While mailed abortion pills approved, Google bans abortion pill reversal
What's the science say?

2022-01-07T07:34:19-08:00January 7th, 2022|Abortion and pro-life issues|

2021 saw the FDA approve the delivery of abortion pills by mail, while Google banned all advertisement of the pro-life alternative known as the Abortion Pill Reversal (APR). The latter uses the natural hormone progesterone to counter the effect of the first progesterone-blocking pill taken in the chemical abortion regimen.

Despite those developments, Jor-El Godsey, president of Heartbeat International, told Catholic News Agency that last year’s unexpected growth in women seeking to keep their babies and reverse the two-step drug-induced abortion by mail, “is an amazing new achievement that makes 2022 a year of great promise.”

“The 2021 achievements at Heartbeat are all the more remarkable considering we’ve been targeted for censorship by Big Tech (Google) and misinformation campaigns by Soros-funded leftist outlets,” he said.    Describing Heartbeat International’s accomplishments, Godsey explained that the “our statistics suggest that more than 3,000 babies were saved through successful APR starts,” a record high for the organization.

Google blocked all ads promoting the abortion pill reversal arguing that one of its “fact checkers,” the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, claim that the use of female hormones to reverse the powerful action of the drug mifepristone is not supported by science….

But pro-life activists who promote the APR claim that the ACOG’s position is ideological and not scientific. They argue that the National Institutes of Health’s National Library of Medicine has published important studies demonstrating that APR is safe and effective. One 2016 study that observed 754 women seeking to reverse their abortions reported that intramuscular progesterone and high dose oral progesterone had successful reversal rates of 64% and 68%, respectively, with no apparent risk of birth defects.

Godsey mentioned several other significant achievements of crisis pregnancy centers affiliated with Heartbeat International, including nearly 1 million interactions of women interested in opting for life rather than abortion….

The above comes from a Jan. 5 story by the Catholic News Agency.


  1. private company January 7, 2022 at 2:07 pm - Reply

    Google is a private company and can do what it wants. They don’t have to allow ads they don’t want to show.

    • Paul Bergeron January 8, 2022 at 5:52 pm - Reply

      Is everything Google “wants” good?

    • company accomodations January 8, 2022 at 7:52 pm - Reply

      Privy, Hotels,restaurants and grocery stores are private companies as well. Can they serve only those they want to serve?
      They can’t. But, should they be able to deny service on any basis of their choosing?
      Law doesn’t always keep up with technology. In some sense, isn’t Google a public accommodation (even though privately owned)?
      Jack Phillips of Master Works bakery is being prosecuted for referring potential customers to another bakery and not baking cakes celebrating so-called gender transitions, same-sex “marriages” and divorces. He owns his bakery. Must a Jewish bakery make a Nazi-themed cake? Florists, wedding photographers and other artists (all private businesses) are facing prosecution for exercising their religious beliefs. Google is much more of a public accommodation than any of these small businesses.
      Shouldn’t standards be applied fairly to all?
      Just because a company is private doesn’t mean it “can do what it wants.” Look at all the labor regulations that apply.
      Look how HIPAA and privacy rights went out the window in the past 22 months.

      • Don't discriminate against people; discriminate what you sell January 8, 2022 at 11:00 pm - Reply

        People who sell ads can and always have rejected ads they don’t want to carry. There is no law forcing them to sell an ad just because someone wants to buy it from them.

        The general idea is that a company cannot discriminate against the person they want to do business with, but they can discriminate against the content they provide.

        • company accommodations January 9, 2022 at 9:09 am - Reply

          Don’t, so you agree that Jack Phillips should not have to bake a cake to “celebrate” gender transition or divorce (based on the content, not the person)?
          Then, that’s consistent and we agree on that.

  2. Where Is Their Moral Conscience?? January 8, 2022 at 2:49 am - Reply

    God bless Jor-El Godsey, of Heartbeat International. Big Tech has no morals, and neither does the AMA, or the ACOG. The abortion industry is driven by money, and liberal-leftist propaganda. It was recently announced that abortion was the leading cause of death, globally, in 2021, with 43 million deaths of unborn children. Anybody have a moral conscience about that??

  3. our Constitution: a republic, not a theocracy January 8, 2022 at 11:33 am - Reply

    with sadness and reluctance, i must agree with “private company” on a strictly civil law basis. since no “state action” by the U.S. federal government precipitated or (as far as we know) pressured or required Google’s ban, Google’s freedom of speech (i.e., the Constitutional bar against “compelled speech”) protects its right to ban such ads. i regret the result in this instance. but i still prefer having the Constitution to violating it. by and large it protects us all, even though it sometimes compels a result some might rightly abhor.

    • Where Is Their Moral Conscience? January 8, 2022 at 10:00 pm - Reply

      A law is needed, to require that information on the Abortion Pill Reversal– as well as how to obtain emergency Abortion Reversal Pills– must always be included, when advertising or selling abortion pills. What if slavery was made legal? Or Muslim honor killings of daughters? Do you think, then, that Google should have the scandalously immoral, but legal — right, in that case– to advertise slaves for sale? Or information, instructions, and news with photos, of daughters who soon will be, or have been, condemned to honor killings? Big Tech has always been badly in need of morality, and a decent code of ethics. Google is bought off by the abortion industry.

  4. me January 8, 2022 at 12:29 pm - Reply

    I want to clarify for those who only read the headlines and the comments-you can google abortion pill reversal and get websites. It is an ad for abortion pill reversal that was banned.

  5. Peggy January 8, 2022 at 12:56 pm - Reply
  6. Where Is Their Moral Conscience? January 8, 2022 at 10:14 pm - Reply

    To “private company” and “our Constitution is a Republic, not a Theocracy”– no. Private companies always need good laws, and sound business practices, to operate by– or else they will be closed down. You have to operate by good laws, that protect the consumers and ensure their safety. All countries have a moral obligation to protect and ensure the well-being and safety of all its citizens– and visitors, too. This in no way implies a theocracy. It is an important moral obligation, for which all countries have a responsibility. You cannot simply open up any kind of shady business, and sell anything you want. The police will come after you.

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