Actress Anne Hathaway left jaws on the floor when she told The View what she really thought about abortion

Most Hollywood celebrities are leftists and ignorant.

Just because someone can make a good movie does not mean they understand quantum physics, biology, or facts.

And actress Anne Hathaway just proved this point when she told The View what she really thought about abortion.

There is no doubt that Anne Hathaway used to be a decent actress.  

She starred in great films like The Devil Wears Prada and Les Miserables.

While she has had leading roles in a few movies recently, she hasn’t starred in a big success in almost a decade.

Celebrities have to be relevant

And to Hollywood’s pampered stars, there is nothing worse than being forgotten, or B-listed.

That is the fate that awaits Hathaway as many critics believe her acting abilities are not that impressive and that she has been more lucky than good.

But Hathaway seems to be fighting that fate as best she can by screaming to all who will hear her, “I am relevant!”

So, like many, once-famous stars, Hathaway has taken to the TV talk show circuit.

That’s how Hathaway immediately did become relevant again, but not for the right reasons.

Hathaway recently appeared on the left-wing daytime talk show, The View, to dazzle the world with her complete lack of intelligence and character.

Abortion is just another word for . . .

Co-host Joy Behar prompted Hathaway’s ignorant and disgusting comments during the latter part of the show, when she asked her about an abortion-themed post marking the 16th anniversary of the film, The Devil Wears Prada.

Behar read the post Hathaway shared to her Instagram followers shortly after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, in which Hathaway said she would be part of the “fight” for abortion rights.

Then things got bizarre and vomit inducing.

Hathaway claimed that “abortion can be another word for mercy.”

“My own personal experience with abortion and I don’t think we talk about this enough, abortion can be another word for mercy,” she said.

Elaborating on that ridiculous thought Hathaway said, “We don’t know. We don’t know.” 

Then added, “We know that no two pregnancies are alike, and it follows that no two lives are alike, it follows that no two conceptions are alike. So how can we have a law, how can we have a point of view on this that says we must treat everything the same?”

Hathaway, of course, does not understand that nothing the Supreme Court did actually does what she claimed.

But more importantly, the act of slaughtering babies can simply not be called an act of mercy.

It’s not a moral conversation

The actress added, “And by the way, this is not a moral conversation about abortion, this is a practical conversation about women’s rights, and by the way human rights, because women’s rights are human rights.”

Sorry again Anne, the killing of children is in fact a moral issue, likely one of the most important moral issues there is.

What’s not moral is calling murder mercy.

But then again, while Hathaway has been known for some good starring roles, and half-way decent acting, she has never been known for either her intellect or her morals.

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