Joe Biden Has Been the Most Radical Pro-Abortion President Ever During His First 100 Days

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Apr 30, 2021   |   12:01PM   |   Washington, DC

Joe Biden has already been the most radical pro-abortion president ever and he has only occupied the White House for 100 days.

Soon after Biden was inaugurated, he got rid of the Mexico City Policy and restored tens of millions of taxpayer dollars to the International Planned Parenthood Federation, which kills babies in abortions around the world and lobbies to legalize abortions in pro-life countries. Pro-life leaders warned that the money will be used to pressure countries in Africa and South America to legalize the killing of unborn babies in abortions, which could result in tens of millions of babies killed in abortion.

Additionally, the Biden administration recently introduced a rule to restore taxpayer funding to Planned Parenthood and other abortion groups through Title X. He also signed a COVID relief package with no limits on taxpayer funding for abortions.

Religious freedom also is at risk. Right now, Biden is pressuring Congress to pass the Equality Act, which would strip away conscience protections for pro-life medical workers and create a “right” to demand an abortion.

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Biden also made the  decision to stop enforcing FDA safety regulations for abortion drugs. Now, the abortion industry can sell abortion drugs through the mail without ever seeing the woman in person — which will result in more babies dying in abortions and killing or injuring women as well with dangerous abortion pills.

Last week, the Biden administration restored taxpayer funding to research that uses aborted baby body parts, a reversal from the Trump administration.

Biden is even more radically pro-abortion than Barack Obama, as a new report from the Family Research Council shows Biden has made at least $479.9 billion available that can subsidize abortion and abortion businesses — more than 19 times the level set under President Obama.

As National Review puts it: “During the first 100 days of his administration, President Joe Biden has demonstrated his willingness to champion the progressive movement’s radical preferences on abortion policy. As president, Biden appears to have shed any last vestiges of pretending to believe that unborn human beings deserve even minor protections under the law or that pro-life taxpayers ought not be forced to fund elective abortions.”

The actions Biden has already taken — and more are coming — have been facilitated in part because of his administration’s close relationship with the biggest abortion company on the planet.

“Early in the administration, Planned Parenthood president Alexis McGill Johnson announced that her organization was helping the Biden transition team to staff the incoming administration, and she told Newsweek that they expected Biden to follow marching orders when it came to abortion,” National Review indicates.

That tag-team approach with the abortion giant led to the appointment of ardent abortion activists at top policy posts.

“While Biden made a few moderate choices for several key positions in his administration, he reserved for the Department of Health and Human Services a radically pro-abortion nominee, former California attorney general Xavier Becerra. The choice evidently was meant to pacify progressives demanding that the administration undo President Trump’s protections for religious freedom and conscience rights, as well as his move to partially defund Planned Parenthood,” NR said.

Becerra, whose career has featured no notable health-care experience or expertise, is best known for his progressive stance on major social issues. As a U.S. congressman, for instance, he voted against a ban on partial-birth abortion, a vote he stood by during his confirmation hearing for HHS.

As California attorney general, Becerra focused his legal power on persecuting pro-life whistleblowers, attempting to force pro-life clinics to advertise for abortion, and suing the federal government so that religious employers would be forced to provide contraceptives and abortion-inducing drugs in violation of their beliefs.

Already at HHS, Becerra has taken Biden’s direction and begun the process of undoing a Trump-administration policy that required abortion providers to financially separate their abortion business from the rest of their work in order to remain eligible for Title X federal family-planning funds. The reversal will result in Planned Parenthood — which had withdrawn from the program over the rule — receiving tens of millions more from the federal government going forward.

As National Review concludes: “Though he still formally professes the Catholic faith and has never publicly renounced his “personal” opposition to abortion, Joe Biden has spent his first 100 days in office ensuring that no one on the left can complain that he hasn’t done enough to expand access to elective abortion on the taxpayer dime.”