Joe Biden is just a puppet, as you all know. he says anything necessary to keep the puppet masters happy.
Biden has long claimed that he believes life begins at the moment of conception.
That is apparently no longer the case. When asked about Texas’ controversial Heartbeat Bill, the president said that he respects people “who believe life begins at the moment of conception and all.” He followed that up with, “Don’t agree, but I respect that.”
“I’m late for going down. I’m going to talk about these things from Louisiana. But I have been — continue to be a strong supporter of Roe v. Wade. Number one. And the most pernicious thing about the Texas law: It sort of creates a vigilante system where people get rewards to go out to — anyway. And it just seems — I know this sounds ridiculous, almost un-American, what we’re talking about — not the debate about — and I under- — I respect people who think that — who don’t support Roe v. Wade; I respect their views. I respect them — they — those who believe life begins at the moment of conception and all. I respect that. Don’t agree, but I respect that.”
Biden on Texas’ pro-life law: “The most pernicious thing about the Texas law, it sort of creates a vigilante system where people get rewards to go out — anyway … I don’t agree [life begins at conception]” pic.twitter.com/qQHVRVoFYP
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 3, 2021
This directly contradicts his statement in a 2012 debate, in which he said, “Life begins at conception. That’s the church’s judgment. I accept it in my personal life.” He reiterated that view in a 2015 interview. He said that he was “prepared to accept that the moment of conception is a human life.”
Biden claims to be a devout Catholic. In the past, such as in a 2007 interview on “Meet the Press,” he said that he accepts the Catholic doctrine that life begins with conception.
It’s not the first time he’s flip-flopped on his abortion views. During his election campaign, he reaffirmed his support for the Hyde Amendment, which prevents federal funds from being used for abortions. After receiving criticism from left-wing pundits and politicians, he backtracked and said that, in fact, he did not support the Hyde Amendment. The backtrack came less than 24 hours later.