White House Press Secretary called Joe Biden a “man of strong faith” today even though he not only supports killing babies in abortions but has promoted abortion extensively by forcing Americans to fund it and fund the Planned Parenthood abortion company.
Psaki dodged a question about the Catholic bishops voting to rebuke Biden and pro-abortion Catholic politicians by approving an outline to create a new document on the importance of communion and public life.
“Well Joe Biden is a strong man of faith,” Psaki said. “As he noted just a couple of days ago, it’s personal. He goes to church, as you know, nearly every weekend.”
“It’s personal to him,” she added. “He doesn’t see it through a political prism and we’re not going to comment otherwise on the inner workings of the Catholic Church.”
Asked if the recent vote would make Biden reconsider his public support for abortion, Psaki reiterated that the president’s faith is “personal.”
“It’s something that has helped guide him through some challenging moments in his life and that’s how many Americans see their faith as well. Not through a political prism, so I would suspect he will continue to attend church as he has for many, many years.”
Asked if Biden realizes his pro-abortion record is contract to the pro-life teachings of the Catholic Church, Psaki essentially ignored the question.
“I think we’re going to move on because I’ve just answered that and it’s personal,” she said.
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his weekend, Biden defied the nation’s Catholic bishops this weekend by attending Mass just two days after they voted for a new document on communion that could be used to rebuke pro-abortion politicians like him.
After the bishops overwhelming voted for the document and despite numerous bishops speaking up about the importance of the Catholic Church’s opposition to killing babies in abortion, the supposedly “faithful Catholic” went to mass anyway.
On Friday, a defiant Joe Biden essentially dared the nation’s Catholic bishops to deny him communion, saying he doubted they would follow through on any rebuke of his radical abortion agenda.
Asked about the vote and the potential to be denied communion, Biden smugly dismissed it. Biden first appeared like a deer in headlights, not understanding the question and asking a reporter to repeat it before appearing completely unconcerned about the potential.
“That’s a private matter and I don’t think that’s going to happen.”