Stacey Abrams says she doesn’t know when pregnancy begins

Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said on Sunday that she doesn’t know when pregnancy begins.

Abrams shared the comments during an interview on Fox News Sunday with host Shannon Bream.

No limits

“Were you become governor, where would you draw the line? 15 weeks? Viability? 36 weeks? What’s the limit?” host Shannon Bream asked.

“Well, I’ve always said is that abortion is a medical decision that should be made by a doctor and the woman and that the point of viability as determined by a doctor should always take into consideration the life and health of a woman. That should be the standard,” Abrams began. “But the arbitrary standards of timelines ignore the medical reality that it is a fallacy we know exactly when a pregnancy starts that we know exactly where we are … in the term.”

Blasting her opponent

Despite the pro-abortion viewpoint, Abrams blasted her opponent, Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, regarding support for Herschel Walker.

“[Kemp] has made it his business to interfere in the personal choices of Georgians, except for the Georgians that are on the ticket with him,” she said during a recent MSNBC interview.

Abrams’ extreme views on abortion are helping her with out-of-state liberal donors but have her hurting in polls at home.

With less than a month until the election, Abrams is fighting hard from a strong deficit in recent polls.

The end of the campaign may be near for Abrams, but she is likely to continue her odd views about abortion for some time.