Abortion Business Hands Out Free Abortion Pills, Killing Babies to Celebrate Roe v. Wade

State   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Jan 24, 2022   |   10:58AM   |   El Paso, Texas

A New Mexico abortion business celebrated the deadly Roe v. Wade ruling Saturday by giving out free abortion pills to abort even more unborn babies.

Saturday, Jan. 22, marked the 49th anniversary of the infamous U.S. Supreme Court abortion ruling. Since 1973, nearly 63.5 million unborn babies and hundreds, perhaps thousands, of mothers have died in supposedly “safe, legal” abortions.

Because of the Women’s Reproductive Clinic in Santa Teresa, New Mexico, the death toll grew even higher over the weekend.

The El Paso Times reports the abortion facility advertised the free abortion drugs Saturday to women up to 10 weeks of pregnancy in celebration of Roe.

Abortionist Franz Theard, who owns the facility, said they had many appointments scheduled Saturday for women in New Mexico and nearby Texas, but they were welcoming walk-ins as well, according to the report.

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The abortion business especially targeted Texas mothers and unborn babies with its “free abortion” promotion because most abortions are prohibited under the new Texas heartbeat law.

“We want to help all women protect their reproductive rights,” Theard said. “Residents of East Texas are under duress from the new abortion law. We want to help. We are fortunate to live minutes from the blue state of New Mexico where reproductive choice is legal.”

New Mexico allows unborn babies to be aborted for any reason up to birth.

But abortions do not help women. They are elective and unnecessary and their purpose is to kill an unborn baby. That is not health care or compassion.

Unborn babies are unique, living, irreplaceable human beings from the moment of conception. By six weeks, before most abortions occur, their hearts are beating and they can respond to light touch. By 10 weeks, unborn babies have been observed hiccuping and showing a preference for their right or left hand.

Pro-life advocates have renewed hope that unborn babies’ lives may be protected again under the law after the Supreme Court heard a major challenge to Roe in December. If the justices overturn Roethe Guttmacher Institute, a pro-abortion research group, predicts that 26 states will ban abortions, and experts say hundreds of thousands of unborn babies would be spared from abortions every year.

A ruling on the case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, is expected in June.