'Pregnant' pro-choice activist takes abortion pill on LIVE TV

‘This is going to end a pregnancy’: [object Window] – who SLAMMED her for ‘killing her babyon-air

  • Activist Jex Blackmore appeared on Fox 2 News Detroit on Sunday to discuss the FDA’s decision to allow abortion pills to be mailed to patients
  • She was joined on the ‘Let It Ripsegment by Rebecca Kiessling, 52, a pro-life campaigner and lawyer, with host Charlie Langton moderating their debate
  • 面接中, Blackmore insisted that abortion pills are ‘incredibly safe,’ before stating that she ‘wanted to show how easy and safe it is by taking it
  • She put a white pill into her mouth and swallowed it, leaving Langton open-mouthed in shock, while Kiessling simply shook her head
  • Langton, 61, asked Blackmore if she was actually pregnant, 彼女はそれに答えた: ‘I would say this is going to end a pregnancythis would be my third abortion
  • After the show, Kiessling slammed Blackmore’s actions, accusing her of ‘killing her child on TV,’ adding that she ‘broke down in tearswhen the broadcast ended
  • Blackmore, who is known for courting controversy, founded the Detroit chapter of The Satanic Temple (TST), nontheistic human rights organization
  • She was later expelled from the group for espousing views that were not in line with the larger TST ethos
  • A ‘pregnantpro-choice activist left a pro-life campaigner ‘in tearsafter taking an abortion pill to ‘end a pregnancyduring a shocking live TV interview.

    Jex Blackmore appeared on 狐 2 News Detroit‘s ‘Let It Ripsegment on Sunday to discuss the Food and Drug Administration’s decision last month to allow abortion pills to be prescribed via telehealth and mailed to patients.

    Host Charlie Langton, 61, moderated the debate between Blackmore and Rebecca Kiessling, 52, a pro-life campaigner and lawyer.

    ‘They’re incredibly safe,’ Blackmore said of the pills, while explaining how the mail-order system works. ‘It is extremely easy and private and allows you to really self-manage your abortion.

    The activist then held up a white pill, claiming it was mifepristone, a progesterone blocker that stops the growth of a pregnancy that is less than 10 weeks along.








    Pro-choice activist Jex Blackmore (写真) took an abortion pill during a live television debate with pro-life campaigner Rebecca Kiessling

    Pro-choice activist Jex Blackmore took an abortion pill during a live television debate with pro-life campaigner Rebecca Kiessling (写真)

    Pro-choice activist Jex Blackmore (左) took an abortion pill during a live television debate with pro-life campaigner Rebecca Kiessling (正しい)

    Blackmore appeared on Fox 2 News Detroit on Sunday to discuss the Food and Drug Administration's decision to allow abortion pills to be mailed to patients

    Blackmore appeared on Fox 2 News Detroit on Sunday to discuss the Food and Drug Administration’s decision to allow abortion pills to be mailed to patients

    Blackmore explained mifepristone was the first of two pills that a person would take to terminate a pregnancy. 二番目, misoprostol, causes cramping and bleeding to empty the uterus.

    ‘I want to show you how easy it is, and safe it is, by taking it myself,’ she said before putting it in her mouth, washing it down with a sip of water, and smiling at the camera.

    A stunned Langton could barely get his words out when he asked: ‘You’re not pregnant, あなたは?’

    ‘I would say that this is going to end a pregnancy,’ Blackmore replied. ‘This would be my third abortion.

    Kiessling closed her eyes and shook her head in response before arguing against the pill, saying there is ‘no dignitary in it.

    She also said the abortion pill is reversible using certain hormones — a claim the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says is ‘not based on scienceand one that does ‘not meet clinical standards.

    Blackmore said she 'wanted to show how easy and safe it is by taking it.' She put a white pill into her mouth and swallowed it, leaving host Charlies Langton (写真) open-mouthed in shock

    Blackmore (写真) said she 'wanted to show how easy and safe it is by taking it.' She put a white pill into her mouth and swallowed it, leaving host Charlies Langton open-mouthed in shock

    Blackmore said she ‘wanted to show how easy and safe it is by taking it.She put a white pill into her mouth and swallowed it, leaving host Charlies Langton (左) open-mouthed in shock

    Blackmore claimed the pill was mifepristone, a progesterone blocker that stops the growth of a pregnancy. It is the first of two pills a person would take to terminate a pregnancy

    Blackmore claimed the pill was mifepristone, a progesterone blocker that stops the growth of a pregnancy. It is the first of two pills a person would take to terminate a pregnancy

    The second abortion pill, misoprostol, causes cramping and bleeding to empty the uterus

    The second abortion pill, misoprostol, causes cramping and bleeding to empty the uterus

    Kiessling later wrote a lengthy フェイスブック slamming Blackmore for ‘callously’ [beginning] the process of killing her baby on TV.

    ‘After the segment ended, I just broke down in tears,’ 彼女は言いました. ‘It’s like someone pushing a button for a drone strike on innocent victims like it’s nothing because they don’t see them, while the rest of us are fully aware of the carnage to ensue, the shocking loss of life.

    Pro-life commenters responded to Kiessling’s posts about the television interview with shock and outrage, with some accusing Blackburn of faking a pregnancy.

    ‘Just watched this and am shaking. So insane,’ 一人が書いた, 別の追加: ‘I’m so sorry you had to witness that. Prayers for you.

    ‘She probably isn’t pregnant, and it was probably an aspirin,’ someone else claimed. ‘Pure evil.

    Others called out Kiessling for spreading misinformation about the abortion pill, which the FDA has 決定 is safe and effective.

    ‘The pill effects are not reversible in any way shape or form, the fact you don’t know this is just wild,’ one critic wrote.

    ‘It’s totally safe and should be widely available to all women who do not want religious nutcases ruining their lives,’ someone else argued.

    Kiessling closed her eyes and shook her head in response before arguing against the pill, saying there is 'no dignitary in it'

    Kiessling closed her eyes and shook her head in response before arguing against the pill, saying there is 'no dignitary in it'

    Kiessling closed her eyes and shook her head in response before arguing against the pill, saying there is ‘no dignitary in it

    Blackmore tweeted about taking an abortion pill on live TV after the segment. In an email to The Washington Post, she said it was 'no charade'

    Blackmore tweeted about taking an abortion pill on live TV after the segment. In an email to The Washington Post, she said it was ‘no charade

    After the show, Kiessling slammed Blackmore's actions, accusing her of 'killing her child on TV,' adding that she 'broke down in tears' when the broadcast ended

    After the show, Kiessling slammed Blackmore’s actions, accusing her of ‘killing her child on TV,’ adding that she ‘broke down in tearswhen the broadcast ended

    Blackmore ツイート about taking the abortion pill life on air and was met with support from other pro-choice activists.

    ‘I’ve never needed to use this, but I absolutely would have if I had needed it,’ 一人の女性が書いた. ‘Well done to you for trying to end the stigma of termination. #prochoice #MyBodyMyChoice it’s nobody else’s business what you do with your body.

    '良い! WE need to be the ones in control of our own uterus,’ 他の誰かが共有しました, 別の追加: ‘Thank you for doing that. We need to end the stigma and lies associated with abortion.

    Like Kiessling, Blackmore also faced backlash from opponents.

    ‘I’m pro choice, but to be so flippant about it and to seek attention for it is disturbing,’ ある評論家がツイートした.

    ‘Why would you want the ending of life to be so trivial and unimportant?!?!’ 別の質問. ‘If you don’t want a baby then take birth control!! Murder is murder.

    In an email to ワシントンポスト, Blackmore said her claim that she took mifepristone on live TV was ‘no charade.

    ‘Abortion is a common and safe medical procedure surrounded by stigma,’ 彼女は書いた. ‘Stigma keeps people silent about their personal experiences and creates space for harmful, inaccurate narratives. My action was intended to dispel some of those myths, 誤報, and stigma.

    During her appearance on the segment,

    進行中のメンタルヘルスの闘いについて彼女が開いたDestinyComptonのFacebookページ, Kiessling touted misinformation about the abortion pill being reversible using certain hormones

    The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says the claim is 'not based on science' and one that does 'not meet clinical standards'

    The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says the claim is ‘not based on scienceand one that does ‘not meet clinical standards

    Blackmore, who is known for courting controversy, was the founder of the Detroit chapter of The Satanic Temple (TST), a nontheistic human rights organization that promotes egalitarianism, social justice, and the separation of religion and state.

    She was later expelled from the group for espousing views that were not in line with the larger TST ethos.

    12月中, the FDA permanently lifted a restriction on an abortion pill that prevented prescribers from sending it through the mail.

    Under prior U.S. 規則, the pill had to be dispensed in clinics or hospitals by specially-certified providers who had to sign an agreement and obtain the patient’s signature to acknowledge the provider informed them about the drug.

    The new ruling allows patients to have a telemedicine appointment with a provider who can prescribe abortion pills and send them by mail.

    しかしながら, it did not override the regulations in 19 states — mainly in the south and the Midwest — where telemedicine visits for the pills are banned.

    Women who live in states that do not allow telemedicine for abortion pills must travel to a state that does, but they may be in any location within the state for the telehealth visit and can receive the pills at any address in the state.

    Blackmore founded the Detroit chapter of The Satanic Temple (TST), a nontheistic human rights organization that promotes egalitarianism, social justice, and the separation of religion and state

    Blackmore founded the Detroit chapter of The Satanic Temple (TST), a nontheistic human rights organization that promotes egalitarianism, social justice, and the separation of religion and state

    しかしながら, she was later expelled from the group for espousing views that were not in line with the larger TST ethos

    しかしながら, she was later expelled from the group for espousing views that were not in line with the larger TST ethos

    Blackmore and Kiessling’s appearance on ‘Let It Ripaired during the weekend of the 49th anniversary of Roe v. ウェイド, インクルード 1973 landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision that guarantees a woman’s constitutional right to an abortion.

    Laws severely restricting abortion have been passed in multiple Republican-led states, but have been struck down by the courts for violating Roe v. ウェイド.

    12月中, the conservative-led Supreme Court heard arguments on a Mississippi law that prohibits abortions after 15 weeks — about two months earlier than Roe v. Wade allows.

    The decision, which could overturn or uphold Roe v. ウェイド, won’t come until late spring or early summer 2022.

    Another law in Texas bans abortion after six weeks, when some say a heartbeat in the womb can be detected but before many women even know they are pregnant.

    It is the most restrictive abortion law passed in the U.S. since the procedure was guaranteed as a constitutional right nearly five decades ago.

    Texas Senate Bill 8, which went into force in September, differs from other efforts in that it attempts to insulate the state from claims of rights violations by giving members of the public the ability to sue doctors who perform abortions — or anyone who helps facilitate them — once a heartbeat in the womb is detected.

    They can be rewarded with $10,000 for initiating civil suits that land in court, prompting criticism that the state is encouraging people to take the law into their own hands.

    今月上旬, 我ら. Supreme Court dealt another blow to opponents of a Texas law that bans most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. で 6-3 決定, the court rejected a request by abortion providers to have the case sent to a district judge who had previously moved to block the law

    今月上旬, 我ら. Supreme Court dealt another blow to opponents of a Texas law that bans most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. で 6-3 決定, the court rejected a request by abortion providers to have the case sent to a district judge who had previously moved to block the law

    Abortion supporters and protestors gathered outside the U.S. Supreme Court in November as the high court heard arguments in two challenges to the Texas law

    Abortion supporters and protestors gathered outside the U.S. Supreme Court in November as the high court heard arguments in two challenges to the Texas law

    今月上旬, the Supreme Court, で 6-3 決定, そして、そのような例外的な状況のために個別の資金提供要求を行うことができます a request by abortion providers to have the case sent to a district judge who had previously moved to block the Texas law.

    代わりに, the case will remain with the conservative 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.

    The majority did not provide any comment on their decision, but the three liberal justices on the nation’s highest court penned a scathing dissent.

    '今日, for the fourth time, this Court declines to protect pregnant Texans from egregious violations of their constitutional rights,’ Justice Sonia Sotomayor said.

    ‘This case is a disaster for the rule of law and a grave disservice to women in Texas, who have a right to control their own bodies,’ Sotomayor said. ‘I will not stand by silently as a State continues to nullify this constitutional guarantee.

    Public opinion polls have found most Americans believe abortion should be legal in all or most cases. But a segment of the population, particularly on the religious right, has never accepted the Roe v. Wade ruling and has campaigned to have it overturned.

    While weighing in on the Supreme Court’s response to the Texas law and the possible upholding of the Mississippi law, Blackmore told The Post that the ‘anti-abortion movement has been celebrating what looks like a victory to them, but this victory is largely symbolic.

    ‘With medical mail-order abortion, we’ve actually expanded access more than ever before,’ 彼女は付け加えた.