What happens when you put an actress who jokes about abortion in the same room as an abortion doctor who claims he’s never killed a baby? Wicked cheers, tainted laughter and attacks on pro-life Christians that serve as self assurance to those on that side instead of an actual attack. Why? A lie needs to be conditioned by repetition in order that it become reality. So in Seattle you got a murdered in denial, a self styled Wicca Witch persuading herself she didn’t turn her womb into a crime scene and fake laughter at Christians that isn’t actually intended for them.
In 2017, two media darlings joined forces at #ShoutYourAbortion event in Seattle. This bloody sounding celebration was largely ignored by the media. Actress and Wicca practitioner Martha Plimpton (The Goonies, The Real O’Neals) took the role of interviewer to give Willie Parker, the notoriously amoral and loud self deluding Mississippi abortionist and long serving former Planned Parenthood medical director, on his work and upcoming at time grizzly memoir released earlier that same year to very poor sales.
Kaballah follower, Wicca practitioner, actress and proud regular abortion clinic patient Plimpton began with a surprising focus. Not the person she was interviewing, the ego got the better of her and she decided to rant about her own numerous abortions.
“Seattle has some particular significance for me for lots of reasons,” she motioned. “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.”, she shouted with some glee and pride.
“Yayyyyy!” she cheered, prompting the pro-abortion crowd into applause.
“I want to start with the Hippocratic oath,” she said, or the understanding that doctors promise to “first do no harm.”
According to Saint Parker, not referring a woman to an abortionist, Planned Parenthood inparticular (with its sales targets for abortions) violates that oath.
“When physicians say as a matter of conscience that they don’t provide abortions, that’s fine because you shouldn’t do anything you can’t do conscientiously,” he said. “But if you fail to refer that person on, you’re now doing harm.”
In what is maybe the most ironic set of word placed together in Seattle that year, besides performing abortions, many object to referring abortion based on conscience. But Parker seemed to overlook that (“you shouldn’t do anything you can’t do conscientiously”).
Plimpton is largely remembered for her childhood role in The Goonies, the Richard Donner helmed movie where she starred alongside Hollywood pedophile exposer, Corey Feldman. Worthy of note is that Donners wife is none other than former Planned Parenthood Advisory Board Member, Hollywood Producer, Lauren Donner Shuler. Coincidence?