100 Members of Congress Blast Joe Biden for Promoting More Abortions

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100 Members of Congress Blast Joe Biden for Promoting More Abortions

More than 100 members of Congress urged the Biden administration this week to restore important safety regulations that protect women seeking abortions. Led by U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, of Mississippi, and U.S. Rep. Bob Latta, of Ohio, the pro-life lawmakers sent a letter to FDA Acting Commissioner Janet Woodcock expressing alarm at her decision not to enforce long-standing safety regulations for the abortion drug mifepristone.

Man Tried to Kill His Girlfriend’s Unborn Baby By Spiking Her Drink With the Abortion Pill

A Wisconsin man faces attempted first-degree murder charges after he allegedly slipped abortion drugs into his pregnant ex-girlfriend’s drink to kill their unborn baby. WAOW News reports Jeffrey S. Smith, 32, of Wisconsin Rapids, allegedly pressured his girlfriend to abort their unborn baby repeatedly.

Abortion Businesses Caught Illegally Mailing Abortion Pills to Women to Kill Their Babies

Undercover investigators said they caught the two biggest abortion chains in England putting women’s lives in danger by sending abortion drugs through the mail without doing basic health checks. The investigation, released this week, involved the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) and Marie Stopes International, which began mailing abortion drugs to women this spring during the coronavirus shutdowns.

Woman Kills Her 28-Week-Old Unborn Baby in an At-Home Abortion

A British government decision to allow at-home abortions during the coronavirus shutdowns already appears to be being abused. The Sun reports police are investigating the abortion death of a viable, late-term unborn baby after the mother received abortion drugs in the mail.

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