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On Sunday morning, CNN again gave attention to liberal pro-abortion activists being criticized over strategy by other liberal activists instead of the overall goal as New Day Sunday host Christi Paul spoke with film production designer Molly Coffee about her concerns over Hollywood boycotting Georgia because of its new heartbeat law that protects unborn babies.
And, the day before on New Day Saturday, Paul took the time to challenge a pro-life activist by suggesting the cost of raising a child may be a valid reason for having an abortion, and suggesting "hypocrisy" on the pro-life side, whereas Planned Parenthood president Leana Wen was allowed to mostly have a monologue to spout her pro-abortion views.
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On New Day Sunday, introducing a five-minute segment with Coffee, CNN co-host Christi Paul began:
So here's the thing. Georgia has its own anti-abortion law. The governor signed it into law earlier this month. It's set to take effect on January 1 of next year. But opponents are already promising to challenge this in court, and a lot of people in the entertainment industry are threatening to just stop working on projects that are created in Georgia.
She then added:
Others are saying, "Listen, that might not be the best strategy." Molly Coffee, a film production designer in Atlanta, is one of those people. She joined a group of female film workers who wrote a petition on Change.org. And it says -- the petition says: '"our condemnation is understandable, but what we really need most is allies."
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Paul then sympathetically asked: "Do you feel you're finding allies in Georgia and in Hollywood yet?"
The CNN host then followed up: "I know...
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