President Joe Biden blamed the Supreme Court‘s initial draft of the decision for the Mississippi abortion law that will end up overturning Roe v Wade, the liberal church’s highest sacrament, on the “MAGA crowd,” which the President of the United States said are “the most extreme political organization that’s ever existed in American history.” More extreme than the Nazis, the Soviet Union, Democrat slave owners, and the East German Stasi? It’s hard to believe any president would ever speak that way about his own people, but Joe Biden did.
What the president is saying, other than he did not read Justice Samuel Alito‘s opinion, because everything he said about it is flat out wrong, is that he does not believe in democracy. To Biden, people being able to vote for things they believe is not only wrong, but it’s extreme.
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson pointed out just how extreme Biden’s rhetoric was on the news of the leaked document.
In his own words, Joe Biden just distinguished himself as the most extremist president in American history. He should be impeached for speaking this way about over 74 million American citizens for wanting to vote for issues they support.
Well, it turns out that Joe Biden opposed the Supreme Court’s ruling on Roe v Wade that unconstitutionally legalized abortion.
“I don’t think that a woman has the sole right to say what should happen to her body,” he told the Washingtonian in 1974, only one year after the Supreme Court unconstitutionally legalized abortion. That’s right. He was against the very law he’s now attacking Americans for opposing.
“I don’t like the Supreme Court decision on abortion. I think it went too far,” Joe Biden added. And he was right. The Roe decision was a spectacularly bad precedent for the Court. It had no logic, and the justices made rights up out of whole cloth, telling the American people the right to an abortion is found in the Constitution when it’s clearly not.
And not only did Biden come out against Roe v Wade a year after it was ruled, but about 8 years later, in 1982, Biden came out against it again by voting to approve a Constitutional amendment that would have confirmed that abortion was a state issue and not a federal issue, all of which is the truth.
You just read that right. Senator Joe Biden voted to overturn Roe v Wade. According to the New York Post, Biden “was the only Democrat singled out by the New York Times at the time as supporting the amendment that the National Abortion Rights Action League called ‘the most devastating attack yet on abortion rights.'”
So, on Tuesday, when the doolally president spoke, it was a total flip-flop from what he claimed he firmly believed in the past.
“Roe has been the law of the land for almost 50 years, and basic fairness and the stability of our law demand that it not be overturned,” he said. “I believe that a woman’s right to choose is fundamental.”
First of all, Roe v Wade was never a law. Can we at least agree on that? It was a court ruling. Courts do not have the power under the Constitution to create laws. Only the Congress has that power. Biden should know that after spending 50 years working in the federal government.
Biden added, “But even more, equally profound is the rationale used. It would mean that every other decision relating to the notion of privacy is thrown into question.”
That’s a bald-faced lie because Justice Alito wrote in his opinion that the ruling on overturning Roe was only for that case and would not be employed on anything else like same-sex marriage, etc. Biden did not read the draft opinion and apparently neither did the puppet masters who told him what to say.
When Biden ran for president, he realized just how badly the crazy radical the progressives had taken over the Democratic Party and that’s why he’s done a complete turnaround on Roe. The same party that says men can get pregnant, criminals should not be charged with crimes, critical race theory should be taught in schools, and supported children being sexualized in the classroom by their LGBTQ+ supportive teachers are now against democracy. They think people who believe they have the right to vote for representatives who will pass laws they support are extremists.
The Supreme Court’s ruling, in a nutshell, is saying that abortion should never have been taken up at the federal level because our Constitution does not mention it. The Constitution gave the federal government 18 powers. Every other power belongs to the states and if the federal government wants a new power that the Constitution never gave it, it has to ask the states for permission to take that power away from the states. It’s called the Amendment process. Abortion is nowhere to be found in the Constitution, so if the federal government wants to create an abortion law, it has to ask the states for permission to do so. Yes, the Amendment process is a tough road to travel, but it was designed to be hard.
The initial draft opinion says that by overturning Roe v Wade, abortion goes back to being a state issue so that the people in each state can vote either for or against abortion laws. Like it or not, that’s the way our system works.
Here’s Biden’s complete extremist rhetoric.