WH Says Biden Is ‘Committed To Codifying’ Roe v. Wade Regardless Of Mississippi Case

According to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, President Joe Biden is “committed to codifying” the Roe v. Wade 1973 ruling that legalized abortion, regardless of how the Supreme Court decides the case of a law in the state of Mississippi.

The Supreme Court has agreed to take a look at a 2018 Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks with a few limited exceptions.

“Over the last four years critical rights like the right to health care, the right to choose, have been under withering and extreme attack, including through draconian state laws,” Psaki said during a news conference.

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“The president and the vice president are devoted to ensuring that every American has access to health care including reproductive health care regardless of their income, race, health insurance status, or immigration status,” she continued.

“As such, the president is committed to codifying Roe … unrelated … to the outcome of this case,” Psaki added.

via Newsmax:

The Mississippi case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, asks whether all pre-viability restrictions on abortion are unconstitutional.

Though the dispute is not a direct challenge to a woman’s constitutional right to an abortion, in considering weakening protections for women who seek pre-viability abortions, the justices could remove some underpinnings of a woman’s right to choose and lay the groundwork for more restrictions on abortion.

The Mississippi case will likely be argued in the fall, with a decision likely in the spring of 2022.

Democrats will do anything in their power to preserve the right to murder pre-born children. Isn’t that sick and twisted?

These little babies are the most vulnerable citizens we have. If we cannot protect their basic, God-given right to live, how can we possibly preserve our liberty?

After all, liberty is for a moral people. There’s nothing moral about child murder.


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