Former Minority Leader of the Georgia House of Representatives Stacey Abrams speaking with attendees at a conversation at the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, Arizona. Gage Skidmore via Wikimedia Commons

A fact checker called out Georgia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams over the weekend for lying about abortions and miscarriages.

According to PolitiFact, Abrams’ attack on pro-life Gov. Brian Kemp [in ads] for supposedly wanting to “investigate and punish women for having miscarriages” is completely false.

The ads referred to the state heartbeat law that Kemp, a pro-life Republican, signed in 2019 to ban abortions once an unborn baby’s heartbeat is detectable. In the ads, Abrams claimed that Kemp wants to “investigate and punish women for having miscarriages.”

According to Politifact, “The Abrams campaign did not cite any instances of Kemp saying he wanted women to be investigated for miscarriages.”

Read more at Life News.

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Fred
Fred
1 month ago

Fat ass whore only lies.

Daniel Moylan
Daniel Moylan
1 month ago
Reply to  Fred

we should not be surprised , she is a demoscum

Daniel Moylan
Daniel Moylan
1 month ago
Reply to  Fred

oh, and please stop insulting whores that way.

Scotty
Scotty
1 month ago

A DemocRat telling LIES? Say it ain’t so!

Richard Hennessy
Richard Hennessy
1 month ago

Just more blatant fearmongering by Abrams, a tactic that has become a favorite among Democrat politicians.

Philip Hammersley
Philip Hammersley
1 month ago

All that gap-tooth knows are lies! She couldn’t tell the truth on anything if her life depended on it!

Inkpad
Inkpad
1 month ago

What a carrier corrupt democrat politician LIE ??

Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
1 month ago

This radical ignoramus seems to believe she has some kind of authority over this issue. The Supreme Court clearly and simply moved all authority out of the federal jurisdiction and placed it under the state legislatures. Perhaps someone ought to explain it to her in simpler terms.

Because she currently holds neither federal nor state position, she needs to clarify whence she derives her authority. If by some perversion of Georgia politics she rises to the state house, she’ll be authorized to cast one vote out of 180. If she rises to the Georgia senate, she’ll have one vote out of 56. Until then, we’re really very tired of hearing her voice.