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Stacey Abrams: Unborn Babies’ Heartbeats At 6 Weeks Not Real, Are ‘Manufactured’ So Men Can Control Women

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Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams said in a recently surfaced video that at six weeks, unborn babies’ heartbeats aren’t real but are actually a “manufactured sound designed” to allow men to “take control of a woman’s body.”

Notably, Abrams campaigned for governor of Georgia in 2018 and notoriously refused to concede to Republican Gov. Brian Kemp after losing, claiming he was not the legitimate governor and that his victory was a result of “voter suppression” and a “broken system.” Oddly, Abrams is choosing to still participate in what she calls a “broken system” as she is again running for governor of Georgia this year.

After supporting conspiracy theories about the election she lost in 2018, Abrams appears to now be suggesting that the medical community is conspiring to fake the heartbeats of unborn babies so men can “take control of a woman’s body.”

“There is no such thing as a heartbeat at six weeks,” Abrams said while serving on a panel. “It is a manufactured sound designed to convince people that men have the right to take control of a woman’s body in place of her.”

While Abrams did not explain who was manufacturing this sound, her comments reject well known biology. As explained by the nonprofit Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI), “There is a functional, beating heart in every human being by 6 weeks of gestation.”

“The early embryonic heartbeat is best detected using doppler ultrasonography. This measures the movement of the beating heart.  Ultrasonography does not measure electrical activity, it measures pulses of high-frequency sound reflected off solid objects,” the CLI added. “At 6 weeks, the embryo’s heart is beating rhythmically, and the heart can be easily identified.”

“While some people falsely claim that a preborn baby at 6 weeks’ gestation is just a clump of cells, science demonstrates the baby is already a complex human being,” explained Dr. Tara Sander Lee, a senior fellow and director of life sciences at CLI. “A preborn baby’s heart is actively beating at 6 weeks and will have already beat nearly 16 million times by 15 weeks. In fact, at 6 weeks’ gestation, the baby’s heart rate is about 98 beats per minute, which can be easily detected by ultrasound.”

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