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Biden Tucks His Tail On Afghans . . . But Phony Catholic Prez Ready And Roaring To War Against Texas Babies

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By DEXTER DUGGAN

If Joe Biden does as good a job for permissive abortion as he did for Afghanistan, abortion is doomed.
Just think, as abortionists are rounded up by the hundreds to be jailed, Biden will give a talk at the White House congratulating himself for the great work he accomplished defending Roe v. Wade. Maybe have some Pentagon medal get pinned on his chest.
The wording of an actual September 1 statement from the White House in Biden’s name said: “Today, Texas law S.B.8 went into effect. This extreme Texas law blatantly violates the constitutional right established under Roe v. Wade and upheld as precedent for nearly half a century.
“The Texas law will significantly impair women’s access to the health care they need,” Biden said, “particularly for communities of color and individuals with low incomes. . . .
“My administration is deeply committed to the constitutional right established in Roe v. Wade nearly five decades ago and will protect and defend that right,” the phony “devout Catholic” said.
Issuing a printed statement naturally is better for Biden. Imagine him trying to read out loud, “Uh, uh, tomato, I mean, uh, today, uh, Tennessee, uh, no, Tampa, uh, Texas sent an effect, uh, that balloons the violent constitutional, oh, I missed a few words. Hey, Dr. Jill, I know you’ve told me a trillion times, but are you really, uh, sure I’m, uh, cut out for this job, uh?”
The pro-abortion statement was issued, of course, just after Biden’s administration had abandoned all sorts of people trying to be flown out of Afghanistan. Will his expressed concern for “communities of color and individuals with low incomes” who he has concluded need to kill their babies be as effective as he was at protecting what he had lost interest in way over there?
Biden was upset that the U.S. Supreme Court allowed Texas’ “heartbeat” law to protect preborn babies to take effect, at least as of the beginning of September, rather than grant an emergency appeal by abortion proponents to block its enforcement.
Perhaps Biden can have a phone talk with Chief Justice John Roberts, just as he did on July 23 with then-President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan as Biden told Ghani to lie, and Biden can tell Roberts to lie about how things are going, too.
Biden could start off: “Uh, Mr. Chef Jesuit Robot, Roberts, I mean, uh uh, certainly don’t mean you’re a robot or a drone — drone? drone? oops — or get your mind all packed up with religion — oops, my bad word choices all over the place — but couldn’t, uh, you judges say that Tampa law is wrong, come on strong and just knock it out of the bark, er, park, and you never meant for folks to get the idea it could be enforced?”
To take a more serious look at the White House statement, we notice that twice in its three paragraphs it describes Roe as having “established” the “constitutional right” nearly 50 years ago. That was foot-stomping, not elucidation.
That was back in 1973. Would you want a surgeon to operate on you today using only the medical knowledge and technology of almost a half-century ago? Not only that, but the High Court is not authorized to invent or create new constitutional rights from nowhere.
As of the beginning of 1973, not a single U.S. state had an abortion law as permissive as the one the Court suddenly announced and imposed back then on January 22. Somehow, every legislator and judge from coast to coast and north to south had failed to uncover what the Court ludicrously proclaimed to be basic constitutional law.
This was law by magician, pulling rabbits from a hat so babies prematurely could be expelled from the womb. That’s why warriors for permissive abortion don’t want to defend it based on facts, but only say it’s established precedent. However, Roe wasn’t built on precedent, only ungrounded judicial will to impose what the Court’s majority presumed to be the needs of the nation.
Seven old men in the majority publicly stomped their feet after they dickered in chambers about how broadly they would expand their imposition. And now an old man like Biden again stomps his foot on babies after having stomped it on the victims of Afghanistan.
Roe often is described as having been a women’s-rights decision. However, the Roe Court did not see it that way. The justices saw it as a doctors’-rights decision.
Aside from their numerous other errors, the justices simply assumed that doctors who do abortions are men of honor who could be trusted. However, doctors who came to do lots of abortions also came to have judgment that was as impaired morally as medically. And bank accounts that filled as wombs were emptied.
A person isn’t liberated to do freely what only the day before was a crime without realizing that he’s being told he can get away with things. The justices may have fancied abortions in spanking clean hospitals. But when they had allowed abortion to be performed with less oversight than veterinarians, the abortion opportunists saw a door wide open, and walked right through.
Later, when Ohioans tried to offer the Court an opportunity to correct itself by merely requiring abortions after the first trimester to be in hospitals, the Court said certainly not; this would restrict abortion! (City of Akron vs. Akron Center for Reproductive Health.) Proud men could not admit they’d made a serious mistake. Say, does Afghanistan come to mind?
The Court’s 1973 sermonizing about allowing the medical practitioner to exercise his professional judgment turned out to be a sham.
Imagine if the same latitude were allowed to police officers. Their shootings wouldn’t be subject to review because they were trained professionals exercising their best judgment in difficult situations. Their constitutional right is to protect the citizenry, and if officers know they never can be challenged, they may feel freer with the trigger.

A Clown Show

Biden often keeps his distance from Kamala Harris, and vice-versa, but Kamala issued her own statement on September 1 to decry Texas’ heartbeat law. She was merely as callous as she had been in office in California to promote abortion back then.
Biden and Harris may be a discordant clown show, but they putt-putt around in the same clown car on abortion. She concluded her two-paragraph statement on September 1 with this euphemizing: “The Biden-Harris administration will always fight to protect access to health care and defend a woman’s right to make decisions about her body and determine her future.”
The baby never is more than an impalpable ghost to Kamala, and with a few sharp slices with the knife, the baby becomes a ghost for sure. So, too, to her pals in dominant media. Amid all their wails against the heartbeat law, the baby counts for nothing. Doesn’t even seem to exist before the abortion, much less after it.
Sort of like the disappearance, come to think of it, of what must be a major reason for the latest bouts of COVID.
Everyone knows that Joe the Joke decreed the Southwest border must be thrown open, so a tsunami of illegal immigration began to rise up. Then Jokester said the lawbreakers must be transported where they please around the U.S. And it turned out that many of them have COVID. We are locked up and locked down if we have it. But they get all the plane and bus tickets they want.
Voila, COVID is spread more around the U.S. The media fellas know this as well as anyone. But as they weep and wail over the anti-vaxxers and the ignorant Trumpsters, you won’t see virus-carrying aliens fingered on the front page — or back page — as important culprits.

Biden’s Watch

Or here’s another piece of ghostly news.
When the coffins of the 13 American military killed in Kabul were flown to Dover, Del., Biden was there to give them a formulaic greeting. However, according to bereaved family members, he wanted to talk more about his own deceased son, Beau, than their loved ones. And Biden looked at his wristwatch when every coffin went by.
Last year he’d looked at his watch during a presidential debate with Donald Trump. Did Biden fear his meds were wearing off? Regardless, most media made no issue of that. But oh how they’d howled in derision when President George H.W. Bush did a little time check during a 1992 campaign debate with Bill Clinton.
Why, for heaven’s sake, did Biden keep this up as the coffins went by? Did he think he had something more important to do than show contrition for these victims of his arrogance and stupidity? Did he fear his White House handlers wouldn’t guide him properly for his schedule?
Would he miss his third nap of the day? This, after all, is the man who fell asleep in his White House chair as the prime minister of Israel spoke to him on August 27, amid the continuing Afghanistan uproar.
Did Joe the Joke at the Dover airport think he could wave the same magic wand that allowed him to command the entire automobile industry about how many electric vehicles it must sell, except this time he’d know the precise moment to wave it and bring about the resurrection of these dead? How everyone will be awed at Joe’s power.
But the time of the resurrection is when the world comes to an end. And darn it if Joe wasn’t doing his silly best to bring us exactly to that hour.

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