Contradicting infanticide is a single grain of sand compared to the dialogue in thousands of tax dollar funded TV shows and movies that glorified killing babies.

Jon Voight as Chief Justice Warren Burger in "Roe v. Wade."

'Roe v. Wade' movie debuts after relentless opposition
By Art Moore
Published April 1, 2021 at 7:52pm

CORRECTION: I often blamed Earl Warren for Roe v. Wade. Over the years I posted messages that mistakenly said Earl Warren was chief justice in 1973. My only excuse was confusing Griswold v. Connecticut with Roe v. Wade. There is no excuse for being too stupid to do a little research.

In its 1965 Griswold v. Connecticut decision, the Warren Court affirmed that personal privacy, though not specifically mentioned in the Constitution, is a right granted by the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. After Warren’s retirement, the Griswold v. Connecticut ruling would play a decisive role in the Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion and confirming the constitutional protection of women’s reproductive rights. During the first six months of 2019, nine states pressed the boundaries of Roe v. Wade by enacting early abortion bans outlawing abortions when performed after a certain point early in the pregnancy. Legal challenges to these laws will linger in the courts for years.

I doubt if tax dollar funded movie theaters showed those two movies.

Finally, the federal government was/is fencing baby parts:

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said the "fetal organ trafficking documents shock the conscience and show potentially illegal use of tax dollars to purchase organs of the unborn killed through abortion."

Judicial Watch confirms feds were buying baby body parts
By WND Staff
Published April 1, 2021 at 4:32pm