Acton was born Amy Stearns and raised on the north side of Youngstown, Ohio, living “in 18 different places in a 12-year period, including in a tent when she was homeless.” She described in a 2020 interview with Youngstown’s WKBN having random neighbors give her and her brother breakfast “because they knew we were hungry” and also “people looking the other way, not wanting their kids to play with me because we were dirty and smelly.” She described in a 2019 interview being neglected and abused while she lived with her mother following her parents’ divorce. By 7th grade she was living with her father in a more stable environment, and at Liberty High School was a member of the National Honor Society and Homecoming queen.
Operation Rescue is the Pro Life arm of CBN.
Clearly this is payback for Acton allowing abortion clinics to continue operating while bringing the iron boot down on everyone else.
Pat Robertson has learned to play Saul Alinsky.
This story is fascinating at so many levels.
And yes, it’s impossible to believe that Mike DeWine knew nothing about this. He needs to go next.