Stacey Abrams is a candidate that has been in the news frequently in recent years, including a run for Governor of Georgia in 2018, which resulted in a loss and claims that the election was not safe and secure. Abrams, a Democrat from Georgia, is running for Governor once again, and on “The View” she claimed that the proposed 6-week abortion ban is ‘arbitrary’ – a comment some have viewed as selfish and uninformed, from a politician trying to push an agenda.
Offering remarks during a Wednesday appearance on The View, Abrams insisted that abortion is “a decision that should be made between a woman and her doctor, that viability is the metric, and that if a woman’s health or life is in danger, then viability extends until the time of birth.”
Abrams did not expound on what constitutes as a woman’s life or health being in danger.
“I believe that abortion is a medical decision, not a political decision,” she said. “And arbitrary, politically defined timelines are deeply problematic because they ignore the reality of medical and physiological issues.”
“For example, a six-week ban tells women they have to make reproductive choices before they know they’re pregnant. And that arbitrariness extends into these artificial timelines,” Abrams said.
Abrams also declared during her appearance on the show that no one believes “there should not be a limit” on abortion, adding that “the limit should not be made by politicians who don’t understand basic biology or, apparently, basic morality.”
Experts agree that an unborn baby at 6 six has a heartbeat and other functions proving that he/she is an advanced form of life, and certainly not a ‘clump of cells’ that can be killed. Stacey Abrams is choosing the selfish freedoms that her left-wing base demands over the life of an unborn child. Abortion up until the time of birth is an issue that is an evil that goes with very little coverage. While abortion in the third trimester is rare, unborn children born at only 5-6 months are frequently able to go into incubation and live long and healthy lives.