While most of America is at a stand-still due to coronavirus, abortion mills like Planned Parenthood are thriving.
Due to be considered “essential,” they are operating with impunity, using up vital medical supplies that should be reserved for actual health care workers.
And now Planned Parenthood is jumping for joy after Elizabeth Warren did something sick.
With people being forced inside with the spread of coronavirus, abortion mills are running into some problems with providing their baby murder services.
So a solution used around the world has been to increase access to abortion pills, which kill the unborn child without needing the physical procedure.
Those drugs are not available over the counter and generally require a visit to a doctor or an abortion clinic to obtain.
But in Britain and Ireland, they now have a system for the pills to be mailed to them after a short phone consultation.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service and Marie Stopes UK (BPAS) are among those offering the phone service.
“We’re really proud to be able to offer this to our clients to help them access abortion care at a time of great uncertainty,” BPAS tweeted.
British authorities are giving the go-ahead for these pills to be used until 10 weeks’ gestation.
“Abortion care is an essential part of health care for women: services must be maintained even where non-urgent or elective services are suspended,” the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists said.
“Abortion is time-sensitive, and attention should be paid to providing care as early as possible given gestational limits,” it continued.
In the United States, there is now an effort, led by Sen. Elizabeth Warren to implement the same system.
Warren, along with Senators Patty Murray and Tammy Baldwin, penned a letter to FDA commissioner Stephen Hahn making a similar demand.
“People who need an abortion cannot delay care and should not needlessly risk coronavirus exposure,” they wrote. “”Given the years of scientific evidence indicating that medication abortion is a safe and effective treatment, we ask that FDA take immediate steps to temporarily exercise enforcement discretion on in-person dispensing requirements, so that people can more easily access abortion care without putting themselves or their healthcare providers at risk of infection from COVID-19.”
If implemented, Planned Parenthood would certainly become the premier provider for these phone-an-abortion services.
This is just another example of Democrats and abortion mills exploiting coronavirus to support their pro-abortion agenda.
Planned Parenthood has come out with statements not only claiming that abortion is in as much as demand as before, but that it is in higher demand due to the increase in unemployment.
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