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New York Group Sends Abortion Ship to Gulf of Mexico, Targeting Texas Unborn Babies

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Just over one year ago, the United States Supreme Court released the country from the lethal shackles of Roe v. Wade with their decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. This ruling returned the issue of abortion to the states, enabling them to pass laws that protect the lives of preborn children at any stage of development.

The state of Texas was prepared for this moment, as evidenced by the immediate reinstatement of its pre-Roe law, which effectively ceased the operations of the abortion industry and safeguarded all preborn children from the moment of fertilization. However, those who are ardently pro-abortion were not willing to concede so readily.

It has been reported that anti-life groups have been plotting to lawlessly mail deadly abortion pills into Texas. However, another innovative and potentially dangerous approach is the operation of offshore abortion clinic ships.

AbortOffshore has already deployed a ship in the Gulf of Mexico, which has conducted nearly 1,200 abortions on women in Gulf states that protect the lives of pregnant individuals. AbortOffshore is headquartered in New York City and performs abortions up to 20 weeks’ gestation. The ship is located 12 miles off the coast, thus subject only to federal law and law enforcement.

Another abortion ship that is still fundraising is called “PRROWESS” (Protecting Reproductive Rights of Women Endangered by State Statutes). Upon the enactment of legislation in southern states that sought to protect life, Meg Autry, the founder of the organization, decided to implement her previously conceived plan. In the previous year, Autry initiated the fundraising process, as evidenced by the organization’s website. It appears that Autry is still in the process of raising sufficient funds to begin her controversial endeavor, although she has indicated that her ship is expected to begin functioning this summer.

The concept of an abortion ship is not a novel one. In 1999, Dutch abortionist Rebecca Gomperts established Women on Waves with the objective of providing abortions to women in Europe. Gomperts is also the founder of Aid Access, a website that facilitates the importation of abortion pills into the United States, thereby circumventing state laws without regard for the safety of women.

Such plots serve to illustrate that the abortion lobby is a culture of death that will stop at nothing to take the lives of innocent children. It would be a mistake for the pro-life movement to retreat at this juncture. It is evident that women require access to resources pertaining to pregnancy and maternal care. Pro-Lifers must facilitate this access through the establishment of critical pregnancy resource centers, thereby providing women with the necessary support to make informed decisions regarding their pregnancies and to reject the influence of the abortion lobby.

The current Pro-Life legislation in Texas is inadequate to prevent the use of innovative methods of terminating the lives of preborn children. It is regrettable that, when the Texas Legislature convened earlier this year, they failed to prioritize the protection of unborn children by failing to pass any legislation that would ensure the full enforcement of existing pro-life laws and prevent the importation of abortion pills into the state.

The current legislation in Texas is responsible for the saving of thousands of lives of unborn children from the abortion industry. However, the struggle is not yet concluded. Anti-life activists are devising new methods of committing abortions in Texas, including the use of a so-called “abortion ship.” If the objective is to protect the most vulnerable preborn Texans, it is imperative that we do not retreat. It is imperative that our state fully enforces its pro-life laws and prevents the importation of illicit abortion drugs that have been demonstrated to be lethal.


Chelsea Garcia is a political writer with a special interest in international relations and social issues. Events surrounding the war in Ukraine and the war in Israel are a major focus for political journalists. But as a former local reporter, she is also interested in national politics.

Chelsea Garcia studied media, communication and political science in Texas, USA, and learned the journalistic trade during an internship at a daily newspaper. In addition to her political writing, she is pursuing a master's degree in multimedia and writing at Texas.

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