Yes, but Belladonna isn’t something they’d look for and as I said, Belladonna is a poison, they probably won’t make it to the hospital if something goes wrong.
I don’t live in Texas and with the way things are going, there is a fund to protect my free speech concerning abortion. Many companies and groups are setting funds for such things. I’m not worried about it. Not only that, may I remind you of what forum we are on? I don’t think the charges can be enforced over a comment concerning a “coat hanger abortion”.
Besides that, you missed my point- more than once. Belladonna is a poison and although a woman could use it to induce a miscarriage, if they do not know how much to take, it might as well be a “coat hanger abortion”. She won’t make it to the hospital, just as she won’t make it to the hospital using a coat hanger to induce miscarriage.
There won’t be any trial because the woman will be dead already. She doesn’t have to have others knowingly involved even to do this either. She could just buy it, as she would a coat hanger. Should we charge Hellmart for selling her the coat hanger?
Lastly, as a mod on Center of Inquiry forum, do you want me to shut this thread down out of fear of being sued and possibly fined and/or jailed for our conversation? Are you wanting this thread such down out of fear of being charged, unconstitutionally, with a crime because of Texas wanting to enforce their stupid religious views on everyone?
The only way I’ll shut this thread down is if CFI higher ups ask me to because they are fear being sued by the Xian Sharia state of Texas. As far as I am concerned, unless that happens, then anyone can say what they want about abortion, in this thread, as long as there is no name calling or violation of the rules.
Women have the constitutional right to have medical care that is between them and their doctor, as well as someone of HER choosing. It’s the government’s business and the only person who should make decisions about her medical care is the woman herself. Texas only goal is to religiously control women. Texas doesn’t give a damn about the woman, her healthcare, her life, or her right to choose. Texas rather criminalize what she does with her body, especially if she’s not a baby factory. Meanwhile, men can get vasectomies and not go to jail/prison for it. Maybe we should make vasectomies mandatory for Texas males until they are deemed matured enough, responsible, and financially well off to have children.