WATCH: Mississippi Governor Says Fetuses Could Live Outside Womb at Only 15 Weeks



Donald Trump’s presidency was impactful in some ways. His most lengthy lasting actions, although, may be within the courts. Not solely did he place three Conservative justices on the Supreme Court docket, he appointed Republican judges everywhere in the United States.

And crimson states have been pushing these days to overturn Roe vs. Wade. Tate Reeves, the Mississippi governor appeared on CNN this weekend to speak in regards to the efforts.

Reeves informed Jake Tapper, “For individuals corresponding to myself which are pro-life, I imagine that the Supreme Court docket made a mistake [by upholding abortion rights] within the 1970s. However that’s not the problem at stake that’s earlier than the court docket, hopefully when the arguments are heard someday within the fall.”

The crimson state governor continued:

“The very fact is we all know a lot extra in America at the moment in regards to the formation of younger [fetuses] within the womb than we did when Roe v. Wade was determined in 1973. And what we all know now, Jake, is that we all know that the center partially shaped at 15 weeks. We all know that the [fetus] within the womb is practising respiratory. We all know that the majority inner organs have began to kind and we imagine that youngster is viable outdoors the womb.”


After all, we don’t know that. The youngest untimely child to ever survive was born at 21 weeks previous. Tapper, nevertheless, didn’t push again on the claims Reeves made throughout the broadcast.


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