The Push for the Abortion Pill: Announcing Our New Podcast Series!
Over the last several months, as the world has adapted to meet the unique challenges of COVID-19 and protect vulnerable life, the abortion industry has instead seized the opportunity to expand their abortion business at the expense of vulnerable women and defenseless unborn babies.
During this crisis Planned Parenthood and their abortion allies, under the guise of “expanding healthcare services,” have been working behind the scenes to enable dangerous chemical abortions to be administered remotely. This two-pill chemical abortion regimen has killed more than twenty women and countless unborn children since it was first introduced in the U.S in 2000. Now, these pills are being pushed by the abortion industry through unsafe tele-medicine abortions and direct-sale websites in tactics designed to skirt state and federal laws.
In order to fight back against this reckless disregard for women’s safety and human life, it is imperative that we in the pro-life movement are fully informed about the abortion industry’s agenda to expand chemical abortions and how we can combat this deadly trend.
Today, Ohio Right to Life is releasing the first in a series of episodes of The Pro-Life Ohio Podcast called “The Push for the Abortion Pill.” This multi-episode special edition will focus on the spread of chemical abortions and how the abortion industry is pushing these dangerous drugs on vulnerable women in more ways than ever before.
In this week’s episode, Heartbeat International’s Christa Brown, a registered nurse and Medical Impact Director and Andrea Trudden, Director of Communications and Marketing take the time to talk with podcast host Allie Frazier on how the abortion industry’s push to expand access to chemical abortions is endangering women and how we can offer hope to women who regret beginning the chemical abortion process.
We hope you’ll stay tuned over the next several weeks as we shine a light on the dark business of abortion and explore how we can work together to empower women and protect the unborn.