Hollywood left-wing activist Cher took to Twitter Thursday to rant about an already debunked claim that Georgia’s “heartbeat” abortion law will send women who have miscarriages to jail.
The actress-pop icon linked to a May 10 Business Insider article with the false headline, “Women deemed ‘responsible’ for having miscarriages could spend 30 years in prison under Georgia’s new abortion law.”
Georgia's abortion law imprisons women with miscarriages— Cher (@cher) June 28, 2019
ACCORDING TO THIS LAW I WOULD HAVE SLENT 90 YRS IN JAIL...... https://t.co/YbTkmdn50x
However, while Georgia’s new Living Infants Fairness and Equality (LIFE) Act prohibits abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected — with exceptions for cases of rape, incest, or when the life of the mother is endangered – it will not imprison women who have either abortions or miscarriages.
Instead, abortionists and attackers who would attempt to harm a woman’s unborn child are the focus of the new law — not the women themselves.
If only Cher was in touch with reality she wouldn't find herself constantly being embarrassed by the facts on Social Media.