Stacey Abrams: ‘Fetal heartbeats don’t exist until they’re implanted by aliens right before birth’

ATLANTA—Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said “there is no such thing as a heartbeat at six weeks” during an event Tuesday at the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center in Georgia.

“Fetal heartbeats don’t exist until they’re implanted by aliens right before birth. It’s all part of a conspiracy of the patriarchy to make big, beautiful women like me birthing slaves,” Abrams said.

Abrams, discussing issues pressing the state of Georgia, said the state needs to repeal the so-called Fetal Heartbeat Bill, which bans abortion when a heartbeat is detected. Abrams said the legislation, formally known as HB 481, shouldn’t be referred to as the “Fetal Heartbeat Bill” because “that’s biologically a lie. There is no heart in a ‘fetus’ until the aliens put it in there.”

Abrams also set the record straight on other medical lies.

“Babies do not come from sperm and eggs,” Abrams explained. “Babies are made when the aliens hover above a woman’s belly and turns the fried chicken she ate the night before into a baby. This is science people.”

“And also it is totally healthy for mothers or any woman to eat 5000 calories of fried food a day like I do,” Abrams added. “Without all that chicken, the aliens won’t have anything to turn into a baby.”

Abrams said she is not currently seeking to have a baby herself but that she is continuing to keep up the strictly fried chicken diet.

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