This right here is the reason why the job for the pro-life movement is not yet over. We have the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Xavier Becerra, who claims that in his role, he can still find ways for this federal agency to assist in abortions, and we also have Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts), Representative-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC), and other elected Democratic "leaders" who are floating the idea of using federal lands to set up tents for abortion clinics. As the country moves forward in a post-Roe environment, the uncontrolled desperation of the abortion movement is becoming more and more obvious.
The abortion pill is their greatest chance for maintaining the business of death merchants and the functioning of their filthy ceremonies. Even before the judgment in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization was handed down, these medications were flying off the market. Abortion supporters have been spreading information about how these pills may be bought and administered without the help of a medical professional.
This is risky, and the repercussions that will befall those who are dumb enough to choose this path have not yet been determined. It's possible that this is also the reason why pharmacies all around the country are implementing new access controls for these medications.
I have a sneaking suspicion that these corporate pharmacies, in addition to the drug producers, are doing all in their can to protect themselves from legal responsibility.
Best of luck to you with that.
These tablets are an emergency method of terminating a pregnancy. No one should ever use the without the guidance of a physician, and nobody should ever just pop them like they were Tic-Tacs. A generation that is now wearing sackcloth and ashes because it is no longer possible to hook up without facing penalties is a generation that is heavy on foolishness and short on common sense.
According to Heartbeat International, almost half of all abortions performed in the United States are carried out with the aid of an abortion pill. Since the decision in Roe v. Wade has been overruled and the issue of abortion and access to it will be decided on a state-by-state basis, it is anticipated that this number will continue to rise.
Because of this, pro-life groups like as Heartbeat International and Live Action, amongst others, have started providing crisis connection centers, hotlines, and websites for women who have started the abortion pill procedure but have second thoughts and want to cancel it. They are using a clever tactic by choosing to do so.
The National Right to Life Committee has also provided model legislation that states may adopt to limit the distribution of abortion drugs via telemedicine or the internet. This legislation was drafted by the National Right to Life Committee. On this past Sunday's episode of CBS's Face The Nation, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem outlined the kinds of limits in question.
As more information about the Dobbs ruling becomes out, it is becoming very evident that abortion medicines will be the next battlefield.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Red State.