Isn’t it refreshing to see a state think about something more than just dollars?

Georgia just proved that they’re putting conscience above commerce, as they’ve just passed the “Heartbeat” abortion bill that prohibits abortions after six weeks.

This is groundbreaking…

As this is one of the first “abortion control” bills of its kind.

Of course, when it comes to killing babies, there are no bigger advocates than liberals. If there’s one thing they can’t stand — it’s somebody telling women what they can and can’t do with their bodies.

Which is funny…

Because they’re completely fine making the ULTIMATE decision for another living person by ending their life before it begins outside of the womb.

The Courage of Conservatives

This took a lot of courage by Georgia lawmakers — as they’ve been getting a lot of flak from the Left over this bill — especially from Hollywood, as there have been many stars and production companies that said they’d boycott the state if Georgia passed the law.

Well, it happened…

The bill is now a law — and three film production companies have said they will no longer consider Georgia for any of their future projects.

Blown Deadline Productions, Killer Films and Mark Duplass have all expressed that they will no longer be making films in Georgia…

Which is fine — considering that these people’s films are generally terrible and don’t make much money — which means they spend little money in Georgia.

Georgia should survive without these three non-blockbuster-producing companies.

However, the production companies aren’t the only people who have said they’ll boycott Georgia — as there is a list of Hollywood celebs who said they wouldn’t film in the state if the bill became law…

And some of them were pretty big names.

Don Cheadle, Jon Cryer, Rosie O’Donnell, Sean Penn, Amy Schumer and Ben Stiller were some of the more notable names on the list…

But not one of them is a true Hollywood power player — which means that they have neither the star power nor the influence to really make a difference.

There’s a reason so many film productions have left states like California and New York: the exorbitant amount of taxes they end up having to pay in that state…

That’s why places like Atlanta, Georgia, and Wilmington, North Carolina, have started to become so popular for movies and TV — their conservative-minded legislatures make the choice to film in their states a no-brainer — as their production dollar goes a lot further.

Of course, that doesn’t mean that state and local businesses won’t be feeling the crunch going forward…

If one or two of the bigger companies decide to pull out — that could be a lot of money leaving Georgia’s coffers — so it’s nice to see they’re putting lives ABOVE the almighty dollar.

Bye, Felicia

Losing the companies will be tough — but losing actors?

Meh…

These Hollywood weirdos can boycott all they want — they forget that they’re independent contractors and that production companies can hire OTHER people that look like them to play parts going forward.

They’re easily replaceable…

That being said — even in the face of leftist criticism and the threat of boycotts by Hollywood — Georgia still went with their conscience and voted this bill into law, which will end up saving the lives of innocent children.

Let the Left cry all they want…

There’s right and there’s wrong…

And Georgia is in the right here.

 

“Hypocrisy is not a way of getting back to the moral high ground. Pretending you’re moral, saying you’re moral is not the same as acting morally.” — Alan Dershowitz