The Suzy B Blog
Apr 3, 2014
The Gosnell Movie Project
An exciting new pro-life project was launched this week!
Some independent filmmakers are planning to produce a film exposing the atrocities of abortionist and convicted murderer, Kermit Gosnell, and the shameful media blackout of his trial.
These filmmakers Ann, Phelim, Magdalena – famous for their film “FrackNation” – excel in a strategy called “crowd-funding.” Crowd-funding means that individual activists support a project by pledging as little as $1 to their campaign and then helping promote their project on Twitter, Facebook, and to friends.
They are attempting to raise $2.1 million on Indiegogo to make the film exposing Gosnell and the late-term abortion industry. If they’re successful, this will be the largest ever crowd-funding project.
Every dollar donated is a vote in favor of making this film happen. Let’s help these courageous filmmakers mobilize a tidal wave of activists to do what the mainstream media refused to do: expose Gosnell’s “house of horrors” and the late-term abortion industry.
They have already raised more than $303,200! But they won’t receive a penny of the pledged funds unless they meet their goal of $2.1 million. That’s how crowd-funding works. It’s all or nothing.
Thousands of babies suffered and died at the hands of Gosnell. For years, his abortion business went uninspected and unregulated – in the protective shadow of Abortion industry giants like Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation (NAF).
Planned Parenthood and NAF remained silent while Kermit Gosnell murdered countless unborn babies – by snipping their spinal cords just after birth. Gosnell wounded – sometimes fatally – an untold number of women.
These filmmakers want to expose Kermit Gosnell for what he is: The biggest serial killer in American history.
The media ignored Gosnell’s trial for weeks until finally being shamed into covering the story.
Americans still don’t know the horrors of Gosnell, who killed more people than some infamous killers like Ted Bundy and Jodi Arias.
The Gosnell Movie Project will change that. These filmmakers want to use their talents to expose Gosnell’s horrifying crimes and the late abortion business. They’re telling this tragic story, and beginning to right this terrible wrong.
In order for this to work and tell the story that the media refused to cover, this needs to go viral!Read More
Feb 7, 2014
About twenty weeks into pregnancy, Robbyn and Josh Blick were told their unborn baby boy had Trisomy 18, known as “Edwards syndrome.” This fatal genetic disorder would surely limit the length of their child’s life outside of the womb. Still, Josh and Robbyn decided to bring baby Zion into the world and to enjoy every moment they had with him.
Although he died just ten days after his birth, baby Zion became a source of hope and faith for people around the world.
Zion’s family made a beautiful video documenting his time. In the video, Robbyn tells her son, “you are my gift. Every breath you took was a moment to inhale the perfection of God’s beauty. Every beat of your heart was a measure of love.”
Zion’s brothers and other family members are also seen holding him in the hospital and singing “Happy birthday” to him on the one week anniversary of his birth. The video also features tweets and other testimonials from supporters around the world praising Zion, his family, and God.
One message to the parents read, “Your son made a more profound impact on more lives in ten days than I could hope to accomplish in my lifetime. I love you.”
Zion’s beautiful story is counterculture in a world where it has become the norm to abort babies given a severe prenatal diagnosis. Thirteen states and the U.S. House have all voted to protect 20-week babies from the pain of abortion, but groups in opposition argue that late-term abortion is necessary in cases where the child is severely disabled. Without uttering a single word, baby Zion challenged the idea that only a “perfect,” “planned” life is worth living. The Blicks have become a source of hope for families in similar situations .
Last October, SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser addressed this issue in The Hill, saying:
“Where a lethal fetal anomaly does exist, patients and their families can and should be offered the compassionate, ethical option of perinatal hospice to support them. Studies have shown that carrying a fatally ill child to term rather than performing a late abortion does not result in increased maternal mortality. On the other hand, it brings comfort to parents who can indeed parent their child as long as time permits. Perinatal hospice also allows families to mourn, the same way in which we would allow families with an adult member for whom treatment has become futile. There are now at least 127 perinatal hospices in the United States.”
Indeed, many families find peace and joy in bringing their children into the world, even when their lives are sure to be short. Testimonies from Isaiah’s Promise, a ministry in Silver Spring, MD that supports families with severe or fatal prenatal diagnoses, provide evidence of this peace.
“We decided that we were “all in” for our little girl,” said one family. “And when she was placed in our arms and we got to look into the face of an angel, we felt overwhelmingly blessed and happy beyond words.”
Other parents said, “We were blessed with our beautiful angel for almost 7 months. We would not trade a moment of the joy and peace we received from being Thomas’ parents for all of the suffering that came from his diagnosis and passing.”
These courageous families teach us that even in the face of unimaginable challenges, every life deserves to be lived, and every person has the capacity to change the world.
For additional info on Zion, read The Blaze's story on his short but remarkable life.Read More
Jan 30, 2014
Pro-Life Representatives Speaking Out for the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act
The House of Representatives passed the common sense, bipartisan No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act (H.R. 7), making permanent the Hyde Amendment and putting an end to taxpayer-funded abortions.
Rep. Ann Wagner (R-MO)
Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO)
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN)
Rep. Diane Black (R-TN)
Rep. Martha Roby (R-AL)
Rep. Renee Ellmers (R-NC)
Rep. Lynn Jenkins (R-KS)
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL)
Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ), Parts 2 & 3
Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ)
Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA)
Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA)
Rep. Spencer Bachus (R-AL)
Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA)
Rep. Marlin Stutzman (R-IN)
Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC)
Rep. Alan Nunnelee (R-MS)
Rep. Phil Roe (R-TN)
Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-KS)
Tags: No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act