White House Reportedly Planning to Screen Pro-Life Film “Gosnell” This Week

The White House is reportedly planning to screen the pro-life movie “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” this week, according to multiple news publications.

Starring Dean Cain, “Gosnell” followed the real-life story of Pennsylvania abortionist Dr. Kermit Gosnell, who was found guilty in 2013 of killing three newborn babies and allowing a patient to die at his Philadelphia clinic.

The Hollywood Reporter published a story Tuesday, citing unnamed “insiders” which said that the screening will take place on Friday.

Notable pro-life activists were reportedly invited to the special screening of “Gosnell,” with security checks already in process, according to the Reporter.

Ruth Graham of Slate also published a story on Tuesday afternoon regarding the screening, writing that the event “seems intended as a gesture of support for the anti-abortion activist community.”

The official “Gosnell” movie Twitter account has retweeted news of the screening on their feed, including many who have posted links to both the Reporter article and the Slate piece.

The Christian Post reached out to the White House Press Office for a response but they did not return comment by press time.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Gryboski