BIAS! My Pillow Founder Backed Pro Life Movie Gets Slapped with ‘R’ Rating

This is absolutely sickening news coming out of Hollywood. A Pro Life movie backed by My Pillow founder Mike Lindell has been slapped with a rated ‘R’ rating.

The Democratic party stand for abortion and does not care about the life of unborn babies, but apparently they think you don’t know that, and want to keep it that way.

“A 15-year-old girl can get an abortion without her parent’s permission but she can’t see this movie without adult supervision?” stated Ken Rather VP of Distribution for Pure Flix.

The Powerful new film “Unplanned” is set to debut in theaters on March 29th, 2019.

The film is the true story of Abby Johnson who was a clinic director at Planned Parenthood. They were shooting for a PG-13 rating, but the MPAA (Motion Pictures Association of America) says the film will be rated ‘R’ if they don’t remove all scenes of abortion.

That’s real rich coming from Hollywood who will allow full nude sex scenes in PG-13 movies isn’t it?

Mike Lindell, Christian Conservative founder of My Pillow unloaded on the MPAA with this statement.

“This is why Pure Flix exists: to give a platform to these types of movies,” Michael Scott, President of Pure Flix, which offers faith-based programming for streaming, told Fox News Saturday. “We’re proud to be associated with this film and we are confident that our fans will not stay away because of the opinions of reviewers and listen to those in the faith community who have seen the film and agree with us. In this case, R stands for recommended.”

I don’t care what they rate this movie, I’ll make sure I tell everyone I know about it. I encourage all of you to get out and see this movie, and shed the truth and light on this awful thing known as abortion.

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[…] Mike Lindell, founder of My Pillow who invested $1 million into the movie had this to say. “It’s amazing that a 15 year old girl can go get an abortion without her parents permission, but she can’t see this movie.” […]