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Sep 23 2022

Stacey Abrams Reveals Fetal Heartbeats Are a Conspiracy

The Party of Science has spoken. Babies no longer have a heartbeat at 6 weeks after conception. To say otherwise is to advance a conspiracy theory. We have it straight from Stacey Abrams, who according to the current White House Press Secretary (and Abrams herself) is the Governor of Georgia:

The logic is simple. That babies have a heartbeat 6 weeks after conception impedes killing the babies as sacrifices to the progressive lifestyle. Therefore, they do not have heartbeats.

The conspiracy must reach to the very top of the medical instruments industry. Expect congressional investigations to begin soon.

Misinformation that supports the conspiracy needs to go down the memory hole, because if it is now true that babies don’t have heartbeats at 6 weeks, it must always have been true.

Planned Parenthood is already on the job:

Medical journals will also require some cleanup. Via Washington Examiner:

Searching medical journals, you find plenty of references to a fetal heartbeat, even at six weeks. A 2011 article in the Journal of Prenatal Medicine noted : “At the end of the fourth week of gestation, the heartbeats of the embryo begin.”

The authors, obstetricians in Italy, continued, “The heart, whose development starts at the 3rd week of gestation, has rapid and irregular contractions capable of pumping the blood inside the vessels.” Journal articles with statements like this are everywhere.

Here’s a 2009 journal article about “the normal range of embryonic heart rate and fetal heart rate at six to 11 weeks of gestation.”

More for the memory hole:

In case there are any science deniers out there, a Washington Post fact checker confirms that Stacey Abrams is correct.

Moonbats would not have made Stacey Abrams the President of the United Earth if she didn’t know what she is talking about.

Georgians, vote wisely.

On tips from seaoh and Occam’s Stubble.


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