Joe Biden’s latest attempt to hijack a pro-life law is a direct attack on pregnant women and their preborn babies

Joe Biden has made it clear that abortion is his number one issue heading into the 2024 race for the White House.

The Abortion Lobby is working overtime in an attempt to make abortion-on-demand through all nine months the law of the land.

And Joe Biden’s latest attempt to hijack a pro-life law is a direct attack on pregnant women and their preborn babies.

Prepare to be shocked and outraged as the Biden administration twists the original intent of this pro-life law. 

The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) was intended to help pregnant women, but Biden wants to twist it to push a pro-abortion agenda! 

Pro-life warriors are up in arms over the administration’s latest move, which includes abortion accommodations for employees under the guise of “fairness.”

Originally designed to protect pregnant workers, the PWFA has been hijacked by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), granting them rulemaking authority to implement radical changes. 

The new guidance, announced last week, adds abortion to the list of “related medical conditions” requiring employer accommodation, a move that directly contradicts the bipartisan spirit of the legislation.

Critics are calling foul on this blatant manipulation of the law, accusing the Biden administration of pushing their anti-life agenda at the expense of religious freedom and common sense.

Republican lawmakers like Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC) are leading the charge, condemning the EEOC’s abortion provision as “shocking and illegal.”

But Democrats are singing a different tune, applauding the regulation as a step forward for women’s rights. 

Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash) hailed the final rule as a victory for comprehensive pregnancy protections, while Rep. Colin Allred (D-NJ) celebrated the recognition of abortion as a covered medical condition.

However, the backlash doesn’t stop there. 

A coalition of Catholic bishops has joined the fray, accusing the Biden administration of twisting the original text of the PWFA to coerce employers into facilitating abortions. 

Bishop Kevin Rhoades of Fort Wayne-South Bend, Indiana, condemned the EEOC’s actions, arguing that no employer should be forced to participate in the termination of a child’s life.

The prelate’s sentiments echo those of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Committee for Religious Liberty, who argue that the PWFA was never intended to require the provision of benefits for facilitating abortions. 

They maintain that abortion is fundamentally different from pregnancy and childbirth, and therefore has no place in the legislation.

Despite receiving thousands of objections during the public comment period, the EEOC forged ahead with its controversial abortion provision, sparking outrage among pro-life organizations like Alliance Defending Freedom. 

Julie Marie Blake, senior counsel at ADF, condemned the administration’s move as a violation of both state laws protecting the unborn and employers’ pro-life and religious beliefs.

As the new guidance prepares to take effect on June 27, 2024, the battle lines are drawn. 

Pro-life advocates vow to continue fighting for the sanctity of life and religious freedom, while the Biden administration faces mounting criticism for its underhanded tactics in advancing the pro-abortion agenda.

Stay tuned as this contentious issue unfolds and join the fight to protect the rights of the unborn and defend the principles of life and liberty for all Americans.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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