(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) The Department of Justice, in yet another attempt to undermine the Dobbs decision, has informed shipping companies that they may, with impunity, ship abortion pills to customers where the killing of unborn babies is banned.
The Department of Justice released a decision declaring that abortion pills are not prohibited to be shipped by mail.
Shipping of the drugs will not be prohibited because “there are manifold ways in which
recipients in every state may lawfully use such drugs, including to produce an abortion,” the department reasoned.
“The mere mailing of such drugs to a particular jurisdiction is an insufficient basis for concluding that the sender intends them to be used unlawfully.”
The opinion relied upon exceptions in abortion bans, typically for the life of the mother, rape and incest, to say that the postal service can have no reasonable knowledge if the infanticide is excepted. Republicans opposing these exceptions were cited by former President Donald Trump as the cause of the underwhelming 2022 midterms.
This the second recent act of the Federal Government enabling the distribution of abortion pills. The Food and Drug Administration this week decreed that Big Pharma can legally sell abortion pills in pharmacies.
These two events have been preceded by several attempts of the federal government to undermine the prohibition of infanticide:
- The FDA deceptively classified Plan B as something other than an abortion pill.
- Biden promised a federal mandate on access to abortion if America elected Democrats to the Congress in the 2022 election.
- The VA is ignoring state prohibitions and performing abortion where it is illegal.
- Satanists have sued claiming that abortion is a religious rite.
- California legally prohibited California companies from sharing data on abortion to enforce abortion prohibitions.
- The University of Florida’s student government funded baby-slaughter tourism.