After relentlessly mocking conservatives for treating the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) with ivermectin, an FDA-approved anti-parasitic for humans that also comes in veterinary form, hypocritical leftists are now doing much the same thing with misoprostol, an anti-ulcer drug for horses.
According to an "anarchist collective," misoprostol can be used by women to induce an abortion. The "Four Thieves Vinegar Collective," as it calls itself, first demonstrated how to make DIY misoprostol tablets at the 2019 "Please Try This at Home" conference in Pittsburgh.
Last year when Texas almost passed a near-total abortion ban, Mixael Laufer, who runs the collective, uploaded a 17-minute video explaining in detail how to make DIY abortion pills from horse medicine.
"The first thing to mention is this has been put together with a little bit of haste," Laufer states in the video. "There's been a great deal of panic because the Republic of Texas has gotten up to some shenanigans to benefit people who are in power and to keep a bunch of other people powerless."
So far, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has yet to tweet about how irresponsibly pregnant women should avoid taking misoprostol because it is akin to "horse paste" in pill form. The FDA did this for ivermectin, of course, but will likely never say a word about misoprostol.
Left-wing media giant VICE, meanwhile, published a feature piece promoting misoprostol. The article explains that the drug is "used to treat ulcers in horses," which makes the powder "relatively easy to acquire from veterinary sources."
The VICE article admits that the use of misoprostol in this manner is "reminiscent of ivermectin," though writer Jason Koebler made sure to add an opinion blip about how he believes that ivermectin is "ineffective" against covid, despite being popular "among conspiracy theorists."
We will not go into any further detail about Koebler's instructions for transforming misoprostol powder into makeshift DIY abortion drugs for women, but suffice it to say that it is a science experiment far more conspiratorial than taking ivermectin, an actual human drug, for covid.
Outside of the U.S., ivermectin is widely available over the counter. Mexico, India, and many other countries supply it like they do aspirin – does that make these countries havens for "conspiracy theorists?"
"The main difference here is that misoprostol does something," Motherboard tweeted, alleging that ivermectin does nothing beyond "giving you the s***s."
The reality is that leftist conspiracy theorists obsessed with abortion are now becoming their own basement-dwelling mad scientists. Misoprostol, which is used in not only horses but also dogs and cats, is their new holy grail drug for murdering unborn children.
"These people are just making hell a crowded place," wrote a commenter in response to the VICE piece about misoprostol. "I will pray for them to find redemption but in the end, it is their soul not mine."
"Horse pills? Just say NEIGH!" joked another.
"Can we just put these b***es out of their misery and just STERILIZE THEM ALL?" wrote another about abortion-obsessed women and their enablers. "It's like they are all in some sort of baby-killers death cult."
"If we're going to do the animal thing, why not just spay and neuter all liberals?" joked someone else.
More related news about the Left's love affair with abortion can be found at Abortions.news.
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