'Roe v. Wade' director Nick Loeb shares pro-life conversion, says he dreams of 2 aborted babies

By The Christian Post

Nick Loeb attends the 2019 Movieguide awards, Feb. 8, 2019. | Movieguide

ANAHEIM, California — Actor Nick Loeb, director of the upcoming film "Roe v. Wade," revealed why he went from being a pro-choice advocate who supported two abortions in past relationships to a vocal defender of the unborn.

“I grew up in the '80s and early '90s, and I was taught that when I woman gets pregnant, it’s just a bunch of cells; there’s no life there, it’s not a baby until it can kick,” Loeb recalled in an interview with The Christian Post where he admitted to sometimes dreaming of the unborn children he fathered.

“So I had no problem with a woman doing whatever she wanted to do with her own body. I thought, ‘science tells you there’s no life there, so why not terminate it if that’s what you want to do?’”

Source:The Christian Post