It is interesting that the ACLU sued its buddy, HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra, to overturn the FDA regulation on the Abortion Pill that called for in-person physician oversight.
Was Becerra really opposed to this so that he needed to be taken to court?
As a team, the ACLU, the American College of ObGyns, and various other attorneys work together to achieve pro-abortion goals. If they need an Amicus brief, they round up their fellow Medical Associations and other pals, including the
- American Medical Association,
- American Academy of Family Physicians,
- American Society for Reproduce time Medicine,
- National Abortion Federation,
- North American Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology,
- National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health,
- Planned Parenthood,
- Reproductive Health Access Project—
Well, just see the full list here.
As you can tell, there is a team at work to undermine the law concerning when, where, how and by whom the Abortion Pill can be supplied.
The team includes expert witnesses who may identify as anonymous providers. And their testimonies are remarkably similar.
So, while it may appear as though the FDA simply agreed to new rules as a way of helping women during the Covid-19 environment, there is an army behind the effort to change the rules, and for us to think the old rule will apply at some future date is wishful thinking.
So now, what happens to Ky’s laws against distributing Abortion Pills by mail, by webcam, using federal funds, and always reporting any complications? How can our law be enforced that requires women to be advised upon receiving the Abortion Pill that it can be reversed?
Will the federal rulings dismantle Ky’s hard-won pro-life law victories?
We won’t take such change ‘sitting down’! KyRTL is on the move. Our executive director Addia Wuchner with our pro-life partners will work to maintain safety standards for women seeking abortions. Please join our effort by donating to KyRTL. Watch for more details!