Elizabeth Warren Endorses Joe Biden: Fake Indian Backs Fake Catholic

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Apr 15, 2020   |   9:37AM   |   Washington, DC

Although Elizabeth Warren dropped out of the presidential race a month ago, she waited until after Bernie Sanders and Barack Obama both endorsed Joe Biden before putting her own name on comments backing the former vice president’s bid against President Donald Trump. In so doing, the fake American Indian has backed the fake Catholic.

“In this moment of crisis, it’s more important than ever that the next president restores Americans’ faith in good, effective government—and I’ve seen Joe Biden help our nation rebuild. Today, I’m proud to endorse @JoeBiden as President of the United States,” Warren tweeted on Wednesday.

Warren became the laughingstock of the nation when she claimed to have Native American ancestry but later was forced to announce that a DNA test disproved the claim. In the same mold, Joe Biden claims to be a Catholic but has been taking to task time and time again for violating the pro-life tenets of the Catholic Church.

Biden claims to be Catholic and gives the impression of being a moderate Democrat, but his stance on abortion is completely out of touch with both his faith and the American people. In June, he even announced that he now supports forcing taxpayers to fund elective abortions. His presidential health care plan would expand abortions by codifying Roe v. Wade into federal law and prohibiting states from passing even moderate restrictions that protect unborn babies from late-term abortions. It also would force insurance companies to cover abortions as “essential” health care under Obamacare.

But there is no question that Biden’s position on the value of human life is openly defiant of the Catholic faith. That is why the South Carolina priest refused to serve him communion.

Rev. Robert E. Morey of St. Anthony Catholic Church said Biden attended Mass at his church. Morey told the Florence Morning News that he refused to give Biden communion because he does not follow church teachings on abortion.

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“Sadly, this past Sunday, I had to refuse Holy Communion to former Vice President Joe Biden,” the priest said. “Holy Communion signifies we are one with God, each other and the Church. Our actions should reflect that. Any public figure who advocates for abortion places himself or herself outside of Church teaching.”

Morey also said he is praying for Biden.

In direct opposition to Catholic teachings about the sanctity of human life, Biden said he also would force American taxpayers to fund Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers by restoring the cuts President Donald Trump made to their funding.

Biden has a strong pro-abortion voting record that goes back for many years. He also supported President Barack Obama’s leadership as the most pro-abortion president in U.S. history.

As the vice president, he supported the administration’s pro-abortion policies, including Obamacare, which forced religious employers to pay for drugs that may cause abortions. Catholic nuns still are fighting in court to not be forced to violate their beliefs.

In September, Father Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life, wrote an open letter to Biden urging him to live by his faith and protect every human life.

“Nobody can or should force you to be a Catholic, and nobody can or should force you to be a defender of legal abortion. But you cannot be both at the same time,” Pavone wrote. “To claim to do so is an insult to all of us who proclaim and strive to live the Catholic Faith. And it invites the criticism that your public identification as a Catholic, while carrying water for the abortion industry, is simply the crass politics of seeking the money and votes of both constituencies.”

He asked Biden to either “conform your conduct to the Church to which you claim to belong, or acknowledge that you no longer belong to it.”

So just as Warren is not truly a Native American, Biden is not truly representative of the Catholic faith.