Stacey Abrams Calls Georgia Bill Protecting Babies with a HEARTBEAT “Evil”

Failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is calling the new pro-life “Heartbeat Bill” that protects living baby fetuses with a heartbeat “evil.”

Breitbart reported that Sunday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” 2018 Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said the Georgia “fetal heartbeat” bill that would ban abortion as soon as a doctor can detect a fetal heartbeat was “evil.”

While discussing a potential filming boycott in Georgia if the bill becomes law, Abrams said, “We have to be a state that is not only friendly to businesses we have to be friendly to the women who work in businesses. You should not have to worry about you ability to controlling your bodily autonomy because the governor has pushed such an abominable and evil bill that is so restrictive. It’s not only bad for morality and our humanity, it’s bad for business.”

Hollywood celebrities have threatened to boycott filming in Georgia due to the pro-life bill passed.

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Pro-abortion politician Stacey Abrams slammed a Georgia bill as “evil” on Sunday because it protects unborn babies from abortion once their heartbeats are detectable.

Abrams, who lost to pro-life Republican Gov. Brian Kemp in 2018, criticized pro-life lawmakers and the heartbeat bill during a rally in Dalton, Georgia, according to the Times Free Press.

“HB 481 is evil. And it exists because it was a campaign promise. It exists because it was a political stunt,” Abrams said.

And while Abrams attributed insidious motives to pro-life lawmakers, the local news suggested that her motivation for attacking the bill is political power.

According to the report: “… Abrams has maintained that her goal since she was a child was to occupy the governor’s mansion that Kemp now calls home. She said legislation like the abortion bill could lead her to challenge Kemp in 2022.”

Georgia House Bill 481, the Living Infants Fairness and Equality (L.I.F.E.) Act, would ban abortions on an unborn baby after their heartbeat is detectable, around six weeks. It would allow exceptions for rape, incest and threats to the mother’s life. In addition, the bill would allow parents to claim unborn babies as dependents on their taxes and include the unborn baby in census data. It also would allow mothers to collect child support for pregnancy and delivery costs from the father prior to the baby’s birth.

It passed a final vote Friday in the House, and now is headed to the governor’s desk for his signature.

Kemp said he would sign it into law, but he is facing a massive protest from Hollywood elites who are threatening to boycott the state and take their millions in movie and television productions with them.

Abrams joined the pro-abortion movement in slamming the legislation Sunday.

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“It is dangerous,” she told reporters after the rally. “I think it is scientifically insupportable. I know it will cause harm to women, especially to those women who face the highest rate of maternal mortality already. We know that we will lose doctors. We will lose jobs. And I believe it is purely a craven exercise designed to fulfill a political promise.”

What Abrams meant by “scientifically insupportable” is not clear, but it is generally medically accepted that an unborn baby’s heart is beating by six weeks of pregnancy, though research by the University of Oxford suggests the heartbeat may begin as early as 16 days after conception.

Abrams’ claims that the bill is dangerous also ignore the fact that it protects human lives by banning abortions. If enforced, the legislation would end almost all abortions in Georgia and save countless unborn babies’ lives. Legalized abortion also does nothing to help prevent maternal mortality.