After watching the newly released Gosnell movie portraying the trial of a notorious abortionist, a Florida college student with tens of thousands of social media followers switched from being pro-abortion to pro-life.
University of Central Florida student Kathy Zhu – who picked up nearly 50,000 Twitter followers after she renounced her support of Hillary Clinton in 2016 to back her then-Republican rival for the presidency, Donald Trump – no longer identifies as “pro-choice” after visiting the theater to watch Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer.
From pro-choice to pro-life activist?
The crowd-funded pro-life movie that made the nation’s top 10 in its first week at the box office despite its limited showing in theaters – a film that documents the serial killings of abortionist Dr. Kermit Gosnell – actually motivated Zhu to start promoting the pro-life message on her widely followed social media account.
“Today, I’m pro-life,” Zhu tweeted Monday. “After watching #Gosnell & doing in-depth research, I finally understand the horrors of loopholes in late term abortions. Pls go watch Gosnell.”
It changed her entire perspective on the debate between the sanctity of human life and women’s so-called “reproductive rights.
“Yesterday, I was pro-choice,” she continued in her Twitter post. “I believed that women should have a say & the gov shouldn’t be interfering w/ our lives.”
Encouraging pro-lifers and ‘pro-choicers’ alike
One of America’s leading pro-life organizations was encouraged by Zhu’s response to the film.
“Wow. Thank you for your courage!” March for Life exclaimed Monday on Twitter after Zhu’s conversion post. “@Gosnell Movie really is a powerful film!”
A pro-life advocate was also glad to hear about Zhu’s turnaround.
“Glad you changed your opinion,” pro-lifer Lucinda tweeted Monday. “The horrors of abortion don’t just end with the death of a baby. Many women suffer deep emotional wounds from choosing to kill their child. Thankfully, there is forgiveness from a holy and loving God.”
Kudos to the film’s producers and director were also expressed on the popular social media channel.
“A well done movie – had me at the edge of my seat. So much evidence,” Ana Perez tweeted Monday. “God bless the women who worked there that testified and the woman who decided to keep her child. It was a combination of teamwork and miracles. The blogger was one of my fave people in the movie.”
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SOURCE: One News Now, Michael F. Haverluck