Someone named Rachel Cohen who writes for Vox published a manifesto about abortion drugs, urging women to stock up on them just "in case." Mind you, she first started warning women to do this before Roe officially got the ax.
"With more in-person clinics shuttering and a Supreme Court that's threatening to overturn Roe v. Wade, a small but growing number of reproductive experts have been encouraging discussion of an idea called 'advance provision' – or, more colloquially, stocking up on abortion pills in case one needs them later," Cohen wrote.
With the global supply chain on its last legs, one would think that Cohen would have urged readers to stock up on more important things like, oh, I don't know, maybe rice or toilet paper? Apparently, her biggest concern during the apocalypse is still being able to murder unborn babies.
Back in May, VICE published a similar story about how women should stockpile stomach ulcer drugs intended for livestock in order to scientifically manipulate them into their own do-it-yourself abortion drugs.
Cohen is really concerned about the plight of promiscuous women in states like Texas, which only allows abortions up until eight weeks gestation. Lone Star State residents, she says, would do well to create an at-home bunker full of abortion pills.
"In Texas, for example, if you don't realize until eight weeks in that you're pregnant – which could be only a couple of weeks after a missed period – you would have already passed the state's new legal deadline for obtaining abortion pills," Cohen writes.
"But if you had already stored them in your home, or your friend or neighbor had, then you'd be able to take them."
What Cohen conveniently failed to explain in her cringeworthy piece is what, exactly, abortion pills do to women. Cohen is basically prescribing the stuff to women as if she was a doctor, when the reality is that she is just some left-wing hack who writes for a suitably aligned far-left rag.
"When a woman takes the pill, the progesterone hormone becomes inhibited," reports Newsbusters about what these pharmaceuticals do to women's bodies. "This starves the child in the womb of all the nutrients it needs and results in the termination of the child's life. It's most common for first-trimester abortions."
"... Vox didn't explain how the pill even worked, but still claimed that 'It's a safe option for most patients.' As you can imagine, however, this type of pill is extremely unsafe."
In addition to the roughly four million babies who have been starved to death ever since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) first approved these baby-killing drugs, more than 4,000 women who took them suffered severe adverse effects. At least 24 women have died from these drugs.
In one of the two pro-life bills that he signed this past week, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, a Democrat, banned the distribution of these pills via mail. This means that, at least in Louisiana, Cohen's advice to women is illegal.
"Vox is just another progressive globetrotter and this article and the organization's commitment to ending innocent life is something they should be ashamed of," Newsbusters' Tierin-Rose Mandelburg urges.
"Stockpile canned goods, not abortion pills."
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