ro-life movie “Unplanned” has surpassed
the main Planned Parenthood Twitter account in followers after experiencing what many supporters believe to be censorship by the social media giant.
One day after the film’s March 29 premiere, the Twitter account for the movie was briefly suspended–something Twitter chalks up to a mistake. Videos also circulated social media showing users unable to follow the Twitter account for the movie.
Actress Patricia Heaton said she tried eight times to support the film on Twitter, but was unable to do so:
Since then, the @UnplannedMovie account has amassed over 326,000 followers–beating out Planned Parenthood’s 259,000 followers (as of today).
The film, about former Planned Parenthood worker turned pro-life activist Abby Johnson, was expected to take in only $2-3 million and instead made $6.1 million in its weekend box office debut, taking 5th place.
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The biopic faced an uphill battle in Hollywood after receiving a surprise “R” rating by the Motion Picture Association of America. Most television networks also refused to air advertisements for the movie due to the “sensitive nature” of the film.
ro-life movie, Unplanned,
doubled its expected box office sales this weekend despite apparent censorship from social media giants.
The film, about former Planned Parenthood worker turned pro-life activist Abby Johnson was expected to take in only $2-3 million and instead made $6.1 million in its box office debut, taking 5th place.
PJ Media reported yesterday that 99k of the films 100k Twitter followers mysteriously disappeared by Sunday–and at one point, the account dropped to just 151 followers.
As of 1:42 p.m. ET today, the account had over 265k followers.
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The film’s Twitter account was also briefly suspended on Saturday, just hours after its debut.
A video has circulated on Twitter showing a user unable to follow the Unplanned account:
Actress Patricia Heaton said she tried 8 times to follow Unplanned on Twitter, but wasn’t able to do so:
The film overcame many hurdles after receiving a surprise “R” rating by the Motion Picture Association of America and most television networks refused to air advertisements for the movie.
“The Hallmark Channel, Lifetime, and media properties owned by the Discovery conglomerate are among the organizations that rejected the movie’s advertisements. The movie’s producers says that Fox News Channel is the only mainstream media outlet to have accepted its advertisements,” writes the Washington Examiner.
llinois is the latest liberal state to introduce radical abortion legislation that would repeal the state’s ban on partial-birth abortions and would require all private insurance plans to cover abortion procedures.
The Illinois Reproductive Health Act would also remove criminal penalties for abortion doctors and eliminate a mandate which requires parental consent for minors who seek to have abortions.
The Illinois chapters of the ACLU and Planned Parenthood are both championing the legislation.
LifeNews reports that “ACLU Illinois Executive Director Colleen Connell said that “the new relaxed abortion measures allowing for more late-term abortions and fewer parental rights simply ‘[gets] rid of all the really bad stuff’ in the state’s current abortion law.”
“House Bill 40 was a very courageous and important first step, and now we’re actually moving down the path of making the vision and the values of House Bill 40 a reality,” Connell said to the Chicago Sun-Times.
The new measures haven’t been voted on yet, but will likely pass the state legislature. Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker already said he “looks forward to reviewing the legislation and working with advocates to protect women’s rights.”
The Illinois legislation is modeled after New York’s Reproductive Health Act which was signed into law in January. The law states that “Every individual who becomes pregnant has the fundamental right to choose to carry the pregnancy to term, to give birth to a child, or to have an abortion.”
LifeSite News reports the New York law “erases the state’s recognition of preborn babies older than 24 weeks as potential homicide victims, removes abortion from the penal code entirely, and allows licensed health practitioners other than full doctors to commit abortions.”
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