Leftist Websites Advertise Abortion Pills In Red States

A network of far-left websites is working to ship unregulated foreign abortion pills to red states with no age verification, no prescription, and no concern about state laws that may ban the killing pills, according to Townhall.

Many of the pills are not approved by the FDA, yet dozens of sites are distributing them. In red states such as Tennessee and Texas, where abortion is banned, using the internet to make payments amounts to an end-around move on the law.

Anyone who is able to pay can order abortion drugs such as mifepristone and misoprostol online without a prescription for less than $100. Medical professionals are not consulted and age is not verified so anyone can get pills to kill unwanted babies before they are born.

One website tells would-be abortion pill poppers, “If you go to a hospital or other healthcare facility, do not tell anyone that you took the pills. There is no way for anyone to know you took the pills. Tell them you think you are having a miscarriage.”

In 2023, over 60% of abortions were done utilizing medication, according to the Daily Wire. An astounding 642,700 abortions were recorded in the formal healthcare system.

The actual number of officially recorded abortions is highly likely much lower than the actual number of medically induced abortions by women ordering killing pills from non-certified websites.

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard arguments on the possibility of restoring restrictions on the mailing of mifepristone rolled back by the Biden administration.

The loosened restrictions allowed sending pills through the mail, although the law still requires outlets sending out pills to be certified and verify prescriptions. Few if any of the pill providers have faced any legal challenges, according to the wire.

If the court rules against the Biden administration, a potential jump in demand for pills from unregulated websites that don’t necessarily comply with current FDA regulations is likely.

At the center of the abortion pill push are far-left organizations that direct women seeking abortions to the pill pushers’ websites. One such organization pushing users to online abortion pill providers is Plan C.

Plan C describes itself as a “public health creative campaign” composed of public health advocates, researchers, social justice activists, and digital strategists. The organization is run by a former Planned Parenthood official and openly advocates pointing women to use abortion pills in states where abortion is banned.

“Plan C transforms access to abortion in the US by normalizing the self-directed option of abortion pills by mail,” Plan C says. “Our Vision: A near future in which the ability to end an early pregnancy is directly in the hands of anyone who seeks it.”

In a section since removed from its website, the organization encouraged people “who live in states with restrictive laws” toward “creative options to access the pills.” Some of these “creative options” are using mail-forwarding services and general delivery post office addresses.

The culture of death is alive and well on the internet, and it has conservative states in its sights.