After leftists and the corporate media freaked out about people using ivermectin, which they reduced to a “horse dewormer,” as a potential Covid-19 treatment, those same people are advising women to get horse drugs from veterinarians to facilitate do-it-yourself chemical abortions as the United States Supreme Court moves to overturn Roe v. Wade.
“With the Supreme Court poised to overturn the constitutional right to abortion, an anarchist collective that makes DIY medicine has released detailed instructions for making abortion pills,” VICE tweeted.
These “abortion pills,” the article reveals are “also used to treat ulcers in horses.” Vice acknowledged this is “reminiscent of ivermectin” but still smeared the people who used it to treat Covid as “conspiracy theorists.”
Mere months after it claimed Joe Rogan “spread misinformation” about ivermectin, “the horse-deworming drug he took,” Motherboard, VICE’s technology website, amplified the recipe for baby-killing and said misoprostol is “relatively easy to acquire from veterinary sources.”
“You may be reminded of ivermectin, which is used to control parasites in horses. It became a favored—but ineffective—COVID treatment among conspiracy theorists. The main difference here is that misoprostol does something, other than giving you the sh-ts,” Motherboard added in another tweet.
Ivermectin is a legitimate drug that is regularly prescribed by doctors as an antiparasitic. The physicians who created the cure were awarded a Nobel Prize in 2015 because of their airtight, life-changing work.
During the pandemic, however, anyone, including qualified physicians, who suggested ivermectin as a treatment for the virus was shamed, censored, and smeared by the Democrats, the corporate press, and Big Tech as a conspiracy theorist who liked to ingest medicine made for horses.
Outlets that lent coverage to ivermectin as a potential cure were suppressed and deplatformed, and calls to revoke the licenses of doctors who prescribed the drug, which eventually happened in Ontario, increased.
Rolling Stone even drummed up a fake story about crazy Republicans ingesting “horse dewormer” and overwhelming a hospital in Oklahoma.
Despite the severe and potentially fatal consequences that misoprostol, especially when obtained from a veterinarian, has on a woman and an unborn baby, other media outlets that condemned ivermectin quickly jumped on the DIY abortion horse-ulcer-pill bandwagon.
The New Statesman, a British magazine, devoted a whole thread to detailing how to obtain and use misoprostol to kill a baby in the womb.
Data shows that abortions at home resulted in more than a 500 percent increase in emergency room visits due to complications. Similar studies in Finland, Sweden, and California found that abortion pill complications such as hemorrhaging far exceeded those of surgical abortions and increased over the years.
For years, misoprostol was only approved “for the prevention and treatment of NSAID-induced gastric ulcers in patients taking NSAIDs and at high risk for ulceration. At the time, the Food and Drug Administration acknowledged that using misoprostol, especially during labor, can cause “a torn uterus,” “severe bleeding,” “hysterectomy,” and the “death of the mother or baby.”
It wasn’t until the Biden administration signaled its desire for mail-order abortions that the FDA eliminated restrictions and lifted the prerequisite that required women seeking an abortion to visit certified physicians to obtain the drug.
Jordan Boyd is a staff writer at The Federalist and co-producer of The Federalist Radio Hour. Her work has also been featured in The Daily Wire and Fox News. Jordan graduated from Baylor University where she majored in political science and minored in journalism. Follow her on Twitter @jordanboydtx.
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[By: Jordan Boyd