Pro abortion activist and actress Martha Plimpton glorifies the abortion experience she received at a planned parenthood in Seattle, Washington.
Most well known for the role she played at a young age in the American classic ‘The Goonies,’ Martha Plimpton recently gave a pro abortion speech in Seattle which apparently is also the home of her first abortion. Although Plimpton didn’t elaborate on what the actual number of abortions she’s had really is, she has clearly had more than one. This actress is a known role model to many young children and her open approval of the murder of the unborn fetus might have parents second guessing the allowance of ‘the goonies’ on the home entertainment system.
One of the main arguments surrounding abortion is that not all woman willingly consented to the events that produced their unborn child. Certain medical cases should absolutely be given the option of abortion but the sad truth of the matter is the majority of abortions occur without any medical recommendations for the health of either the child or the mother.
Actress and abortion champion Martha Plimpton is making headlines over her comments to a cheering pro-abortion crowd when she said her “best abortion” was at a Seattle Planned Parenthood facility.
Plimpton, 46, who starred in The Goonies when she was 15, was speaking at a #ShoutYourAbortion event in June in Seattle, but the recent release of online footage of her remarks in which she boasted about her abortion are causing a firestorm on Twitter.
Plimpton told the cheering crowd:
“Seattle has some particular significance for me for lots of reasons. 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! Yay!
Notice I said “first”…and I don’t want Seattle — I don’t want you guys to feel insecure, it was my best one. 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,” she continued as the crowd applauded. “I was 19, but I thank you nonetheless. You probably won’t remember because I wasn’t that famous then.”