Pro-life actor Ashton Kutcher shared a powerful pro-life message featuring a man with Down Syndrome alongside the message “Everyone’s life matters.”
Kutcher, of That 70’s Show and Dude Where’s My Car fame, posted a powerful pro-life message featuring a man with Down Syndrome speaking on Capitol Hill. The video offers a new perspective on the new movement to abort babies who are shown with Down syndrome, and lists some of the potential scientific and societal ramifications.
“Sadly, across the world, a notion is being sold that maybe we don’t need research concerning Down Syndrome,” the man began, “Some people say prenatal screens will identify Down Syndrome in the womb and those pregnancies will just be terminated.”
“I completely understand that the people pushing this particular ‘final solution’ are saying that people like me should not exist.”
Everyone's life is valuable.
Posted by Ashton Kutcher on Wednesday, January 16, 2019
He went on to explain that those with Down Syndrome offer an opportunity for rapid scientific advancement in the fields of research into cancer, Alzheimer’s Disease, and auto immune disorders, and that the current dilemma over aborting babies with Down Syndrome offers an opportunity to reexamine the ethics of eugenics.
“We are a medical gift to society. A blueprint for medical research into cancer, Alzheimer’s, and immune system disorders,” he explained, “We are the canary in the eugenics coal mine. We are giving the world a chance to think about the ethics of choosing which humans get a chance at life.”
Kutcher’s video, which has nearly 5 million views and has been shared over 100,000 times at press time, came only days before Virginia Governor Ralph Northam would endorse a bill that would have made it legal to commit infanticide against undesired babies, up to and after the point of delivery.
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