Joe Biden is a well-known CINO- Christian in name only.
One cannot be Catholic and support abortion.
It’s like oil and water- the two don’t mix.
Not only is the act of a mother killing her baby unnatural, but it distinctly breaks God’s commandment, “Thou shall not kill.”
That means nothing to atheists, Satanists, and the Left.
Fueled by mainstream media, society is also responsible for naturalizing this malevolent act.
Despite the legality of abortion in many states, the pro-life movement has only grown stronger.
The U.S. Supreme Court is currently considering overturning Roe v. Wade.
At the same time, Texas made headlines when its 6-week abortion ban was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court last week.
One Texas law continuously upheld is the ban on the abortion pill mifepristone through telemedicine services.
Nineteen other red states also ban mifepristone from being prescribed through telehealth appointments.
The Biden administration must be feeling the heat from all the winning we are doing.
Today, the FDA loosened restrictions on telemedicine abortions.
The move reversed the Trump administration’s policy of an in-person dispensing requirement.
BREAKING NEWS: The FDA will allow abortion pills to be obtained by mail permanently.— Newsmax (@newsmax) December 16, 2021
Rep. Diana Harshbarger: "This is abortion by mail." pic.twitter.com/wowBthJkBf
BREAKING: The U.S. FDA will allow an abortion pill to be obtained by mail permanently pic.twitter.com/n2PxhOCxPj— Reuters (@Reuters) December 16, 2021
The President and CEO of Planned Parenthood, Alexis McGill Johnson, called this a “victory for public health and health equity.”
A win for public health and health equity! Let's be clear: The FDA paid attention to the overwhelming evidence that medication abortion can be safely and effectively provided through telehealth. This is a long overdue step toward expanding access to safe medication abortion. https://t.co/Ru2IagsNfA— Alexis McGill Johnson (@alexismcgill) December 16, 2021
Newsweek has more:
Mifepristone was approved for use by the FDA in 2000 and is often used with another drug, misoprostol. If taken less than 10 weeks into a pregnancy, it can terminate the development of a fetus. According to the FDA, 200 mg of mifepristone can be taken, with 800 mcg of misoprostol taken 24 to 48 hours later. Users are required to follow up with their healthcare provider around seven to 14 days after taking the regimen, especially if they develop any side effects.
“Today’s news is a victory for public health and health equity. Let’s be clear: The FDA followed the science in arriving at this decision. There is overwhelming evidence that medication abortion can be safely and effectively provided through telehealth,” Alexis McGill Johnson, the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, said in a statement obtained by Newsweek.
“Abortion is time-sensitive, essential health care, and this decision will remove a sometimes insurmountable barrier for patients seeking an abortion,” Johnson continued. “With abortion rights at risk like never before, the FDA’s decision is a long overdue step toward expanding people’s access to safe medication abortion.”
Earlier this year, under the Biden regime, the FDA stopped enforcing the in-person requirement for the abortion pill, using the plandemic as an excuse.
Based on Thursday’s decision, the requirement is now permanently removed.
The FDA says the benefits of mifepristone outweigh any potential risks.