The Associated Press recently published an advertisement, masquerading as a news article, about Americans buying the abortion drugs mifepristone and misoprostol online — despite not being pregnant. The idea is that they are committed to killing any child they might conceive in the future, so they want to have the lethal medication on hand, lest pro-life progress occur in the meantime. Approximately 48,400 people have requested “advanced provision” abortion pills.
I should note that some of those people are undoubtedly men who are committed to killing the children their partners might conceive. Abusers will slip the pills into their girlfriends’ drinks and pretend it was a miscarriage. This has already happened multiple times; of course, those are just the ones who got caught. The article is silent on any safeguards.
Evidently these online death peddlers aren’t satisfied with 48,400 customers, though, because they are blatantly using the Associated Press to drum up more business. The article ends with a statement from a pro-abortion professor that “it will actually be news to a lot of people that it’s even something that is offered.”
So here’s some news for pro-life advocates:
Did you know that your pro-abortion friends may be keeping mifepristone and misoprostol in their medicine cabinets?
Did you know that they often come in an orange box labeled “Mifeprex,” with a white female silhouette on the front?
Did you know that they may be packaged in a foil blister pack, with one mifepristone pill and 4 to 6 misoprostol pills?
Did you know that misoprostol is a hexagon-shaped white pill (pictured)?
Did you know that it’s really satisfying to watch them spiral down a toilet bowl?
I’m sure that will actually be news to a lot of people.