Joe Biden has become the abortion president. There is no doubt that the supposed Catholic who claims he’s “faithful” to the teachings of the Catholic Church is little more than an abortion activist doing the bidding of Planned Parenthood.
Seemingly every day he or someone in his administration is promoting abortion and finding ways to support the multi-billion dollar abortion industry.
Yesterday, Biden held a meeting with Kamala Harris and his cabinet members to discuss how more babies can be killed in abortions across the United States. During the meeting, Biden again declared his opposition to a Republican bill that would ban abortions after 15 weeks in states where abortions are currently allowed up to birth.
The ban would protect the thousands of viable babies who can live outside the mother’s womb but who are killed in abortions after 21 weeks and up to birth. Polls show that’s a reasonable position for most Americans, but not to Biden — who called it “extreme.”
“Congressional Republicans are doubling down on the extreme position with the proposal for a national ban,” Biden said.
As one news report made clear, the Biden meeting was an attempt to keep using abortion as a political tool to try to elect more radical pro-abortion Democrats.
Tuesday’s meeting came as the White House works to drum up support for Democratic midterms candidates in the political fight to preserve or expand access to abortion and to call attention to the ways Republicans have banned or chipped away at the procedure, which polling repeatedly shows is unpopular with voters.
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Biden called Graham’s bill a threat to “every women, in every state and every county.”
“Even if you live in a state where extremist Republican officials aren’t running the show, your right to choose will still be at risk, because the Republicans in Congress want to pass a law to take away the right to choose for every woman in every state and every county,” he said.
He called on Americans to elect more Democrats in November so that Congress could codify Roe vs. Wade into law, something he acknowledged they were “a few votes short on.”
“The only way it’s going to happen is if the American people make it happen,” Biden said.
Thankfully polls make it clear that Americans want less inflation not more abortions.