The Right to Life in Biden's America

From protector to persecutor

In Biden’s America, the unborn don’t stand a chance.

Joe Biden’s shifting positions on abortion over the years reflect a longstanding, slavish devotion to party extremists. Even the New York Times, an outlet known for its unapologetically liberal bent, said of Biden, “his back and forth over abortion has become a hallmark of his political career.”

On entering the Senate in 1973, Biden touted his Catholicism and voted pro-life. In 1974, he blasted Roe v. Wade, saying of the 1972 Supreme Court decision, “I don’t think that a woman has the sole right to say what should happen to her body.”

Sadly, Biden’s penchant for championing the rights of the unborn was short-lived.

The watershed moment arrived in 1982 when Biden voted for a Constitutional Amendment to overturn Roe v. Wade, allowing states to make their own decisions. At the time, Biden called it, “the single most difficult vote I’ve cast.” A year later in the Senate Judiciary Committee, he voted against it.

In 1991, he even voted against a bill requiring facilities that receive federal funding to notify parents about abortions performed on their minor child.

By 2019, Biden said he would codify Roe v. Wade as a federal law if he is elected.

Joe Biden’s shameful transition from protecting unborn lives to facilitating the financing of their extermination tells you everything you need to know.