Abortion activists call themselves heroes and claim to be trying to “save” women from dangerous abortions. But they are the ones putting women’s lives in danger by providing illegal abortions where laws protect unborn babies from abortion.

This week, The Daily Beast, a leftist pro-abortion news outlet, highlighted a covert network of abortion activists that smuggles abortion pills across the Mexico border and sells them through the mail to women across the country.

“It is about: What do you want and need? What will make you feel safe? If what will make them feel safe is getting out of state to a clinic, I’ll help them. If what will make them feel safe is taking pills at home, I’ll help them. Everyone deserves care,” Denny, an activist with the WeSaveUs network from Louisville, Kentucky, told The Daily Beast.

Through other activists with WeSaveUs in Mexico, Denny gets abortion pills at home, packs them in plastic bags in a bedroom and then mails them in plain brown envelopes to individuals and other activists in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, according to the report. Kentucky protects unborn babies by banning elective abortions, and Indiana and Ohio are fighting in court to do the same.

The practice should be alarming, what with the unknown origins of the drugs and questionable sanitary conditions, the risks of the abortion drugs themselves and the lack of medical and abuse screening. Most importantly, there is no regard at all for the life of the unborn baby. But none of these concerns were mentioned in the article.

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Denny admitted to be “terrified” of getting caught, but “at the same time, I’m not going to not do it. I have the opportunity and the ability to do it, and people need it.”

Here’s more from the report:

The underground network begins with activists like Verónica Cruz Sánchez, the founder and executive director of Las Libres, a feminist organization founded in Guanajuato, Mexico, in 2000. For two decades, Cruz and her colleagues have worked to distribute the abortion medication misoprostol across Mexico.

“Abortion has always existed, it will always exist. It will not cease to exist. Even if countries restrict it, even if territories restrict it, that does not mean that it stops abortion—it only puts people’s lives and health at risk,” Cruz says of the philosophy of Las Libres, which provides the medication for free. …

Cruz organized hundreds of volunteers to take abortion pills over the border, initially to Texas, and then, when Roe fell, to other hostile states. Some are older expat American women who have made their homes in Mexico, and are sometimes nicknamed “the Old Hippies.”

Women do not need to abort their unborn babies, and the pro-abortion network is putting women’s lives at risk by selling abortion pills through the mail without providing medical supervision or screening to make sure the request is not coming from an abusive partner or sex trafficker.

Fewer women would seek dangerous, illegal abortions from networks like Denny’s if abortion activists did not make them so easily available. The network even advertises the abortion pills for free on the Plan C website for “those who cannot afford” it.

According to the report, the network especially targets “undocumented arrivals, poor people, and immigrants” – those most in need of basic material support and medical care.

Many of these women would choose life if, instead of promoting abortion, activists offered real support such as free prenatal and maternity care, baby clothes, counseling, rides to doctor’s appointments, babysitting, food, shelter, scholarships and more.

Instead, they are getting packages of dangerous abortion pills from secret unknown, untrained activists through the mail and encouraged to take them in moments of fear and desperation. Then, they are left to suffer alone in their homes as they bleed and expel their dead baby, sometimes seeing the body in the toilet afterward.

The abortion drug mifepristone is used to abort unborn babies up to about 10 weeks of pregnancy – although some abortionists use it later. It works by blocking the hormone progesterone and basically starving the unborn baby to death. Typically, abortion groups also provide a second drug, misoprostol, to induce labor and expel the baby’s body.

Studies indicate abortion risks are more common than what abortion activists often claim, with about one in 17 women requiring hospital treatment.

The FDA has linked mifepristone to 28 women’s deaths between 2000 and 2018. At least two more women have died since then, although the number likely is much higher.

A recent study by the Charlotte Lozier Institute found that the rate of abortion-related emergency room visits by women taking the abortion drug increased more than 500 percent between 2002 and 2015.

Millions of unborn babies have been killed with the abortion drug mifepristone, or RU-486, since its approval under the Clinton administration in 2000. Currently, it is used for almost half of all abortions in the U.S., killing approximately 400,000 unborn babies every year, according to the Guttmacher Institute.

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