Pro-Abortion Democrat Called the Cops on Pro-Lifers for Hand Drawn Threats: Turns Out, It Was Disney 

Jordan Estabrook - 25 Apr 2024

In a predictable turn of events, pro-lifers are once again accused of something they didn’t do.

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This time, it has to do with a creepy Disney mailer promoting “The First Omen,” the latest installment in the long-running horror franchise, which was mistaken as a pro-life threat by a Missouri Democratic candidate Amanda Taylor.  

Stanley Grauman Weinbaum, an American science fiction writer, was credited with thinking up the marketing stunt, where according to Yahoo! News (reposted by Business Insider), in the mailer was a “crudely drawn picture featured four women with their faces scribbled over, standing around the floating body of a little girl who looks out with a disturbing gaze. Taylor’s name was also scrawled in spidery, slightly eerie handwriting on the envelope.” 

After calling the police, she received another eerie drawing of little girls, but this time, it had standard press release information, and she soon realized it was a publicity stunt.  

Though mildly amusing, there is a truth to grasp in this little mishap. 

“That was the best promotion I’ve ever seen,” Taylor said in the article, admitting once she knew what it was for it was funny. “But it’s also the one that’s affected me the most.” 

“The First Omen,” which has abortive and sexual abuse themes in it, is scary and should have an effect. The state where Taylor is running for office has a Planned Parenthood overlooking sexual abuse and encouraging abortions. Isn’t that scary?  

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“Missouri’s attorney general filed a lawsuit Thursday accusing Planned Parenthood of illegally taking minors into Kansas to obtain abortions without parental consent, basing the allegation on a video from a conservative group,” reported The Associated Press. “Republican Attorney General Andrew Bailey’s lawsuit accuses Kansas City, Missouri-based Planned Parenthood Great Plains of violating Missouri law, which makes it illegal to ‘intentionally cause, aid, or assist a minor to obtain an abortion’ without consent from a parent or guardian. The lawsuit filed in state district court in Columbia, Missouri, asks the court to stop Planned Parenthood from engaging in the conduct it alleges.” 

Though the type of mailer Disney sent sends chills down the spine, maybe Taylor will see Planned Parenthood’s action toward minors just as threatening for the state she hopes to represent.  

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As for Disney, the once magical wonderland and safe entertainment has taken a drastic twist in recent years, which makes their mailer, unfortunately, less surprising.  

“Disney clearly is no longer interested in being a guardian of the innocence of childhood,” wrote Students for Life of America (SFLA) President Kristan Hawkins for a Fox News op-ed. “Instead, by their own admission, Disney leadership is actively pushing children out of Neverland and directly into an adult’s sexualized world, where they can be groomed for others enjoyment.”  

Coercing minors to engage in sexual behavior, whether through sexual abuse or of their own fruition, and chemically castrate themselves, aids abortion giants like Planned Parenthood, which is the number one abortion vendor and number two cross-sex hormone provider in the country. Maybe this new marketing tactic was part of an effort to get interest in their films after revenue has dropped consistently over the last couple of years, according to Yahoo! Finance.  

While it’s amusing (and relieving) that pro-lifers got blamed for Disney’s creepy PR tactics, we wish Disney would cut it out for the sake of protecting our children and for their bottom line.  

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