Senators see Mifeprex for what it is

Monday, September 7, 2020
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

U.S. Capitol 2A pro-life ministry is glad to see a group of state representatives calling for the abortion pill to be classified as dangerous.

At least 24 women have died and more than 4,000 others have suffered serious complications from use of Mifeprex. But when the pandemic struck, Brian Gibson of Pro-Life Action Ministries tells OneNewsNow Planned Parenthood called on the federal government to remove regulations for use of the drug.

"The FDA, on the other hand, has tried to clean up the regulations and to strengthen them and to keep them in place," Gibson reports. "But unfortunately, the abortion lobby found a judge who was willing to side with them, and he found that the FDA safety regulations on the use of the drug, on the protocols on how it is used, were unconstitutional because of the COVID-19 outbreak."

While that decision is being contested, the damage caused by the abortion drug is well documented.

Gibson

"CDC out of Atlanta, Georgia even a few years ago had cited that the complications for first trimester chemical abortion is far greater than the complications for the same trimester surgical abortion," the pro-lifer cites.

Nevertheless, the abortion cartel is pushing to free the drug from regulations.

A group of 20 Republican senators has signed off on a letter to the Food and Drug Administration asking that the abortion drug be classified as an imminent hazard and removed from the market.

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