With her E! show getting canceled, actress Busy Philipps apparently has a lot of free time on her hands. That’s why she can focus on the things that really matter, like spreading period awareness and testifying about why we need abortions to preserve our dignity as Americans or something:

More from The Hill:

Actress Busy Philipps on Tuesday testified before Congress about her decision to get an abortion when she was 15 and blasted recent bans on the procedure being passed at the state level.

The “Dawson’s Creek” star told a panel of lawmakers on the Judiciary Committee during a hearing focused on state abortion bans that such laws would “drive women and girls” into the shadows.

“Abortion is health care and should not be treated differently as any other health care,” she said.

“I am so sad that we have to sit here in front of a row of politicians and give deeply personal statements because the ‘why’ shouldn’t matter. I am a human being who deserves autonomy in this country that calls itself free.”

Unborn human beings could not be reached for comment.

Anyway, inquiring minds can’t help but wonder why anyone’s looking to Busy Philipps for policy expertise. Congratulations to her on getting an abortion when she was a teenager; she’s still all kinds of wrong. She’s got zero business trying to dictate policy, and politicians shouldn’t make her think she does.

Congress should just make like Busy Philipps’ viewers and ignore her. The only convincing argument Philipps managed to make isn’t even the one she was trying to make: