If you are the sort of person who truly believes that a fetus has rights equal to that of a fully birthed human being, then denying the fetus the full rights that apply to the fully birthed human human being does not logically follow, Right? Whether the "fetus" acquires these rights at conception, or at some point later in pregnancy (viability) is immaterial - at some designated point of fetal life these "human" rights are acquired.
If you are the sort of person who agrees that a fetus of whatever age has a "right to life," then a deliberate abortion of a fetus is a form of murder. Punishing solely the actual performer of the abortion but not the mother, and others who "aid and abet" this "procedure" seems illogical as well. Whether the "murder" of a fetus is somehow less than the murder of a "birthed" human is arguable, I guess. Nevertheless it might, at the very least, be judged a "depraved indifference to human life."
It appears, however, that the vast majority of the American people do not agree with this. Mothers who abort their pregnancies should not be punished.
If it is agreed that there should be no punishment for a mother who deliberately aborts her unborn child, but punishment should be exerted on a mother who kills her birthed child, then clearly fetal right-to-life is not equal to that of fully birthed human beings.
Fetal right-to-life has not reached the level of a moral imperative. And that's the way it should be.