(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) In a recent Axios article, a leftist reporter and no less leftist editors agreed that abortion drugs that murder unborn babies are “care.”
“40 million more women would lose access to abortion care if a federal court revokes the use of a key drug in medication abortions, data from the abortion rights group NARAL shows,” Oriana Gonzales of Axios wrote.
However, even the leftist Associate Press’s anti-scientific Abortion Topical Guide never tells journalists to refer to abortion as “care,” according to the Daily Signal.
“These terms [medical abortions, abortion pills] describe a method for ending a pregnancy that usually involves taking two prescription medicines—mifepristone and misoprostol—days apart, at home or in a clinic,” the AP guide stated.
Gonzales wrote that if a Texas District Court decides to temporarily block the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s authorization of mifepristone, the ruling would effectively ban murdering unborn babies through chemical abortions nationwide.
Mifepristone is a drug that baby-killing women take when they choose to go through chemical abortion. The drug blocks nutrients to the unborn child, which eventually results in a woman’s body painfully expelling the dead baby.
Gonzales also wrote that if the Texas judge grants an injunction on the FDA’s approval of mifepristone, the ruling would require manufacturers and distributors of the murder pills to stop selling and shipping mifepristone immediately, “regardless of what state a person is in.”
During the first trimester of pregnancy, chemical abortions are responsible for nearly half of all abortions each year in the United States, which makes it the most common way to murder an unborn baby in the country. Another important factor left out of the Axios article is that, according to FDA, chemical abortions have killed 24 women and injured thousands more since this new way of murdering innocent human beings was legalized in 2000.
“’Abortion care’ is an absurd phrase because almost all abortions are elective procedures that would never fit the definition of healthcare,” Dr. Ingrid Skop, senior fellow and director of medical affairs at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, the Susan B. Anthony List’s research branch, said.
“Because few obstetricians are willing to perform surgical abortions, abortion pills give the abortion industry an opportunity to evade both their personnel issues and pro-life state laws, while still maintaining high-profit margins.“