Abortion Pill

Abortion pill business begins using ‘Roe-bots’ to dispense abortion drugs

Aid Access, one of numerous businesses dispensing abortion pills without medical supervision, has announced it has begun using robots to dispense pills in states where preborn children are protected from abortion.

In a press release, Aid Access said it would unveil the robots at a rally outside the Supreme Court — which it did.

The robots, dubbed “Roe-bots,” were created in an initiative with several abortion businesses — Aid Access, Women On Waves, Abortion Access Front, and Abortion Coalition for Telemedicine — specifically to skirt pro-life laws. As the press release noted, “The abortion robots will be operated remotely from within shield law states, where legal protection safeguards abortion providers against punitive measures.”

Groups like Aid Access have tried to convince women that efforts to make abortion pills available without medical supervision won’t lead to coercion. Yet in numerous real-life examples, men have been able to successfully obtain abortion pills and force women into unwanted abortions.

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Others have engaged in undercover reporting to see how easily men could get abortion pills by claiming they were a pregnant woman. Joe Baca was able to order abortion pills from Plan C and Aid Access, using a fake name, and neither business bothered to verify his identity, or get an ultrasound to verify the “woman” really was pregnant. Neither business seemed concerned if the pills were being sold to minors, either. Under the fake female names, Baca was easily able to get abortion pills mailed to him.

“Neither company required proof of a doctor’s visit or even an ultrasound proving I was pregnant,” he said. “They did nothing to make sure I was not being abused, raped or trafficked. They did absolutely nothing to verify I was an adult beyond asking me how old I was. I simply told them I was born in 1995, but they never asked for an ID.”

Now, these organizations plan to use robots. There is no information given on how they will ensure the pills aren’t being ordered under false pretenses — but given past behavior, it seems unlikely that preventing coerced or forced abortions is much of a concern for these organizations to begin with.

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