October 3, 2020
The first presidential debate began with anti-Trump moderator Chris Wallace asking the president about his decision to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by pro-abortion justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
President Trump responded in a straightforward manner. “We won the election, elections have consequences, we have the Senate, we have the White House, and we have a phenomenal nominee.”
Former Vice President Joe Biden responded by expressing concern that fewer abortions would happen if Judge Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed.
“The President…is opposed to Roe v. Wade. That’s on the ballot…that’s also at stake right now,” he said.
Later on, during a discussion about Obamacare, Biden said that if Barrett was confirmed and helped strike down that law, then “women’s rights are fundamentally changed.”
Question: Why is Joe Biden so worried about there being fewer abortion in America? Why is it he so strongly supports the murder of unborn children in their mother’s wombs?
The Church’s teaching on the sanctity of life from the moment of conception until natural death is not up for debate. It is a firm and un-moveable component of the Church’s social teachings.
And yet, astroturf groups like “Catholics for Biden” and other dissident Catholics simply ignore Biden’s stance on abortion. They misleadingly claim that abortion is just one of many social injustices that need correcting.
The choice Catholics have in front of them this election season couldn’t be clearer.
On the one hand, you have the most pro-life president in American history who has just nominated judge Amy Coney Barrett – a truly devout Catholic who lives out her faith -- to the highest court in the land.
On the other hand, you have the most pro-abortion, anti-religious liberty presidential ticket created Let’s pray Catholics across America make the right choice come November 3rd.