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Article by Bryan Howard
April 1, 2019
A sex worker Asuka Cortez posted an unhinged rant she released on video over the Georgia’s H.B. 481 also called the Heartbeat Bill. Cortez was crying over the fact she could no longer kill her unborn child after getting paid to have un protected sex with a man she just met.
However, in her rant you will notice the statements she makes are factual incorrect, which Amanda Prestigiacomo from the Daily Wire lay’s out.
Amanda Prestigiacomo from the Daily Wire wrote, “This information is incorrect. Women can find out they are pregnant as early as eight days after conception. Even by Planned Parenthood’s own admission, per their website, women can find out they are pregnant even before their missed period: “You can take a pregnancy test as soon as your period is late. Some pregnancy tests even work a few days before a missed period. Read the label on the pregnancy test box to see when the test may become effective,” the site reads.”
Prestigiacomo continued, “Moreover, a child’s heart begins beating at around five weeks, though it is typically detected around six weeks’ gestation time — not three weeks, as the sex worker offered.”