(Pamela Cosel, Headline USA) Black lives matter, as leftists have relentlessly reminded, but it seems not so much in the case of unborn black babies, at least not to Georgia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, who has refused to condemn taking the lives of unborn babies up to the moment of birth.
When confronted with Virginia Republican Lt. Governor Winsome Sears‘ argument that nearly half of the abortions performed during 2019 involved a black woman at the cost of “so many black lives that matter,” Abrams was dismissive, reported the Daily Caller.
“We know that black women are the most likely to be underserved by their medical care,” Abrams said during an interview with Fox News host Martha MacCallum.
“And we know that sometimes the choice that they need to make medically, economically and personally, the choice they have to make is to have an abortion,” Abrams said.
“What about the lives and safety of the child?” asked MacCallum.
Abrams did not answer that question, but instead deflected to the medical care of women.
MacCallum pressed her again for a direct reply. “I understand, but I asked you if you believe in it all the way up to nine months,” MacCallum said.
“You’re talking about caring about the lives of women, I’m just asking at what point do you start to care about the life of that baby — of that baby girl in some cases.”
Again, Abrams did not answer the question.
“Do you think there should be any limitation on abortions?”
NYC MAYOR ADAMS: “No, I do not.” pic.twitter.com/zvyIq4iLsQ
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) June 26, 2022