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There is a Top Secret Roe v. Wade Movie Being Filmed
There is a double-secret Roe v. Wade movie being filmed as we speak. Shhh, don't tell anyone. With it being the most controversial Supreme Court case of all time (see Pro-Abortion NY Times Asks 'What if Roe v. Wade Was Overturned?' It Backfires and Ben Carson is Totally Right about Roe v. Wade. Here's Why…), you can imagine Hollywood filmmakers would like to keep things quiet for the time being.
The film has been under such tight wraps that even the major cast members had not been revealed; Two Supreme Court justices are played by a couple of Hollywood's more outspoken conservatives — Jon Voight and Robert Davi, and other justices are played by Corbin Bernsen, John Schneider, Steve Guttenberg, William Forsythe, Wade Williams and Richard Portnow.Stacey Dash, the Clueless star and former Fox News commentator who withdrew from a congressional race as a Republican three months ago claiming the campaign had become “detrimental to the health and well being of my family," plays Mildred Jefferson, the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School and the former president of National Right to Life.
Why the secrecy?
As Nick Loeb walked to his car with a production assistant during a day of shooting his upcoming feature film, Roe v. Wade, outside of Tulane University last week, a woman wearing a headset approached and asked: “Are you the director?"“When I told her I was, she told me to 'Go fuck myself,' Loeb recalls. "Then she threw her headset on the ground and walked off. I found out later she was our electrician."
I don't think Loeb was expecting the windfall of earned media his movie would be getting from a Supreme Court nomination. Yet here we are. Score one for the good guys.
Here's a larger point which needs to be made: if Roe v. Wade is decent, solid law, then the left shouldn't be chewing their nails off, worrying something may happen to it. If Roe v. Wade is truth, if abortion is a promised right, then the left shouldn't mind the case getting a little media spotlight via a feature film. Or even an essay. Yet anytime someone with two brain cells starts questioning Roe v. Wade, it's time to dial up the hate mob. They have a spotlight just like Batman. Their symbol is just a middle finger. Replaced by what used to be a naked ass, but the symbol too closely resembled a lowercase "w." For wusses.
Sorry, digression. If the movie will ever get distributed, that's another matter. But it's interesting to note these filmmakers think we're living in a time when a movie about Roe v. Wade would be received or viewed at all. Times be changing. Let that sink in.