According to a Jezebel report, a group selling “self-managed” abortion pills, Plan C, had its account suspended for 30 days. Life News reports, “The abortion advocacy group promotes abortion pills and helps women find groups that sell them online.”
According to Life News:
Plan C does not sell abortion drugs, but it does promote them as “safe and effective” for women to take at home. No need to even see a doctor in person. It does this despite strong evidence showing the abortion drugs are dangerous and can be deadly to the mother as well as her unborn baby, especially without a doctor’s supervision.
“It’s the 21st century: We have a safe technology, and it’s available to people by mail, even in Texas,” Wells told the leftist news site. “We want people to know they don’t have to travel to have a safe abortion.”
Wells’ group hopes to have its suspension lifted before the 30 days are up, especially with the Texas heartbeat law slated to go into effect Wednesday. The pro-life law prohibits abortions once an unborn baby’s heartbeat is detectable, typically about six weeks of pregnancy, and it could save more than 100 babies from abortions every day.
This week, a federal appeals court refused to block the Texas lawover the weekend, and Wells said she expects many Texas women will be turning to Plan C and other online abortion sites for abortions.