Alyssa Milano burned by her own words when ‘heartbeat’ post reemerges

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Outspoken left-wing Hollywood actress and “super-sciency” expert Alyssa Milano seems to believe baby heartbeats only exist if she and she alone decides that they exist.

Milano, a vocal abortion advocate, has made it clear that she fervently opposes a recently signed piece of legislation in Georgia that outlawed abortions past six weeks of pregnancy.

Dubbed the “Heartbeat Bill,” the piece of legislation signed into law by Gov. Brian Kemp on May 7 banned abortions past six weeks because it’s around the 7th or so week that an unborn baby’s heartbeat can be detected by medical equipment, according to the American Pregnancy Association.

Besides accusing the bill of being a violation of women’s alleged rights, Milano has also accused it of being improperly named. According to her unusual brand of science, it’d be far more proper and accurate to refer to bill as the “Fetal Pole Cardiac Activity Bill” …

It’s as if she thinks it’s inaccurate to point out that babies have heartbeats …

Yet when the 46-year-old actress was pregnant with her first child back in 2011, she displayed a different attitude. At the time she shared a blog post that showed her dog resting its head on her belly. The caption read, “Do you think he can hear the baby’s heartbeat?”

She shared that blog post on Twitter:

While both the website and post have since been deleted, archives of them can still be viewed with the Wayback Machine:


It’s unclear whether she realizes that what she posted eight years ago sharply contradicts her current pro-abortion, anti-life rhetoric. Nor is it clear whether she recognizes the irony of her known habit of referring to both of her children as her “heartbeat.”


“I will continue to fight for equality, opportunity, and a child’s right to a healthy, productive, happy, childhood,” she unironically wrote during Thanksgiving 2017.

Except of course if the child — or “lump of cells,” as she’d no doubt prefer — hasn’t been born. In that case, the child apparently has no value to either her or anyone else in the pro-abortion movement.

“[D]emonstrating that personhood is in the eye of the beholder to you,” one Twitter wrote in response to Milano’s tweet from 2011. “[I]t’s only a person if you decide you want it to be. [W]anted = baby; unwanted = disposable pre-human cells or something. [A]ll feelings, no science.”

See this and other critical responses below:


Much of liberal thinking seems to be based on emotionally based wants versus logic and reason. Note for instance the insistence by liberals that 300-pound bearded men who feel feminine have the right to identity as women, never mind the contradicting biological facts.

From pushing for unregulated abortion to demanding that male athletes who identify as women be allowed to compete against actual women, the left has demonstrated a disturbing willingness to toss the facts out the window when it’s beneficial to their preferred narrative to do.

In the case of abortion, liberal Democrats would have you believe that every unborn baby is just a useless “lump of cells” with no life, no heartbeat and no value. Unless of course they decide that they want that baby, in which case the baby suddenly pops into existence like a thought bubble in a cartoon.

But real life isn’t a cartoon, and neither are the consequences of abortion. Whether one supports or opposes abortion, the fact remains that an unborn baby — particularly one that’s made it past six weeks — is a living, breathing human being with a heartbeat. These are the facts:



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