On Thursday's "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat highlighted an awkward moment on the "Busy Tonight" show, in which host Busy Phillips expressed her concern over the controversial "heartbeat" bill signed into law Tuesday by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp. The awkward moment came when Phillips shifted topics rather abruptly to discuss the 2019 Met Gala.
In this clip, Pat explained that after sharing that her E! talk show was being canceled, Phillips' decided to utilize one of her final episodes as an opportunity to get political and open up about her concerns about the state of abortion in America.
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"This morning the Georgia governor signed a bill effectively banning abortion after five to six weeks into pregnancy — that is before most women even know that they are pregnant," Phillips said. "I know that people feel very strongly about abortion but let me just say this ... women and their doctors are in the best position to make informed decisions about what is best for them and nobody else."
The former late-night host went on to say that Georgia's new law will put women at greater health risks associated with illegal, "back alley" abortions. Phillips went on to say that one out of four women will have an abortion before age 45, adding that she had an abortion at age 15.
"I am telling you this because I am genuinely scared for women and girls all over this country," Phillips said.
Pat said that his own grandmother died from complications of having a "back alley" abortion, which placed him in a position to fully understand the realities of unsafe abortions.
"That is what we are up against, people who are proud of their abortions ... all that [progressives] want is for that abortion mill to continue. All they have become is a death cult," Pat said.
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