The Biden administration is doing all it can to promote abortion in every state.
And Biden doesn’t care who gets hurt in the process.
That’s why 75 Congressmen are arguing Joe Biden “abandons pregnant mothers to suffer alone”
Ever since the Supreme Court overturned the wrongly decided Roe v. Wade decision Joe Biden and the Democrats have been scrambling.
They are doing everything in their power to force abortion rights on the entire nation.
“Essential to our nation’s health”
A flurry of lawsuits, legislation, and Biden executive orders have been launched.
The Biden administration of course seeks to protect the abortion industry.
Pro-Life advocates are attempting to protect unborn children and their mothers.
Now, after the Biden administration expanded the distribution of abortion-inducing drugs, 75 Pro-Life Congressmen have demanded the FDA take pills off the market altogether.
That does not seem likely without Congressional action since Biden’s executive actions explicitly state that expanding the distribution of abortion-inducing drugs is “essential to our [n]ation’s health.”
Pro-Life lawyers and Pro-Life A.G.s have threatened to take abortionists to state court and recently issued new warnings to corporations thinking of trafficking in life-ending drugs.
Remove it from the market
“We call on the FDA to remove mifepristone from the market, or, at minimum, promptly restore and further strengthen the initial basic health and safety requirements for abortion drugs, and cease permitting the mailing and shipping of abortion drugs in violation of [f]ederal criminal law,” wrote 75 members of Congress to the Biden administration’s FDA Commissioner, Robert Califf.
The letter went on, saying the Biden administration’s new standard “abandons pregnant mothers to suffer alone, without proper medical evaluation or oversight, potentially life-threatening complications, which can include severe bleeding, infection, potential surgical intervention, and even death.”
And the 75 Congressmen pointed out a stark reality no one wants to discuss, such wide access to the abortion pill “makes it easier for these drugs to fall into the hands of human traffickers or abusers, who may administer the drugs to pregnant mothers without their knowledge or consent.”
The letter was signed by 23 Senators and 52 U.S. Representatives, led by Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS) and Congressman Bob Latta (R-OH).
A clear violation of federal law
The signers also pointed out that by insisting abortion companies can mail abortion pills, “the FDA is, astonishingly, conditioning certification for pharmacies on their willingness to violate [f]ederal criminal law.”
This letter comes after 41 members of Congress rightfully accused Attorney General Merrick Garland and the Justice Department of abdicating its Constitutional duties specifically in not enforcing the Comstock Act, which forbids mailing abortion-inducing drugs.
Without a Democrat majority in the House, Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have increasingly advanced abortion-on-demand through a combination of both executive actions and bureaucratic inactions.
And they aren’t stopping anytime soon.
Biden’s memo directed Attorney General Garland, Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Xavier Becerra, and Secretary of Homeland Security (DHS) Alejandro Mayorkas to pursue “further efforts to protect access to” abortion.
“The Biden administration is trying to establish the FDA as the new Supreme Court with their regulations as the new Roe v. Wade. This abuse of power is not only an attack on states’ rights but is also an attack on common decency,” said Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins. “Rest assured that 50 years after Roe v. Wade, Pro-Life Americans will not have the flawed and inhuman judgment of seven men replaced by the highly discredited Joe Biden.”
In addition to federal law, 29 states place strict regulations on chemical abortion, which has a higher rate of dangerous results to women than surgical abortion.
And 18 states require the abortionist to be present when the woman takes the pills.
“The authority to regulate abortion lies with the people and their elected representatives. In our states, we prioritize the health and safety of women and children and our laws reflect this,” wrote the attorneys general of 22 states to FDA Commissioner Califf on January 13. “Our [s]tates will not yield to the [a]dministration’s radical pro-abortion policies.”
The battle rages on and Pro-Life activists must stay engaged in the fight.
Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.