Another day, another broken promise from President Joe Biden himself.
When the Supreme Court decided this week that Texas could carry out and enforce the nation’s most restrictive anti-abortion law, even some staunch abortion opponents were surprised.
Melanie Salazar said in a statement, “You can only dream of these kinds of things, to be young, to be an activist, this is definitely a celebratory time.”
Last Thursday, anti-abortion groups were on the hunt for viable lawsuits even as other conservative states considered emulating the Texas legislation.
Private citizens are allowed to bring suit against abortion providers which the law essentially bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.
President Joe Biden favored the law and the Supreme Court’s decision to let it stand, an “unprecedented assault on constitutional rights” and pledged to explore steps the federal government could take “to insulate those in Texas from this law and ensure access to safe and legal abortions.” Speaker Nancy Pelosi vowed to call a vote on a measure that would protect abortion access for women.
That’s really surprising, that’s another broken promise for him as he considers himself as a devout catholic.
This is what he said, “I respect those who believe that life begins at the moment of conception — I don’t agree but I respect that.”
But that is totally reversed from what he previously said in his 2012 Vice Presidential debate where he said, “That’s the church’s judgment.”
They really change when they get installed in position, right?