Week in Review – UK Woman, 31, Dead Following Abortion Pill Use—Proponents Push for Increased Use of Deadly Pill
A 31-year-old woman has died following her use of an abortion pill (referred to as a chemical abortion) which led to deadly toxic shock.
In April 2020, Sarah Dunn died after doctors and hospital staffers in the UK were unable to determine she suffered from sepsis following a chemical abortion. She died at the Blackpool Victoria Hospital after suffering a seizure because of untreated sepsis.
LifeNews reports that a coroner’s report determined that Sarah Dunn would have lived had it not been for medical professionals’ “gross failures” to recognize symptoms of sepsis as a result of her abortion.
According to a report, Dunn aborted her child via chemical abortion in March 2020. The nurse in attendance made Dunn aware of the risk of sepsis, as chemical abortions lead to a great risk of infection due to pieces of the child being left behind in the mother’s womb.
Following the abortion, Dunn noticed concerning symptoms such as excessive bleeding, clotting,Sa and extreme pain. However, the doctors she saw failed to recognize her sepsis and claim they were unaware she had a chemical abortion in the days prior.
Sadly, death related to chemical abortions is nothing new. LifeNews reports that in the United States alone, 26 deaths and 4,000 serious complications following chemical abortions occurred between the year 2000 and 2018. However, this number ceased being reported by the FDA under President Obama. Now, with chemical abortions on the rise, this number is more than likely astronomically higher.
In March, we reported in Pro-Life this Week the staggering jump in the use of chemical abortions in recent years.
According to the Guttmacher Institute’s census of all known abortions, in 2020, abortion-by-pill (chemical abortion) accounted for an estimated 54% of all abortions. This is up from 37% in 2017, the last time the report was conducted.
As we stated in March, this jump in chemical abortions was largely brought on by the pandemic and the lifted FDA restrictions on mail-order abortion pills. However, evil entities like Planned Parenthood have been gearing up for the chemical abortion bomb for decades.
With the collapse of Roe looming, abortion proponents are pushing chemical abortions more than ever. With headlines like USA Today’s, “Abortion by pill figures to rise if Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade,” it is clear that abortions are moving from Planned Parenthood facilities to pretty much anywhere.
What is overwhelmingly clear is that abortion proponents could care less about the safety of women. Sarah Dunn is not the first woman to die following a chemical abortion, and with this intense push, she most likely won’t be the last.
Women need real, safe, life-affirming options when faced with an unexpected pregnancy. Wouldn’t it be nice to live in a society that pushed for adoption, resources for single moms, increased childcare, and respect for mothers?
There is always hope. If Roe v. Wade is indeed overturned—and even if it isn’t—we will continue to work tirelessly for a world that is life-affirming and respects the humanity of every person.
ALL in the News – National Catholic Register features CLM Blog; Dwain Currier Steady on ALL Public Policy—New Interview with Religion News Service
Once a week, ALL’s Celebrate Life Magazine posts an editor’s blog on its website. The content can range from helpful advice to deep dives into current events. This week’s blog discusses the new Marvel movie, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The blog was featured as an exclusive by the National Catholic Register.
Dwain Currier, ALL’s director of public policy, was interviewed by Religion News Service on the landscape of the political battle against abortion. Currier reiterated ALL’s no exceptions position but stressed that the fight against abortion is one against an evil, not necessarily a political battle.
Every Friday, ALL executive vice president Hugh Brown hosts a talk-radio show on the Radio Maria USA network. The show is a continuance of Jim Sedlak’s Pro-Life Activism from Creation to Deathand can be heard live every Friday at noon (ET). Each show features an update on what is happening in the pro-life world and frequently guests will appear on the show to provide first-hand updates and experiences.
Twice a week, Judie’s commentaries are distributed to an expansive media list. The list contains over 100 media outlets, such as Fox News, The Federalist, Breitbart, and The Daily Caller, among others. Judie’s commentaries are each featured on the front page of ALL.org. Each commentary is also featured as a part of Judie’s recurring column on Renew America.
Video of the Week – Cuerdas “Strings” Animated Short Film
Abortion distortion teaches that it is merciful to kill a preborn child in several instances. “The baby will be unloved.” “The baby will have a short life.” “The baby will suffer.” “The baby will be hungry and poor.”
The following animated short underscores the dignity of the human person, no matter his physical circumstances. You don’t kill a preborn child because he will suffer and die. You give that child as long a life as possible because he will love and be loved.
Action Item of the Week – The National Men’s March to End Abortion and Rally for Personhood
Join the National Men’s March to End Abortion and Rally for Personhood on Saturday, June 11, 12-3 pm, in Tallahassee, FL.
There is a man connected to every abortion. Men are a big part of the problem, and it’s time for all men to take responsibility to be a big part of the solution. All men of goodwill are needed for the March and everyone else is needed for the Rally. This is truly a battle for the soul of our nation. We highly encourage fathers to march with sons, and entire families to join us at the Rally. Every life matters!
More information and updates are available at themensmarch.com or by texting MENSMARCH 22828.
Pro-life Social Media – The Wild West of Twitter
‘This is one of the most insane things I’ve ever read.’: Mother Admits She Would Kill Her Preborn Child to Prevent ‘White Evangelicals’ from Adopting Him
Twitter has always been a Wild West show when it comes to sharing opinions, especially when the matter at hand is the planned murder of preborn children.
A user by the name of Jo Luehmann claims that white Evangelicals aren’t worthy of adopting children who are not the same skin color as they are.
I would rather get an abortion than have a Brown child who ends up being adopted by white evangelicals.— Jo Luehmann (@JoLuehmann) May 18, 2022
It is not a kindness to children of the global majority to give them to people who’ll traumatize them with self and ancestral hatred.
An abortion is an act of love.
“Abortion is an act of love.”
Herein lies the reason so many mothers choose death, rather than a loving family, for their child. They think it is merciful to be dead rather than loved.
The mixture of hatred, racism, violence and religious bigotry on display here is worthy of the KKK.— Fr. Dwight Longenecker (@dlongenecker1) May 19, 2022
There is nothing loving about the intentional death of another human being— ELL 🤠🌻✨ (@lovinglyprolife) May 19, 2022
I’m a brown child who was adopted by a white family who practices Christianity. I have an amazing life, family and friends. I’m glad to be alive. I cannot tell a woman what to do with their body, but in no way is this an act of love to spite one race of people. Don’t speak for us— Lil Gerb (@MbGerblick) May 18, 2022
Hey lady. You need to repent of this tweet. Christ adopted me so we adopted Willow. You too can be saved from hells flames for good works, like adopting kids no matter their skin color. Even added her to the family tattoo. pic.twitter.com/C17XGxEBUi— SolPopesNFT(EndAbortion) (@PopesSolNFT) May 19, 2022
This is one of the most insane things Ive ever read.— Paul Kane (@PaulKan00321136) May 18, 2022
Imagine tweeting this and thinking you’re the good guy— Ben (@BenJammin215) May 18, 2022
Worst tweet I’ve ever seen. My adopted brown nephew is an amazing gift from God. So are my brown adopted second cousins. They have awesome lives & were adopted bc they needed a family & skin color wasn’t an issue. I won’t hate you, I’ll pray for you…— mymousehandhurts (@mymousehandhur1) May 19, 2022
Honestly me and my girlfriend were talking about, earlier if we can’t have kids, that we would adopt a kid. We both said we would not care about race or ethnicity. Now That’s a real act of love.— Will Brewer (@_willbrewer) May 19, 2022
So glad my sons mom doesn’t have your voice in her head… he adds so much value to the worl and you’re suggesting he’s better off dead. We love our son and love watching him grow ❤️— Adam Parker (@nchokie11) May 19, 2022
Adoption is emotional. Adoption is arduous. Adoption is awesome.