Alyssa Milano Demands Media Stop Calling Unborn Babies’ Heartbeat a ‘Heartbeat’

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May 15, 2019May 15, 2019

Actress and activist Alyssa Milano, who has made herself a spokeswoman for liberal causes, is now demanding that the mainstream media stop using the term “heartbeat bill” to describe laws that ban abortions if a baby’s heartbeat can be detected.

Georgia just passed such a law.

“Dear Press, stop calling them ‘heartbeat’ bills and call them ‘fetal pole cardiac activity’ bills,” Milano said in a tweet quoting an article by Dr. Jen Gunter.

She got blasted by her followers immediately.

Another actress and activist, Jameela Jamil, claimed that children are better off dead than being born into poverty or having to live with a foster family. But first, she shared a disputed story from the far-left publication Slate that said, “Women who miscarry or get legal abortions out of state could also be imprisoned.”

After receiving a huge backlash, Jamil wrote a follow-up tweet to soften what she said but still, essentially, say the same thing, the Daily Wire reported.

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