Stacey Abrams Claims Fetal Heartbeat is a “Manufactured Sound”

( )- In a recently leaked video, former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams asserted that a baby heartbeat at six weeks is a myth and a “manufactured sound.”

In the video, Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams spreads untruths and misinformation, something that would typically prompt the “Canceling Industrial Complex” into action.

The heartbeat doesn’t exist, according to Abrams.

It’s a fake sound made to persuade people that men have the right to take control of a woman’s body away from her, she claimed. The statement made by “Dr.” Stacey Abrams is untrue. But “Believe All Women” causes “fact-check hesitancy” amongst the virtue-signaling left.

As early as 5 1/2 to 6 weeks following conception, a vaginal ultrasound may be used to find the first signs of a fetal heartbeat, according to Healthline. Fetal poles, the earliest outward indication of embryonic development, can occasionally be detected at that time.

However, a heartbeat can be more accurately detected between 6 1/2 and 7 weeks postpartum. Your first abdominal or vaginal ultrasound may be scheduled to look for indications of a healthy, developing pregnancy.

Radiologist Pradheep J. Shanker provides an excellent explanation of fetal heartbeats in a series of tweets. Shanker also disputed the assertions made by Abrams.

Shanker said that he’d be more than delighted to show Abrams the heartbeat of a fetus that is six weeks old. “Regardless of how badly you want it to be, it’s not an imaginary thing,” Shanker penned.

Democrats are okay with Stacey Abrams misinforming young people about science. It seems inaccurate information only matters when it runs afoul of progressive dogma.

Another Twitter user addressed Abram’s assertion-

“Stacey Abrams is promoting a theory here that ultrasound equipment, currently used in hospitals around the globe, were invented by a cabal of males, to manufacture a sound on purpose, to persuade women to keep unintended pregnancies. QAnon sh*t is nothing compared to this,” wrote Stephen Miller.

Abrams responded, “Viability is the measure and that if a woman’s health or life is endangered, then viability continues till the moment of birth,” in response to the host’s question about whether she thought abortion should be restricted in any way.