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Graham Allen and Ben Shapiro shred left-wing reactions after Georgia governor signs 'heartbeat' bill into law

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On Wednesday, " Rant Nation" host Graham Allen and his guest Ben Shapiro discussed the new abortion law signed by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) on Tuesday that will effectively make it illegal for a women to have an abortion once a heartbeat is detected.

In this clip, Allen and Shapiro discussed the point reached by the left-wing portion of our society that now defines personhood as "having passed through a woman's birth canal."

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"To the left, apparently, that is the case, that passing through the vaginal canal somehow confirms personhood ... and that personhood only exists when you want it to," Shapiro said.

Graham turned the conversation to Alyssa Milano and her reaction to the "heartbeat" bill, which, according to Milano, violates human rights. Sharpiro said he was certain Milano was not concerned with the rights of the unborn baby and the reality that the left have blinded themselves to basic science and morality in order to achieve the outcome that they seek.

The conversation then turned to Pennsylvania state Rep. Brian Sims' outrageous behavior toward teenagers who were merely praying outside of a Planned Parenthood in Pennsylvania, and his non-apology Sims following the events that unfolded. Watch the video below for more details.

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