Georgia is working on passing the Heartbeat Bill. A bill that protects the lives of babies once they develop a heartbeat. Baby killers and Alyssa Milano’s Hollywood B-listers have already cried foul about the bill. But now it appears the woman who Georgia did not want as Governor feels like adding her two cents.
During an appearance on MSNBC’s AM Joy Stacey Abrams was interviewed and expressed her opinion on the life-saving bill.
What do you make of these calls to boycott the state of Georgia? Joy asked Abrams.
“I think it is a call to action and a call to attention. I do not actually support a boycott of our state. I think you revictimize women in particular when you take away the jobs that have come to the state. However, I think it is very short sided of our business community and our political leadership to not recognize that these jobs can go elsewhere.
Georgia grew its film industry on the backs of the shutdown of the tax credit in Michigan and North Carolina. Those tax credits are still available if those governors, now Democrats, refund those credits and we have already seen governors across the country say you can bring your jobs here. I think Georgia has to realize that while we are enjoying an extraordinary boom in the film industry, there is nothing that says it has to stay here.
We have to be a state that is not only friendly to businesses we have to be friendly to the women who work in businesses. You should not have to worry about your ability to controlling your bodily autonomy because the governor has pushed such an abominable and evil bill that is so restrictive. It’s not only bad for morality and our humanity, it’s bad for business.”
A baby’s heartbeat develops between the 5th and 7th week. Which would give women a month to decide to destroy a blessing. The bill also accounts for pregnancies that could harm the mother and victims of rape. So it is a very lenient bill. These Hollywood actors are just trying to bully Georgia to abide by their ideologies. Georgia is not California. One Liberal Safe Space is enough.