Actress Lee-Alyn Baker, who played Amy Duncan on the Disney sitcom Good Luck Charlie, spoke about her pro-life perspective on the July 19 episode of Christine Yergin. Podcast “Speak Out” Posted on YouTube.
Baker said he “joined” the mainstream media’s pro-abortion view that “many men in Washington, D.C., do not have the right to make abortion decisions.” [women’s] corpse. ‘” The actress changed her mind when she learned how the procedure would affect a developing baby.
“I started learning more about how babies actually feel pain and move away from needles, and about the brutal experience of real children. And the fact that it’s a child,” Baker said. said. “Yes, I am pro-life.” (Related: Pro-Life Activists Gather at Lincoln Memorial to Celebrate One Year After Overturned Law)
Ms Baker said she had “only sympathy” for those who chose to have abortions and stressed that she “doesn’t think she’s qualified to sit in the abortion judging chair”.
Asked if any of his former castmates had contacted him, Baker said that since he went public with his conservative political policies, only two child actors from ‘Good Luck Charlie’ have contacted him. rice field. She revealed that none of her direct cast contacted her.
The controversy over self-proclaimed “California refugees” is nothing new. In 2021, Baker voiced his refusal to vaccinate mandates at a meeting of the Williamson County Board of Education. her statement It was recorded and posted on social media.
Actress Lee-Allyn Baker, also a WCS parent, said: “Some children will not be vaccinated.” pic.twitter.com/E4GM4pesR5
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“I think people don’t really understand that when I fight for our children and our freedom, I’m also fighting for everyone else’s freedom,” Baker said. .