Abortion activist takes an abortion pill on live television

by Seth Udinski

Seth Udinski, FISM News


In a shocking piece of news, an abortion activist in Detroit took an abortion pill on live television, proudly claiming she was ending her pregnancy.

Jex Blackmore, a self-proclaimed advocate for abortion, went on WJBK FOX 2 Detroit’s “Let It Rip” to promote the use of mail-order abortion pills. She went on the show to discuss the topic with host Charlie Langton, as well as pro-life lawyer Rebecca Kiessling.

During the interview, Blackmore said, “I want to show you how easy it is, and how safe it is, by taking it myself.” She then pulled out an abortion pill and swallowed it with a glass of water.

This visibly caught Langton by surprise. Kiessling was also clearly stunned and perturbed at the obscene act. After Langton asked Blackmore if she was pregnant, she responded almost proudly, “I would say that this is going to end a pregnancy. This would be my third abortion.”

Blackmore reaffirmed her claim off air that she was pregnant.

Many on the pro-life side, including Kiessling, believe Blackmore did this to generate shock-value. Kiessling highlighted the reality of what happens to a mother when she aborts her baby:

With abortion, a preborn baby does not just magically vanish into thin air by merely swallowing a pill, as some may think. Jex’s actions are extremely deceiving and make me think of someone pushing a button for a drone strike — it would appear easy enough, but in reality most people understand the carnage which will ensue and should be outraged at the tragic loss of life and the callousness with which it was done.

Whether she truly aborted her unborn child or whether it was staged, Blackmore’s actions were grossly deceptive and shamefully profane in that she made the abortion process look quick and painless, when in fact it is often horrifying, not only for the murdered baby, but for the mother also.

This development magnifies the utter need for those with a voice to speak out on behalf of the defense of unborn children who cannot speak for themselves.