As the Biden administration and pro-abortionists around the country continue to promote the mailing of the chemical coat hanger to women who have not even seen a doctor, the number of unreported complications from chemical abortion will rise, leaving countless dead children and maimed women in its wake.
Since the landmark Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the Biden administration has been scrambling to find new ways of ensuring laws cannot protect unborn children. At the top of their list is chemical abortion — a pill regimen of mifepristone (distributed under the brand name Mifeprex®) and misoprostol.
Chemical abortion is carried out through the use of drugs often sent through the mail. It poses significant safety concerns for the mother. However, President Biden doesn’t seem to care, as the White House’s response to the Dobbs ruling stated, “In the face of threats from state officials saying they will try to ban or severely restrict access to medication for reproductive health care, the president directed the secretary of Health and Human Services to identify all ways to ensure that mifepristone is as widely accessible as possible in light of the FDA’s determination that the drug is safe and effective — including when prescribed through telehealth and sent by mail.”
The Department of Justice, (DOJ) issued a concurrent statement indicating that, “States may not ban Mifepristone based on disagreement with the FDA’s expert judgment about its safety and efficacy.”
The Biden administration has once again proven its commitment to the abortion industry over the safety of women.
Although the Biden administration wants women to believe chemical abortion is some sort of magical wand that simply dissolves pregnancy, it is important to know what chemical abortion drugs do. Mifepristone starves the child. Misoprostol causes the woman’s body to expel the unborn child. In other words, misoprostol is the chemical coat hanger. And like a metal coat hanger, it is dangerous.
Women undergoing chemical abortion are four times more likely to suffer severe complications as those who had undergone surgical abortions — 20 percent compared to 5.6 percent. The two side effects more prevalent during chemical abortions than surgical abortions are hemorrhage and incomplete abortion.
For the vast majority of women, it is impossible to tell the difference between life-threatening complications of chemical abortion and signs that “the treatment is working.”