Stephen Baldwin Attacks Brother Alec Baldwin On Twitter Over Georgia "Heartbeat Bill" And Alyssa Milano Driven Boycott
Stephen Baldwin attacked his brother Alec Baldwin on Twitter in a rant bashing his politics, including his support for Alyssa Milano's drive to have Hollywood boycott filming in Georgia.
The former Melrose Plac e star and activist has started a petition to have Hollywood stop filming all projects in order in protest a Georgia abortion bill. The Heartbeat Bill, as it is being dubbed, would limit all abortions to six weeks from the conception date. If the bill passes, the only exceptions to the law would be those pregnancies conceived through rape or incest.
Alec singed Milano's petition in support of boycotting Georgia if the Heartbeat Bill becomes a law. It has already passed in the Senate, next up is the House of Representatives. His signature outraged his brother Stephen. The youngest Baldwin did not hold back as he told his brother and all others who signed the petition they were "going to hell."
"avoided tweets like this long as I could now to overwhelming Love will ultimately wins Jesus, but for so long I've sat back & trusted God as my own family members have perpetrated the spirit of hate through abortion Mockery & blindness #sad #Alec #hates #pray #Hollywood #sad #goingtohell #pray" read his entire Tweet.
Although he did not address his older brother in the Tweet specifically, Hailey Bieber's dad did use Alec's name in a hashtag, which is also how he told the Will & Grace actor he was going to hell.
The structure of his Tweet is odd, but The Usual Suspect star has always had his unique way of expressing his thoughts. His message earned him a lot of praise from followers who took his side over Alec's.
Stephen is extremely religious, as anyone who follows him on social media is aware. Therefore, it is not surprising he chose to speak out on the Georgia Heartbeat Bill. It is a very complicated, sensitive and personal choice when it comes to approving or disapproving of such a potential law.
Over 50 Hollywood stars have signed the petition to boycott Georgia is the bill becomes a law. The reasoning behind the extreme measure is the hope the potential economic fallout could stop the bill in the House of Representatives.
Alec Baldwin has yet to respond to his brother, Stephen Baldwin's Tweet saying he is going to hell for his support in protesting a Georgia abortion bill.