Kathy Zhu (Twitter profile)

Kathy Zhu (Twitter profile)

A college student who gained a large social-media following in 2016 when she switched from being a supporter of Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump has made another switch, all because she saw the new “Gosnell” movie.

Kathy Zhu, who attends the University of Central Florida and has close to 50,000 Twitter followers, says she’s suddenly pro-life, after watching the movie documenting the serial killings by Dr. Kermit Gosnell.

The Philadelphia abortionist is serving life in prison for the murder of three infants who were born alive during late-term abortion procedures.

“Yesterday, I was pro-choice. I believed that women should have a say & the gov shouldn’t be interfering w/ our lives,” Zhu wrote.

“Today, I’m pro-life. After watching #Gosnell & doing in-depth research, I finally understand the horrors of loopholes in late term abortions. Pls go watch Gosnell.”

That brought statements of support, including one from Lucinda Mason of Orlando, Florida, who said:

“Glad you changed your opinion. The horrors of abortion don’t just end with the death of a baby. Many women suffer deep emotional wounds from choosing to kill their child. Thankfully, there is forgiveness from a holy and loving God.”

As WND reported, Phelim McAleer, producer of “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer,” says he and his team are receiving reports from across the country of movie theaters obstructing people who want to see his film about the notorious abortion doctor.

“People are saying that they are going to the box office and being told that the film isn’t being shown when it is actually being shown,” McAleer said in a video posted on Facebook.


“We are being told that people are also not able to buy tickets online,” he said. “We’re told that when people phone theaters, they’re told not to go, that it’s propaganda.”

“This is suppression of this film. You know that the mainstream media have been trying to close down the Gosnell story since the moment it started,” said McAleer.

the Daily Wire reported that despite surpassing box office expectations – finishing in the Top 10 grossing films with a revenue of $1.2 million – of the 668 cinemas that ran the film over the weekend, 188 have dropped it, including those in major cities where it was performing the strongest.

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