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NY Times Writer Insists Biden’s ‘Devoutness’ to Blame for ‘Roe’ Overturn

'It was a very frustrating meeting where we were looking to the White House for guidance... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) New York Times writer Michael Shear has blamed the overturn of Roe v. Wade on the president, claiming his “devout Catholic faith” has prevented him from being more active in the killing of babies.

According to Newsbusters, Shear resents Joe Biden for his apparent “middle of the road” approach on the issue.

“This is not necessarily the guy that I am sure most activists wanted in the seat when this happened,” said Jamie L. Manson, the president of Catholics for Choice, referring to the court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

“It’s unfortunate because he has so much power and we need him to really get out of his comfort zone.”

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It is not clear if either Manson or Shear have ever read the Bible. It is also unclear if either Manson or Shear have been paying attention, as the Biden administration has been the most openly pro-abortion administration in history.

Biden even went as far to say that Roe v. Wade is compatible with religion.

Roe says what all basic mainstream religions have historically concluded, that the existence of a human life and being is a question,” Biden told reporters at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.

“Is it at the moment of conception? Is it six months? Is it six weeks? Is it quickening, like Aquinas argued?”

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Biden was also denied communion at St. Anthony Catholic Church in South Carolina in 2019.

However, people who claim to be Catholic while supporting abortion seem to think Biden’s faith is the roadblock between them and complete, unfettered access to abortion.

“It was a very frustrating meeting where we were looking to the White House for guidance,” Ms. Manson of Catholics for Choice said.

“And instead, what we got was a recap of all the conversations they had had with all of us.”

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