Cancel Pro-Abortion Film "After Tiller" Immediately!
Be a voice for Personhood and sign the petition to demand that PBS cancel their showing of the pro-late term abortion film, After Tiller.
PBS, a tax-funded broadcasting company, plans to show the film on Labor Day (Monday, September 1st). It is a 2013 documentary that follows four abortionists openly perform third-trimester abortions. The title refers to the infamous George Tiller, a chop-shop abortionist who performed late-term abortions until 2009.
The film is designed to ‘humanize’ these doctors who make their living from slaughtering innocent children who are fully developed and would likely be able to live outside of the womb. What about humanizing the babies?
This pro-infanticide film spends all of its time sympathizing with the doctors themselves, and gives no thought and no air time to ‘humanizing’ the children who are being poisoned, stabbed, and dismembered. The film claims to present the complexities of the difficult decisions facing these women, and the compassion and ethical dilemmas that the doctors and staff face.
"Compassion." "Ethical dilemmas." Blowing smoke about what abortion really is: the violent dismemberment of an unborn child!
And they are using your tax dollars to fund this type of programming!
Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and the National Organization of Women are all loudly applauding PBS’s decision to air this one-sided programming.
We think PBS has two options: (1) either cancel the showing of "After Tiller" or (2) give equal time to a film that humanizes the innocent children who are aborted, such as "The Silent Scream."
Will you sign this petition to demand that PBS immediately cancel their showing of “After Tiller” this Monday evening, or that they give equal air time and funding to a film that ‘humanizes’ unborn babies?
Please sign the petition and we will send an e-mail message to Beth Hoppe, Chief Programming Executive and General Manager of Public Broadcasting System with the petition text.
Sign this petition now!
Petition to: Beth Hoppe, Chief Programming Executive and General Manager of PBS