Disgusting Video: Actress Brags About Her “Best Abortion”

In a disgusting video making the rounds online, liberal actress Martha Plimpton brags about how enjoyable her first abortion was.

According to The Daily Wire, said video was filmed in Seattle this June at an event called #ShoutYourAbortion.

The clip features Plimpton – known for her acting in The Goonies – being interviewed by former Planned Parenthood medical director Willie Parker, a man who has in the past referred to his work facilitating the mass-murder of babies as “Godly.”

“Seattle has some particular significance for me for lots of reasons,” Plimpton stated. “I’ve got a lot of  family here, some of whom are here in the audience tonight. I also had my first abortion here at the Seattle Planned Parenthood.”

“Notice I said ‘first,'” she continued, bragging. “I said ‘first.’ And I don’t want Seattle – I don’t want you guys to feel insecure, it was my best one.”

As if that wasn’t vile enough, she continued, “heads and tails above the rest. If I could Yelp review it, I totally would. And if that doctor’s here tonight, I don’t remember you at all, I was 19. I was 19, but I thank you nonetheless.”

See the truly abhorrent footage for yourself below.

Actress Martha Plimpton: My First Abortion ‘Was My Best One’

Actress Martha Plimpton: My First Abortion ‘Was My Best One’ (via LifeNews)

Posted by Grabien on 4hb September 2017

It’s not clear why that footage is only surfacing now – but it’s causing quite a stir online.

This is not Martha Plimpton’s first time spewing vile pro-abortion garbage.

As The Daily Wire reports, the actress once actually modelled a dress with the word “abortion” printed repeatedly on it, accompanied by hearts.

Plimpton has also been quite vocal about her advocacy of baby murder on Twitter.

This is Hollywood, ladies and gentlemen.

Source:
The Daily Wire

 

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