Deliberate Parenthood Selling ABC Drama Attracts ‘Kudos’ For Abortion Scene

In 2018, ABC’s hit drama A Million Little Things did something very rare for Hollywood. They had a strong pro-life scene when the main character Delilah (Stephanie Szostak) chose life just before she was about to undergo an abortion. But in Thursday’s episode, “Miles Apart,” the show literally flipped the script by showing another lead character, Maggie (Allison Miller), who casually underwent an abortion, likely because liberals were over the pro-life scene were so outraged.

As TV fanatics put it, “Kudos to the series for choosing Maggie’s abortion this time as Delilah’s predicament sparked some discourse.” And just to sweeten the obvious apology to the abortion gods, the show was blatantly rated for Planned Parenthood with product placement so obvious it was worthy.

Maggie is surprised to find out she is pregnant (due to an occasional affair with her roommate) right before a routine cancer screening to make sure her breast cancer has not returned. Maggie is less than a year away from chemotherapy, but she never consults a doctor about the prognosis for the pregnancy, she just assumes, “The cancer has done [the decision to abort] for me, “even though she’s cancer-free. For all she knows, her body and baby could be perfectly fine. But leave Hollywood to rely on an extremely rare cancer situation to try the 98.3 Percentage of abortions normalized for which they were performed were purely elective.

It’s no secret that Planned Parenthood has a close relationship with Hollywood and works to normalize abortion in the culture through entertainment. As Newsbusters reported:

“This issue is so important to abortion in Hollywood, and so important to the survival of Planned Parenthood, that abortion counselors like Caren Spruch – the magazine they call Planned Parenthood’s secret weapon – meet with showbiz screenwriters and encourage screenwriters to share stories about it to tell about abortion and works as a script doctor for those who do it. ‘

While Maggie waits to see the abortionist on Planned Parenthood, she and her ex-boyfriend Gary (James Roday Rodriguez) are so relaxed about Maggie’s decision that their discussion actually turns to … shit. Seriously:

Woman: Hello? Planned parenting.

Maggie: So, camping with Darcy and her son. That should be fun, right?

Gary: Yeah, I think so. I’m excited. One little fun fact about me – I like pooping as close to squirrels as possible.

Maggie: I heard that from you.

Gary: Actually, it’s the first time I’ve seen him since Darce and I started … She wanted to wait until, you know …

Maggie: Things were serious?

Gary: Yeah.

Maggie: Yeah. That’s smart.

Gary: Well she’s a really good mom.

Maggie: It seems to be.

Nurse: Maggie B.?

After Maggie was finally called back, she gave instructions on how to break up at home on two abortive pills that will cause the “pregnancy tissue and fluid to flow through”. Nothing about the unborn child’s tissues and fluids, of course. Again, you need to make sure that this seems as easy and casual as possible:

Scheduled Parenting Abortion: And then, sometime within the next 48 hours, take the second pill by letting it dissolve in the cheek. Then the contractions begin, allowing the pregnancy tissue and fluid to pass through.

Maggie: Okay, um, does it – is it going to hurt?

Abortion: There is some amount of cramping and bleeding, and most people choose to be at home where they know they will be comfortable. I also recommend having someone to trust when you can in case you need anything.

Gary: I’ll be there.

Abortionist: I will also give you a home pregnancy kit. Um, and if the offices aren’t open because of anything, I’ll call you in a few days to inquire.

Just peasy, right? It’s like nothing more than being pampered by a friend while you are on your period when you believe this portrayal. So cozy and cute! #eyeroll The abortion pill has killed dozens, hospitalized thousands, and causes excruciating pain, disease, and bleeding. Of course, no mention of the possible emotional impact or consideration for the life that grows within her.

What a tragic turn this show has taken to go from such a beautiful portrayal of the choice of life to such a casual portrayal of its destruction. But unfortunately, in the eyes of Hollywood and Planned Parenthood, this counts as progress.

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