By Carol Tobias, President, National Right to Life
You need to go. You must go. And you must encourage others to go as well.
If you can’t make it to “Gosnell: the Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” today, do your best to get to a theater this weekend. Large weekend openings are very, very important because they help to ensure that theaters keep the movie in their line-up and other movie-goers will become curious and decide to see it.
Seeing the story of abortionist Kermit Gosnell on the big screen will re-energize pro-lifers to continue their endeavors to protect unborn babies and their mothers. However, hopefully, viewing the trial of the man convicted of three counts of first degree murder will better inform those who are sitting on the fence, or maybe even support abortion.
You and I know that many people are conflicted about abortion. They know these preborn babies are human beings that should be protected but they have a reluctance to tell a woman she can’t kill that child if she wants to.
If you have a friend or family member who fits that category, ask him/her/them to see the movie. Better yet, ask them to go with you and offer to pay for the ticket. This may lead to an honest discussion that allows you to present pro-life facts they didn’t want to hear before.
To find a theater near you, go to gosnellmovie.com. With a wonderful cast telling a tragic story, don’t miss this great opportunity to influence others around you.