Watch this video of White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki dodging and refusing to answer the simple question, "Does the president believe that a 15-week-old unborn baby is a human being?"
"Are you asking me if the president supports a woman's right to choose? He does," Psaki quickly responded.
Um… no. That was not the question.
Psaki is very obviously spinning her answer to appeal to Biden's base and avoid the real question. This is nothing new in politics.
What makes this so interesting is that this question came after the U.S Conference of Catholic Bishops voted overwhelmingly to draft a formal document on the meaning of the Eucharist.
Why do they need to draft a formal document on the true meaning of the Eucharist?
Because of the ongoing debate on whether President Biden and other politicians who support abortion policies deserve to receive Communion at Mass.
According to Psaki, "Joe Biden is a strong man of faith."
We are told Biden attends Mass regularly and, in the past, has said he opposes abortion but doesn't want to impose that position on Americans.
Whether or not Biden will be found worthy of receiving Communion is still unknown. When asked about it, Biden said, "That's a private matter and I don't think that's going to happen."
Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City has been one of Biden's biggest critics on abortion. He recently said:
"Sadly, President Biden is the perfect example of the religiously and ethically incoherent straddle: claiming to believe that human life begins at conception and personally opposing abortion, while doing everything within his power to promote and institutionalize abortion not only in the USA but also around the world."