Dems are so fanatical about abortion that the White House might declare a "national public health emergency" if Roe v. Wade is overturned
· · Jun 16, 2022 · NottheBee.com

If you've ever thought to yourself, "Y'know, it sure seems like the modern Democratic party is absolutely, breathtakingly monomaniacally insane about abortion," congratulations, you nailed it:

President Biden's top aides are weighing whether he can or should take a series of executive actions to help women in Republican-controlled states obtain abortions if the Supreme Court eliminates a woman's right to end her pregnancy, according to senior administration officials.

Some of the ideas under consideration include declaring a national public health emergency, readying the Justice Department to fight any attempt by states to criminalize travel for the purpose of obtaining an abortion, and asserting that Food and Drug Administration regulations granting approval to abortion medications pre-empt any state bans, the officials said.

So if Roe v. Wade is overturned, fewer innocent human beings will be killed... and the White House things this would constitute a nationwide "public health emergency?"

Man, though, The New York Times is really trying to push ol' Joe Biden to take a stand here:

Part of the dilemma, according to people familiar with the internal deliberations, is that Mr. Biden's approach is likely to be seen as a litmus test by many centrist or liberal-leaning voters. This will put him under pressure to aggressively demonstrate a deep concern over the loss of the nearly 50-year-old right to reproductive freedom, and could make it preferable for him to go down fighting rather than demoralize certain voters.

Oh yeah, Joe Biden's going to "go down fighting." That's what's going to happen!

We pro-lifers have a lot of work left ahead of us but it's still nice when the Left gives us a laugh every now and then!


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