Justin Bieber’s Mother Helping Raise $10M for Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers
On the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s disastrous decision in Roe v. Wade, I’ve decided to remind the younger generation that had the purveyors of infanticide gotten their way, Justin Bieber would’ve long ago been relegated to nothing more than a bloody, torn up pile of rotting flesh.
So, think of that whenever one of your friends or teachers starts going on about being “pro-choice.” What they are really saying is that they support murdering the next Justin Bieber…or, even your next best friend:
Justin Bieber’s mom producing pro-life film after confessing she would have had an abortion had she not been Christian
Sarah Boesveld – NationalPost
Pattie Mallette’s position on abortion is clear: Had she not converted to Christianity before getting pregnant as a teen, her pop star phenom son Justin Bieber would have never been born.
But now, with a memoir under her belt and her son’s next album dropping soon, the Stratford, Ont., born mother is carving out a niche as an anti-abortion crusader […]
The 37-year-old is the new, public face of a short-film fundraising project to raise at least $10-million for American pregnancy centres, which encourage women to go through with a pregnancy, not terminate it.
Ms. Mallette is executive producer of the short film, Crescendo, which carries a strong pro-life message and will be screened in pregnancy centres across the United States, and if their goal is met, around the world.
Ms. Mallette discussed abortion openly in her gritty memoir Nowhere But Up: The Story of Justin Bieber’s Mom, released by a Christian publishing house, but the debut of the film on Feb. 28 appears to mark the beginning of a charitable career trying to help teen mothers like herself. In 2011, her son donated proceeds from one of his songs to help save the Bethesda Centre in London, Ont., where Ms. Mallette stayed while pregnant with Bieber.
Working with the production company Movie to Movement, Ms. Mallette will even appear at “some” of the screenings to tell her personal story — one marked with sexual abuse, abandonment, drugs and acting out before she found God.
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