Joe Biden’s handlers are stepping up their battle against babies, looking at ways to use the office of the presidency to defeat the unborn and those who would try to preserve their lives.
In a crippling leak of a confidential opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court has been shown to be on the verge of overturning the Roe v. Wade decision that claimed a Constitutional right for a woman to have an abortion. In response, amid an outpouring of fury from the left, the White House has swung into action and is reportedly looking at executive orders and other measures to increase access and funding for abortion, reports Reuters.
Press secretary Jen Psaki said Biden has reportedly asked the White House Gender Policy Council, the Department of Health and Human Services and the White House Counsel’s Office to put together a plan to make sure that the killing of human fetuses continues unabated.
Federal agencies could be enlisted. The Food & Drug Administration, which controls prescription drug access, could be pressured to increase access to poisons used for medical abortions, a source advising the White House said. Also under consideration is making abortion pills available online from interstate and foreign vendors for personal use, and asking the FDA to publish a list of authorized providers, the source said.
Another option would be asking Health & Human Services Administration (HHS) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to allow Medicaid funds to be used to pay for travel to states that permit abortion procedures, the source said.
In any case, the goal is to use Americans’ tax money to feed a practice that millions find abhorrent.
The discussions also include positioning the Department of Justice (DOJ) to defend doctors, pharmacists, abortion providers and those who dispense abortion medication, along with women who get abortions, from criminal cases and lawsuits. The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the Surgeon General’s Office could also manufacture a report on the “profound physical, mental and emotional impact on women from not having access to reproductive health services,” the source said.