public at large can’t really do much, but they can hit them in their bottom line. The next time you think about subscribing to one of their services or watching one of their shows, don’t. It might not be enough to change their hearts, but it could be enough to change their behavior and force them to not push such content.

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