LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MAY 29: The Netflix logo is displayed at Netflix offices on Sunset Boulevard on May 29, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said the company will reconsider their 'entire investment' in Georgia if a strict new abortion law is not overturned in the state. According to state data, the film industry in Georgia contributed $2.7 billion in direct spending while supporting 92,000 local jobs. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)




A petition launched yesterday that was only up for mere hours before Netflix alone lost $41,800, with Hulu and Disney Plus suffering another $20,000 in losses. Both numbers represent estimated annual losses based on the “Money lost per month” total on the petition website.

After these streaming giants announced that they would consider pulling investment from the state of Georgia following the passing of a sweeping abortion ban, many pro-lifers have decided to pull the plug on their subscriptions.


Not only has Netflix warned it will look to discontinue funding if the “heartbeat bill” comes into effect next year, but it has also vowed to join forces with the ACLU and mount a legal challenge against the new law.

That declaration has caused many avid Netflix subscribers to cease giving money to an organization that openly and actively supports the aborting of unborn babies.


Indeed, while #BoycottNetflix illustrates the sheer exodus of subscribers from the service, one pro-life advocate has gone a step further by launching a petition which aims to highlight the amount of money these pro-abortion streaming services are losing as a result of their controversial choices.

RedPetition.com displays one clear heading: “Money Lost Per Month,” before listing various streaming services, including Netflix, who support the proliferation of abortion services.

The idea is to encourage people to cancel their subscription before filling out a form and declaring how much money they will not be spending ever month.

Let’s show the mainstream media, and liberal corporations that our dollars matter,” the petition page declares.

So far, the campaign indicates that Netflix is losing $3,500 dollars as a result of the action taken by many to cancel their subscriptions.

The petition was the brainchild of pro-life advocate, Marcus Pittman.

“I started Red Petition because I felt like the conservative voice was not being heard,” he told Faithwire. “It’s one thing to sign a petition and just add your name to a list of other names, but I thought what really needs to happen is for that petition to calculate the value of all the customers who have or will cancel.”

Marcus added that people are increasingly “fed up with liberal media going against their values, and ignoring them,” noting that “what liberal media, and their stockholders can’t ignore is a massive loss of money.”


If you have a Netflix subscription know you are supporting people who are for abortion and are fighting states who are passing pro-life laws that will save babies.

Obianuju Ekeocha


Hey look @netflix is rabidly pro-abortion!!!

It’s very telling that none of these organizations protested extreme abortion/infanticide laws in New York and other states.

But they’re all protesting a law that protects babies ????https://variety.com/2019/film/features/abortion-laws-hollywood-studios-netflix-1203225843/amp/?__twitter_impression=true 

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Pittman said that “over 300 people” have signed up sign up and cancelled Netflix in just one day.”

“And that’s just with our soft launch,” he added. “That’s $36,000 a year Netflix has lost just within my close circle of friends.”

Since corresponding with Pittman, the amount has climbed several thousand more.

As the petition gains more momentum, Marcus hopes that Netflix will start to lose “millions” in subscription fees. “It’s one thing to say conservatives have cancelled Netflix, it’s another thing all together to say ‘Conservatives across the country lost Netflix millions of dollars,’” he said.

Dan Bongino


Get “woke” go broke.



Netflix is considering boycotting Georgia in light of the state’s fetal heartbeat abortion banhttps://www.axios.com/netflix-considers-boycotting-georgia-fetal-heartbeat-abortion-ban-9dfe220a-b3ba-4eed-a5e3-35957546569e.html?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=organic&utm_content=1100 

Jim Stalker@JimStalker6

The fact that Netflix even entertained the idea of boycotting Georgia made my decision to never subscribe to their service that much easier. They may be ok with killing kids, but you will not bully me into supporting it.

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Erica Camm@cammsurvivor

stay out of politics Netflix’s you are here to entertain I don’t want to know your stance but since you gave it,if you pull out in Georgia I will pull the plug on you.

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Pittman told Faithwire that he hoped the Red Petition “encourages conservatives to see that they can do something to fight against these companies who attack their values.”

“We are not helpless, in a business the consumer is the one with all the power,” he added. “I think we’ve forgotten that, and Red Petition is a way to be reminded that conservative values have actual value.”

Fr. Matt@FrMattHarlow

If Netflix stops filming in Georgia because we value life, why don’t we in Georgia boycott Netflix? I can always buy my The Office reruns on DVD.

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Hey @netflix, our family decided to “rethink” our investment in your service. We have decided to go in another direction.

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Right now, the media service could really do without suffering a potential fatal plummeting of subscription numbers. Netflix is facing a deepening pit of debt, as it continues to plow funds into producing original content at a hefty loss.

According to Forbes, the company is expected to generate a “cash loss of $3.5 billion” this year. So, if it cannot drum up new customers, the company will be teetering on the edge of bankruptcy.

A lack of new subscribers will be mean it “won’t be able to meet its debt obligations,” Forbes noted, “and it will quickly throw the company into bankruptcy.”

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David Oshin is a Content Creator || Full stack Web Developer||Podcast Host || Digital Marketing Strategist. He is very passionate about UNITY of the body of Christ.

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