Dear Friends and Family of the Preborn Child,
Mifepristone is back in the news. Our own state of Maryland is stockpiling it on the heels of a Texas case in which a federal judge suspended FDA approval of the drug on April 7th. The Supreme Court then temporarily restored full access to the drug in order to review the court decision.
Mifepristone was invented in France, and Dr. Lejeune was very saddened that this had occurred and that the use of this drug had begun in his own country.
Dr. Lejeune called mifepristone “THE FIRST HUMAN PESTICIDE”. The dangers of it to the woman were known then and they are known now. The federal judge that entered up an injunction against its use in the United States did right by women and he assuredly did right by preborn children.
The Supreme Court stayed that judge’s order, so for now, women can still get and take these drugs, deadly to the preborn child and potentially deadly to themselves. If the Supreme Court does right it will uphold the judge’s order prohibiting the use of this drug.
Life begins, like everything else, at the beginning. Just as the states are waking up to the realities of preborn life (some states are outlawing abortion altogether – Governor De Santis recently signed a law outlawing abortion after 6 weeks), it is estimated that this devilish drug will kill more preborn children in coming years than mechanically induced abortions have over the past 5o years.
By upholding the prohibition against the use of mifepristone, the Supreme Court will have left in place their decision in Dobbs while protecting the health of women and their preborn children.
Yours very sincerely and respectfully,
R. Martin Palmer
P.S. Prayerfully, the Supreme Court will eventually finish what they started in Dobbs and carry the Declaration of Independence into the Constitution (which provides in pertinent part: “All men are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights and that among these are the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness”).
An analogy is often drawn between the Dred Scott case that preceded the Civil War which held that the black man was not person but property – the analogy is continued to compare Roe v. Wade with the Dred Scott case since Roe in 1973 held that all men, red and yellow, black and white, as preborn children, were not persons but property.
Secretary of State Hamilton Fish campaigned vigorously for Ulysses Grant in his 1872 successful bid for the presidency. He said that the Republicans had “destroyed slavery, root and branch, and carried the Declaration of Independence into the Constitution, where it is today”.
Therein we have the calling of the present Supreme Court – to carry the Declaration of Independence into the Constitution and find the constitutional right to life of all preborn children from the moment of conception who are created equally in the Holy Image of God. Only time and nutrients are necessary to build the human body. The blueprint is entirely there in the beginning, nothing is added.