Biden Attacks Trump Supporters

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Biden is gaslighting America.

On Wednesday President Biden reacted to the leaked draft opinion which showed the Supreme Court’s intention to overturn the landmark case Roe v. Wade. Biden noted that this is “about a lot more than abortion.” He further warned that the “MAGA crowd” is “the most extreme political organization that’s existed in recent American history.”

“This is about a lot more than abortion,” Biden said. Roe, as he pointed out, also relates to the right to privacy. In his remarks, he also spoke about the Supreme Court confirmation process for former President Reagan’s nominee Robert Bork.

“This reminds me of the debate with Robert Bork. Bork believed the only reason you had any inherent rights was because the government gave them to you,” Biden recalled. “When I was questioning him as the chairman, I said, ‘I believe I have the rights that I have not just because the government gave them to me, which you believe, but because I’m just a child of God—I exist.’”

“So, the idea that somehow there is an inherent right, that there is no right of privacy, that there is no right,” Biden further noted. “There’d been a law saying a married couple could not purchase birth control in the privacy of their own bedroom and use it. Well, that got struck down.”

“Now, what happens if you have states changing the law, saying that that that children who are LGBT, who can’t be in classrooms with other children, is that is that legit under the way that the decision is written?” Biden continued.

“What are the next things that are going to be attacked?” He asked. “Because this MAGA crowd is really the most extreme political organization that’s existed in American history—-in recent American history.”

“Look, the idea, it concerns me, that we’re gonna, after 50 years, decide a woman does not have the right to choose, number one,” Biden said in a previous statement on Tuesday. “But, equally as profound is the rationale, and it remained the every other decision in the notion of privacy is brought into question.”