Tuesday, October 03, 2023

Rep. Ogles Introduces Bill to End Chemical Abortions

Rep. Andy Ogles (R-TN-05) introduced The Ending Chemical Abortion Act on Thursday, seeking to end chemical abortions using the abortion pill.

“Chemical abortions not only end a human life but pose a serious risk to the lives of the mothers. The FDA has failed to protect women and unborn children for over 20 years. In 2021, it went even further and eliminated the in-person dispensing requirement. This decision has led to an overwhelming increase in chemical abortion-related ER visits, health complications, and even deaths,” Ogles reportedly said while flanked by pro-life students and legislators at a press conference near the U.S. Capitol. “It’s a tragedy that the Biden Administration and the FDA would put their radical pro-choice agenda ahead of the health and safety of women and girls across the country.”


  1. Let's make a deal: allow chemical abortion if we also do chemical castration, only a one-time dose that burns it all off.

  2. Replies
    1. Someone should tell him that we can always go back to coathangers, if that's his idea of health and safety.

    2. Abortion was supposed to be rare and a last resort, as it was 'advertised' when it was legalized.

      It was never supposed to be on demand and as a piss-poor excuse for other birth control methods.

      And it kills a life.

      Here's a test. Shoot and kill a pregnant women stepping into an abortion clinic to get her abortion. You'll be charged with 2 murders. Shoot her 1 second before her abortion and you'll get charged with 2 murders. Doesn't matter if it's just an early stage embryo or a late-term baby, it's murder most foul if you kill them both. Same if you kill them during a DUI or accident. Still will be charged with 2 deaths.

    3. And back alleys, right anon? Maybe one day you'll have a substantive argument.

    4. Anonymous @ 10:21 PM,
      we we're waiting for the same thing from you so why don't you lead by example smart-ass


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