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Netflix doubles down on abortion, joins ACLU against Georgia heartbeat law

If you haven't yet cancelled your subscription to Netflix, now's the time.
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By Joe Bissonnette

By Joe Bissonnette

May 29, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — If you haven't yet cancelled your subscription to Netflix, now's the time. Netflix is teaming up with the ACLU to oppose Georgia's fetal heartbeat legislation, which would protect unborn babies from abortion once the baby's heartbeat can be detected.

Of course, corporate boycotting may seem vanishingly insignificant against a behemoth like Netflix, but then again, the pursuit of market share is so fine-tuned that corporations do pay attention to the butterfly effect.

And just as important, it's a really good time to take out the trash. So much of what's on Netflix is desensitizing gratuitous violence; unveiled, shameless pornography; promotion of transgressive sexual perversion; and now the demonic and satanic. The marquee show promoted on Netflix right now is What If. The show's description reads: "Would you sell your soul — or your soulmate — to change the world?" Its category description includes "steamy" and "LGBTQ TV Shows." Also on the Trending Now list is are Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile; Lucifer; Ted Bundy Tapes; and Slasher.

To cancel Netflix, follow this link: https://help.netflix.com/en/node/407.


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