(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Three-time Emmy award winner Patricia Heaton defended her pro-life stance by joining Twitter battles with Rep. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and other baby-killing leftists.
“With Roe gone, it’s more important than ever to crack down on so-called ‘crisis pregnancy centers’ that mislead and deceive patients seeking abortion care,” Warren said. “My bill with @SenatorMenendez would stop these ‘harmful’ practices.”
In the post, she also included an article from TIME that claimed pregnancy centers collect personal data about women to “weaponize” them.
The star of the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, replied to Warren by saying that her harmful rhetoric made things worse for crisis pregnancy centers, like ones that Heaton supports, that actually help women.
Our medical pregnancy clinic serves client families for five years, providing superior services for anyone who asks. We raised $250K for a mobile medical clinic for underserved areas, treating everyone. Because of people like @SenWarren we now have to hire armed security. https://t.co/1cKPoeEU1I
— Patricia Heaton (@PatriciaHeaton) June 29, 2022
But Heaton is ready to fight back, whether it is in real life or on a Twitter “battlefield.”
One of the leftists from Twitter accused Heaton and all crisis pregnancy centers of not providing health care.
“If you don’t provide abortion care to women who need it, you’re not providing health care,” she said. “So get off your high horse and face reality – the Supreme Court did this, not @SenWarren.”
Heaton replied by correctly informing that Planned Parenthood does not provide different and essential health care services.
“Hello Susie – PP provides no pre or postnatal care for women – do you demand the same of them?” Heaton asked rhetorically. “Should they provide free ultrasounds, diapers [and] medical care for pregnant women who want to keep their babies?”
Another Twitter leftist parroted Warren’s propaganda.
“Is it because those places are notorious for misrepresenting their goals and a woman’s options, thereby negating any concept of “informed consent” for a woman’s full spectrum of options?”
Heaton replied: “No one has ever died from visiting a pregnancy clinic.”
The American actress said in an interview with CBN that she is never going to agree with the pro-abortion stance.
“I find it impossible to subscribe to a philosophy that believes that the destruction of human life is a legitimate solution to a problem that is mostly social, economic and psychological,” she said.