Kevin Fobbs
Shame: pro-abortion documentary "Trapped" received Sundance standing ovation
By Kevin Fobbs
February 16, 2016

Recently the much vaunted Sundance Film Festival gave a pro-abortion standing ovation which would have broken a thousand hearts of pro-life activists. This was perhaps the best kept secret in America, since in that very same week a pro-life crusader received an indictment for exposing the atrocities of Planned Parenthood support of the sale of fetal body parts. The American Christian Civil Rights Movement has stated that the unborn child must not be abandoned in 2016.

reported how abortion providers stood seemingly brimming with pride as adulations rained down upon them for their movie "Trapped." If one did not know any better, you would have thought that these supporters of the unborn had just received an Olympic gold medal.

In fact, one of the abortionists Amy Hagstrom Miller, founder and CEO of Whole Woman's Health, stressed that many abortion providers "do come from a religious, ethical, moral framework," and said she sees her work as a "human rights issue," according to Breitbart.

Isn't that interesting. Miller labels taking the life of an unborn child as a human rights issue, but does not give the unborn child the dignity of being an unborn child who is human. It is as if logic is at war with a pantheon of soldiers of death determined to make wrong right and dismiss life as inconsequential unless they not God determines who is deemed to be a human being.

While the filmmakers have labeled their film "Trapped" based upon The film's nickname that abortion advocates have given to laws intended to regulate the industry or 'Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers,' or TRAP, it is the unborn child who is actually trapped. It is these unborn children who are trapped in a womb which has become an execution chamber, dictated by abortion supporters.

Perhaps this is what the nation has come to, when the protectors of life are under indictment for telling the truth and the murderers masquerading as heroes receive applause for justifying their murderous practices.

Yet, this indignation does not have its detractors and there is a growing wave of pro-life and Christian leaders and organizations that are unwilling to witness or permit the continued assault upon the unborn child. The abortionist movie has these warriors of death by abortion complaining and gestating in their own verbal self-congratulatory mutterings about the difficulties or carrying our abortion.

The difficulties that these executioners of life refer to is the increasing support nationwide in conservative state legislatures for reigning in abortion as well as making it difficult for Planned Parenthood to continue its practices without increasing regulation by states. In fact, with support for Personhood for the unborn is growing in state legislatures perhaps the abortionists in the movie "Trapped" have something to fear.

Christianity may have taken it on the proverbial chin over the last 7 years of the Obama administration coupled with the U.S. Supreme Court's gay-marriage decision. The American Christian Civil Rights Movement and those supporters of life and the rights of the unborn is positioned in 2016 to go to war against the pro-life detractors, by declaring the Unborn 2016 'Person of the Year.'

In addition, another of the weapons of Christianity of 2016 that will be making its debut in the fall of this year is the movie 'When Angels Weep: Rings of Faith & Fire' . Among other topics that Executive Director and Producer Melanie Tipton's movie will focus on is the very novel idea that there is a right to life unlike liberal movie-makers' ideals and grand schemes which herald the execution of God's creation.

Yes, the liberal pro-abortion cartel has pushed their agenda in every section of American media and now filmmaking and made murdering the unborn the norm. Just remember that the war for the right to life is not over. Christian movie makers like Tipton are rebuilding a base in America which embraces the Christian values of the founders to the American public.

In 2016 this pro-abortion documentary "Trapped" is actually a rallying cry for the unborn child and their supporters. This year, these children will have an opportunity if every person who believes in support of the unborn says no, stands up and joins the American Christian Civil Rights Movement to vote for the unborn child as a 'Person of the Year.' Silence is Betrayal.

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Kevin Fobbs Media Bio: 05-21-2021

About Kevin Fobbs: Kevin Fobbs, a native Detroiter, is Chairman of the American Christian Civil Rights Movement (ACCRM), President of NAACP2021: National Association for the Advancement of Canceled People, Managing Partner of Ascension Entertainment Productions, and director of RTL Productions. He is a producer of the Holocaust-themed movie drama "Never Again," collaborator on the 2018 police documentary "Bleeding Blue" and producer/director of post-Civil War - World War II historical Christian southern civil rights drama "Johnathan - Living on the Edge of History," and Exec/Director-Producer of the film version of his soon to be released book a modern Christian fairy tale "Bernadine and Winston the Crooked Worm's Four Seasons of Life."

In the 1970's Kevin became a professional journalist and attended Wayne State University Law School. His written work has appeared in the New York Times and he has written for The Detroit News, The Michigan Chronicle, Clash Daily, Renew America, Communities Digital News (CDN) among others.

Kevin is co-writer of "Sandy Hook Massacre: When Seconds Count - Police Are Minutes Away In 2014 Kevin, together with his grandson, co-authored the Christian children's book "Is There a Lion in My Kitchen? " He is co-author of "Shut Yo' Mouth! How the Left Plays the Race Card to Silence Conservatives and How to Stop It.

He is co-host of New Right Network's "American Exceptionalism" and upcoming "American Correct" podcast shows.


For nearly 40 years, Kevin's personal devotion to Christian conservative values and principles has guided his public service in both state and national government, as well as private sector and media leadership roles, including elected and appointed positions. The primary Biblical verse that guides Kevin is: Isaiah 6:8 (NIV) 8 Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?" And I said, "Here am I. Send me!"


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