SHOCKING: Stacey Abrams says 6 week heartbeat is FAKE

According to Stacey Abrams, a Democratic candidate for governor of Georgia, a foetal heartbeat at six weeks gestation is "no such thing."

Abrams asserted during a speech at the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center in Atlanta that men who want to "take control" of women "manufactured" the sound of such baby heartbeats.

In her address to the crowd, Stacey Abrams, the Democrat attempting to unseat Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, declared that "There is no such thing as a heartbeat at six weeks.

Abrams appeared to be referencing to Georgia's pro-life legislation that was passed following the Roe v. Wade decision this year.

The Life Act, sometimes known as the "heartbeat" ill bis a law in Georgia that forbids abortions whenever a foetal heartbeat is found, sometimes as early as six weeks. If a police report is made, there are exceptions to the Georgia legislation for rape and incest. Additionally, it permits subsequent abortions in cases where the mother's life is in danger or a foetus is rendered inviable due to a major medical condition.

A federal judge declared the bill illegal and halted it after it was passed in 2019. The decision of the lower court was overruled by a federal appeals court, allowing the statute to go into force on July 20.

For clarity, Fox News Digital contacted Abrams' office, but it did not hear back.

Abrams, who was pro-life right up until the age of thirty, when she started thinking about running for office, has made a concerted effort to establish herself as a pro-choice candidate for governor.

Alyssa Farah Griffin, the anchor of "The View," questioned Abrams about what restrictions on abortion availability she would accept during her appearance there last week. In response, Abrams said that a woman should have the option of an abortion up until the moment of delivery if her "health or life" is in danger.

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