While the "abortion cartel" aims to capitalize on the pandemic, pro-lifers are reminding regulators why the regulations for chemical abortions were adopted and why they need to continue to be enforced.
COVID- 19 has made it difficult for many patients to meet with physicians, so the abortion industry has seized the opportunity to eliminate the patient/doctor meeting required to dispense abortion-causing pills.
"They've been pushing the FDA to eliminate what they call 'risk evaluation and mitigation strategies' that are currently in place regarding pill abortions, because the goal of the abortion cartel is to expand the use of TelAbortions past 11 weeks of pregnancy," explains Mark Harrington of Created Equal. "They're taking advantage of COVID-19 to do that."
The use of tele-medicine eliminates the face-to-face meeting with a doctor, so Created Equal is in Maryland today to show their support for the rules that need to be maintained and enforced.
"We'll have pictures of pre-born babies, along with aborted babies that have been killed by pill abortions, and we’ll be standing in front of the FDA in Washington, D.C. with signs that say something like 'toilets are not abortion clinics' or asking the FDA to retain the restrictions on abortion," Harrington details.
He goes on to encourage pro-lifers to contact and urge the FDA to prioritize the safety of abortion-minded mothers by keeping and enforcing the current regulations on chemical abortions.
Harrington adds that Created Equal does not run away from the war; they run toward it.