Mail-delivered abortion – What could go wrong?

Monday, August 3, 2020
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

pillsA British nonprofit that seeks to introduce a more conservative Christian voice into law, the media, and government believes the United States could learn from the United Kingdom's experiment with abortion pills.

Using the COVID crisis as an excuse, Planned Parenthood has begun mail and telemedicine delivery of RU-486 in the states, following the lead of the United Kingdom, where women can order the pills by phone and have them delivered to them in the mail.

Andrea Williams of Christian Concern in London tells OneNewsNow her organization was not surprised when an undercover phone investigation into the service revealed a number of flaws.

"Women giving false names, false data, [and] false gestational ages were all able to receive the pill," she reports.

And Christian Concern has received anonymous communication revealing consequences of this system.

"An email which has been circulated within the northwest region of the United Kingdom … said that there had been two deaths as a result," Williams relays. "But also a number of other incidents are being reported where women were presenting with very serious complications."

Williams, Andrea (Christian Concern)Still, the pro-abortion movement wants to throw away the rules when it comes to chemical abortions.

"They want women to be able to access these abortion pills more easily than accessing Tylenol," Williams says. "They don't want any scrutiny. They just want full access and know that this, of course, doesn't look after the women, and it certainly doesn't look after the living beings that are within them."

Christian Concern has gone to court arguing that the vast mail distribution of the pill abortion regimen throughout the UK violates the country's Abortion Act.

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