While he has turned his attention recently to stealing guns from law-abiding Americans, Joe Biden hasn’t completely forgotten about his party’s highest sacrament: abortion.
As the potential “death” of Roe V. Wade looms, Biden’s response has left abortion supporters on edge, the Hill reported.
Biden regime preparing for Roe overturn
A White House spokesperson said that Biden, who spent months coercing Americans rejecting COVID vaccines and talking about them like they were vermin, is focused on “protecting Americans’ constitutional right to make personal decisions about their own bodies.”
The administration has been discussing what to do after Roe ends with pro-abortion groups and state officials, the Hill reported.
Realistically, there isn’t much Biden can do without going through Congress, and he seems to be focused on leveraging outrage to paint Republicans as “extreme” before the midterms.
Still, for some, it’s the little things that count. Kelly Davis, executive director of New Voices for Reproductive Justice, said she is thrilled that Biden, a Catholic, has started using the word “abortion” instead of the euphemism he has long favored, “choice.”
Davis said she has conveyed to Biden officials the dire consequences for “Black pregnant people” if abortion-on-demand is no longer available.
Is Biden prepared for the unrest?
Biden has done little to restrain pro-abortion violence and extremism inspired by the illicit leak of the Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe, and it’s unclear if he has a plan to respond to further unrest that will almost certainly erupt if and when Roe finally ends. A decision is expected any day now.
If Biden is concerned about violence, he’s doing a poor job of showing it. Last month, he said he “encourages” so-called “peaceful protests” outside the homes of conservative justices, and his response was tight-lipped when a deranged leftist was caught attempting to kill Brett Kavanaugh early Wednesday.
Hours after the murder plot was foiled, Biden sat down for a rare TV interview with regime lapdog Jimmy Kimmel, where Biden said that Americans won’t “stand” for Roe ending and would rise up in a “mini revolution.”
As far as substantive action to protect abortion, Biden hinted that he could sign executive orders, but went into little detail.
“The White House, at least they are giving the perception that they are willing to fight this fight with us,” Marsha Jones, executive director of The Afiya Center, told the Hill. “I do need to see something tangible….We’re all just sitting on pins and needles.”