Andy Puzder: Biden ignores science on abortion – he follows politics on question of when life begins
The Supreme Court today declined on procedural grounds to enjoin a Texas regulation prohibiting abortions after the sixth week of being pregnant. The courtroom docket talked about unequivocally that its willpower was “not based on any conclusion about the constitutionality of Texas’s law.”
Nonetheless, President Biden instantly decried the choice as “an unprecedented assault on a woman’s constitutional rights under Roe v. Wade.” Well, it was undoubtedly higher than speaking about Afghanistan, the roles numbers, inflation or the border.
Biden subsequently tried to assuage the choice aspect of this contentious concern, stating that whereas he revered the views of of us “who believe life begins at the moment of conception and all,” he merely didn’t “agree” with them.
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Much was made on social media about that assertion being inconsistent with Biden’s prior statements on the problem – and his Catholic religion. But maybe additional regarding was his willingness to disregard “the science” regardless of his oft repeated dedication to “follow the science.”
The science on when human life begins will not be in excessive dispute. For event, the American College of Pediatricians’ (ACP) internet web page states that “[t]he predominance of human biological research confirms that human life begins at conception—fertilization. At fertilization, the human being emerges as a whole, genetically distinct, individuated zygotic living human organism, a member of the species Homo sapiens, needing only the proper environment in order to grow and develop. The difference between the individual in its adult stage and in its zygotic stage is one of form, not nature.”
Andy Puzder is co-author of the prolife authorized tips upheld in Webster vs. Reproductive Health Services.
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