Pro-abortion protests fail to shut down Unplanned movie in Ireland. A Victory for Free Speech!

Shutting down movies? Isn't that anti-choice? The hit movie, "Unplanned", is making waves in Ireland after protestors failed to have the film cancelled in cinemas around the country. Donate today to Gript! https://gript.ie/donate-to-gript/ See more at https://gript.ie Follow our socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GriptMedia Twitter: https://twitter.com/griptmedia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/griptmedia/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/griptmedia Our Podcasts: https://gript.ie/podcasts/ #gript

TRSI 19 – This is exactly how we ended up sending that condolence letter when Hitler died

Source: https://www.podbean.com/eau/pb-r7vd5-c23672 Gary and Michael discuss the news a foreigner has said something nice about Ireland; RTE are selling a €1 million worth of art; protests against a new film by the far-left; and meat is back on the menu after a new meta-analysis savaged older research which suggested red meat was damaging to health.   Bonnie Greer 1:25 RTÉ putting five paintings up for auction in a bid to boost funds 11:10 Protests against the screening of Unplanned 20:12 Meat 30:15
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UNplanned – A Journey from Planned Parenthood Facility Manager to Pro-Life Activist

The movie about Abby Johnson’s pro-life conversion has found a distributor and will be coming to 800 screens in March. The film's backers released a two-and-a-half-minute trailer of the much-anticipated film today. Pure Flix, the distributor for God’s Not Dead, is releasing "Unplanned" on 800 movie screens March 29, the Hollywood Reporter (THR) reports. Unplanned is a dramatic film adaption of Johnson’s best-selling 2010 autobiographical book of the same name. It tells the story of Johnson’s journey from Planned Parenthood facility manager to pro-life activist. [embed]https://youtu.be/is14fa3J7lw[/embed] “I thought I was helping women,” said Abby Johnson, founder and director of And Then There Were None, an organization that helps abortion workers exit the industry and find new jobs. “But I was doing more harm than good. It wasn’t until I saw a child fight for its life that my world came crashing down and I understood the enormity of my
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