Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Women's March: Scarlett Johansson And Basic Healthcare

                Actress Scarlett Johansson took the stage at the terminus of the “Women’s March on Washington” Saturday and spoke out on behalf of “women’s reproductive health issues.” The actress/singer/model/activist, who will be starring in the upcoming film, “Rock That Body,” revealed that she first visited a Planned Parenthood clinic at the tender age of 15. She said that she sought its services while she was living on the opposite end of the country from her mother, and noticed a change in her body. A change?
                She said there was, “No judgement, no questions asked.” Much like a trained assassin. On second thought, a trained assassin might not take a job if his or her target was innocent. She continued: “Planned Parenthood provided a safe place where I could be treated with gentle guidance.” Unlike your baby.
                More from Scarlett: “I’m sure there isn’t one person here who hasn’t been helped by Planned Parenthood, directly or otherwise.”  Emphasis on “here” Scarlett! There are countless millions who couldn’t be here- or anywhere else for that matter- because someone took that right away from them. You know, the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? If you deprive someone of the former, you deprive them of the latter two by default, wiping out the very reasons for the founding of America…along with the baby.
                But Ms. Johansson was on a roll: “There are very real and devastating consequences to limiting access to what should be considered basic healthcare.” There certainly are very real and devastating consequences to those aborted at the clinics.  And basic healthcare? That’s eating right, exercising and taking a multi-vitamin, not shredding a “fetus.”

                Rock that body, girl. Rock that body.

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