Hollywood bigwigs have not lifted a finger or raised a voice for the innocent victims of these criminal enterprises. But you can. Independent filmmakers Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney and their crew are producing a made-for-TV movie on Gosnell, whom they rightly dub "America's Most Prolific Serial Killer." These trailblazers have circumvented the information and entertainment gatekeepers before with their crowd-funded smash hit, "FrackNation." They're poised to upend the mainstream entertainment culture again. But they need your help.
For the past month, McAleer and McElhinney have conducted the largest-ever crowd-funding campaign in American history. Forced off of crowd-funding site Kickstarter by extreme pro-abortion censors, they are raising money on Indiegogo. Nearly 17,000 donors have contributed more than $1.6 million. The Gosnell moviemakers now have a little more than a week to reach their $2.1-million goal.
Why make a made-for-TV movie about Gosnell?
Because the Philadelphia Horror is a chilling tale of how mass murder, masquerading as "choice," got a pass -- and all Americans need to know about it.
Because there are vital lessons here for every daughter, mother and grandmother about the dangers of apathetic bureaucrats and the duplicity of "reproductive services" providers.
Because Gosnell may be behind bars now, but he is not alone.
California's Dr. Andrew Rutland, Maryland's Dr. Steven Brigham and Texas' Dr. Douglas Karpen are just three of the Dr. Deaths who reportedly endangered women or killed babies born alive. Like Gosnell, Rutland killed an Asian woman after administering a drug overdose during a late-term abortion procedure. Like Gosnell, Brigham stored the bodies of late-term fetuses in freezers. Medical boards and health departments downplayed or whitewashed their murderous malpractice just like they did in Pennsylvania.
Thanks to McAleer and McElhinney's vision, courage and tenacity, you can help end the cover-up once and for all. You can make a difference by donating at gosnellmovie.com. I can't think of a better way to honor Mother's Day: Show your reverence for life, help expose the truth, seize this cultural moment and make history.