While I’m not saying that every sentence that begins with “as a… I” is going to be a self-contradictory stew of hypocrisy and lies, but every sentence that begins with “as a Catholic” or “as a Jew” seems destined to assert the opposing position.
President Biden on Tuesday said that he is not big on abortion as a practicing Catholic but defended the reproductive rights that were previously granted under Roe v. Wade.
“I’m a practicing Catholic. I’m not big on abortion, but guess what? Roe vs. Wade got it right,” Biden said at a fundraiser with about 100 donors in Chevy Chase, Md.
Biden isn’t big on abortion? Really?
Stymied by Congress, Biden Seeks to Rally Voters on Abortion – New York Times
“Make no mistake, this election is about freedom on the ballot,” Biden said Friday at a Democratic National Committee event, where he collected the endorsements of several abortion rights groups.
Sounds like a man who is not big on abortion, but is big on suing nuns over birth control.
Hours after the Little Sisters of the Poor won—again—at the Supreme Court on Wednesday, Joe Biden pledged to fight like hell to roll back conscience protections for Catholic nuns and other religious employers who object to providing contraceptives.
The first version of Obama Care’s contraceptive mandate offered a narrow exclusion only for churches. But Vice President Biden “argued internally for a stronger exemption than what was in the initial rule,” according to “Reclaiming Hope,” a memoir by Michael Wear, who worked on faith issues in the White House.
As a Catholic, Joe Biden is leading the war on Catholicism.