If President Biden and Vice President Harris have made anything clear throughout their stay at the White House, it’s that they’re irrevocably and unashamedly in support of abortion.
On October 4, the Biden administration held its second meeting on the Task Force on Reproductive Healthcare Access where, to nobody’s surprise, both Biden and Harris touted fear-mongering claims in order to express their commitment to abortion.
Harris began with her own remarks and usual talking points.
We believe, and I certainly believe, that a woman should have the freedom to make decisions about her own body and that her government should not be making those decisions for her. We believe that if she chooses, she, of course, will and can consult with her physician, with her loved ones, with her faith leader.
I find it hysterical that Harris often alludes to faith when trying to justify abortion. She claims to be a Christian and follow the Holy Bible, which is unquestionably against abortion. Even so, she pretends that faith and abortion are on the same page.
“One does not have to abandon their faith or beliefs to agree that the government should not be making these decisions for the women of America," she added.
Perhaps her translation of the Bible is different than mine.
Harris also called pro-life lawmakers “extremist so-called leaders.”
I’ve said this numerous times, but it really makes me chuckle when the left calls lawmakers who advocate for saving lives the “extremists.” That makes no sense.
Harris spent the rest of her presentation boasting about the “successes” the Biden administration has had since the first task force meeting regarding abortion back in August, insisting that with abortion “rights” at stake, other “rights” like “contraception” and “marriage equality” could also be in jeopardy.
Following in her footsteps of lies and lunacy came Biden’s own presentation at the meeting.
After getting over the hiccup of calling the “Dobbs” decision “Dodd,” the president affirmed all of his pro-abortion ideas, including advocating for Congress to codify abortion rights nationwide “once and for all” before calling pro-life laws “extremist.”
But right now, we have — we’re short a handful of votes. So the only way it’s going to happen is if the American people make it happen. And meanwhile, congressional Republicans are doubling down on the extreme position with the proposal for a national ban.
Let me be clear what that means: It means that 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 Republicans in Congress want to pass a law to take away the right to choose for every woman in every state, in every county. And there’s no — and there’s no pushing back from that. It’s — it’s also pushing laws to not allow for exceptions of rape and incest and — or the life of the mother, in some cases.
Biden called it “scary” that states are issuing pro-life laws before affirming his administration's commitment to murdering innocent babies — er, sorry, I mean, to help people access “basic healthcare.”
Biden passed the floor over to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, who then claimed: “Students need to access healthcare to thrive in school and life.”
Following the task force meeting, Biden’s press secretary errantly claimed the Supreme Court took away a “constitutional law” by overturning Roe v. Wade.
Harris is expected to conduct a roundtable on October 5 in New Britain, Connecticut alongside other pro-aborts, including Planned Parenthood President Alexis McGill Johnson.
Karine Jean-Pierre says the Supreme Court took away "a constitutional law" by overturning Roe v. Wade pic.twitter.com/bUZCY36fPe— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) October 4, 2022