‘Ghostbusters: Answer The Call’ Actress Leslie Jones Admits To Having Three Abortions In Her Youth, Credits Planned Parenthood For Saving Her Life
Some of you may be old enough to remember a time where the modern left pretended to not celebrate abortion by calling it a ‘necessary evil.’ Well, those times are about as over as the Denver Broncos Superbowl chances for the next 5-10 years.
Even before last years Supreme Court’s 6-3 ruling that overturned Roe v Wade, the celebration of abortion in progressive circles such as the entertainment industry shred a light on just how depraved and twisted Hollywood had become.
Leslie Jones, known for her time on Saturday Night Live and the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters, recently revealed in a memoir, via Insider, that she has had not one… not two… but three abortions. And she credits Planned Parenthood for “saving her life” as a result of her three abortions.
In the memoir entitled Leslie F*cking Jones, the actress/comedian declared, “When I went to Planned Parenthood, I finally learned how to prevent pregnancies and take care of myself.”
Jones added, ““I still give money to them to this day. When I went to Planned Parenthood, I finally learned how to prevent pregnancies and take care of myself.”
In her book, Jones claims that she never wanted to have children but didn’t know how to properly use contraceptives.
“Prevention is what we should be teaching, If I’d even had an inkling of how to protect myself I didn’t know any of that stuff. By my mid-twenties, I had had three abortions, and I thought, ‘This is not a birth control method,’” the actress recounted.
Jones recalled that she didn’t tell her parents when she decided to kill her first child. She was just 18 years old at the time, but she sees her child’s death as a life-saving moment — placing her complete faith in Planned Parenthood as an organization.
She elaborated, “With the abortion, just the idea of having to go do this grown-a** thing, and I don’t have my mom to help me? I didn’t have anyone.”
Specifically addressing Planned Parenthood, Jones declared, “You would not know how much they saved my life.”
“So much that I have them in my trust,” the actress continued. “That’s how much I believe that that service needs to be one of the most important things.”
As disturbing as this is, Jones is not the first, nor will she be the last person in Hollywood to claim that an abortion saved their life or career.
Jones’s SNL co-star Cecily Strong claimed two years ago in an Weekend Update sketch that having an abortion in her early 20s allowed her to have a career in the business.
Playing a character called Goober the Clown, Strong revealed, “Here’s my truth. I know I wouldn’t be a clown on TV here today if it weren’t for the abortion I had the day before my 23rd birthday.”
Strong would later go on to admit that her Goober the Clown abortion story was true, revealing that she didn’t even tell her close relatives about the decision she had made. “I didn’t tell my own wonderful and supportive mom for years and Saturday I told live TV,” she wrote, including three clown emojis.
Another actress who seemingly takes pride in murdering her unborn children is Michelle Williams, who during her Golden Globes acceptance speech admitted she couldn’t have won the award had she not terminated her pregnancy.
“I’m grateful for the acknowledgement for the choices I’ve made and I’m also grateful to live in a moment in our society where choice exists because as women and as girls, things can happen to our bodies that are not our choice,” Williams said at the time.
It’s not exactly a good look for actresses to publicly admit that they couldn’t have won their Golden Statues without terminating her pregnancy. In a joint Variety op-ed published in September of 2020, Hollywood screenwriter and former abortion industry employee Merritt Tierce along with Neal Baer, executive producer of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, urged Hollywood to produce films and TV shows that normalize and promote abortion.
“Diverse stories are the gateway to promoting empathy, which can change attitudes and dissolve stigma,” the duo wrote.
“Abortion is about a character’s hopes and dreams, about what they want for their children,” their opinion piece elaborates, adding, “It’s about partnership, family, health, autonomy, and community.”
Leslie Jones admitting to having gone through three abortions before her mid-twenties further solidifies that Hollywood has a very demonic agenda when it comes to promoting pro-murder organizations like Planned Parenthood, and they certainly aren’t slowing down any time soon.
What are your thoughts on Leslie Jones’s comments on her three abortions?