March is now officially known as Women’s History Month.
And Joe Biden was quick to issue a proclamation he hoped would prove his fealty to women’s rights.
But Joe Biden’s proclamation about women is so confusing even his own administration can’t explain it.
Joe Biden is confused.
There really isn’t any other way to say it.
Abortion rights for all Americans regardless of their gender . . . or something like that
And his confusion was brought to the forefront once again during the release of his Women’s History Month proclamation.
First of all, Biden made the shocking claim women need abortion to be successful.
“[D]espite significant progress, women and girls continue to face systemic barriers to full and equal participation in our economy and society,” Biden’s proclamation reads.
“Last year, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, stripping away a constitutional right from the American people and the ability of millions of women to make decisions about their own bodies, putting their health and lives at risk.”
This proclamation reads more like a pro-abortion op-ed than a proclamation about women’s history.
In fact, Biden mentioned abortion and “reproductive rights” five times in his announcement and only cited women’s suffrage once.
And it was during his mentions of abortion rights where Biden really confused people.
Because it seems Joe Biden is confused about just who can have an abortion.
Biden’s proclamation says the Biden administration will “defend reproductive freedom” for all Americans “regardless of their gender” or “gender identity.”
Unable to come up with a definition
Of course, people who follow science and biology know only one gender can get pregnant.
But this is not the first time the Biden administration has misunderstood the definition of womanhood.
The White House’s 2022 fiscal year budget replaced the word “mothers” with “birthing people.”
And the Democrats’ May 2022 abortion bill used the word “person” to refer to those who bear and give birth to children instead of the words “woman,” “women,” or “female.”
When asked, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra appeared to become flustered in trying to define the term “birthing people.”
Becerra said, “I’ll check on the language there but I think if we’re talking about those who give birth, I think we’re talking about—I don’t know how else to explain it.”
Not surprisingly, Biden’s Women’s History Month proclamation highlights his administration’s work to promote abortion around the nation.
He specifically mentioned his executive orders to “safeguard access to reproductive care, including medication abortion,” ensure women can receive “emergency medical care,” and protect patients’ access to information about their “reproductive rights.”
Abortion in every state
Biden also pointed out he has called on Congress to pass a law securing “the right to choose” in every state, undoing the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which returned the power to legislate abortion to the states by overruling Roe v. Wade.
He also bragged about his “Gender Policy Council” and the grossly misnamed Respect for Marriage Act.
“Women continue to lead as advocates for reproductive rights, champions of racial justice, and LGBTQI+ equality,” the President’s proclamation reads.
Biden has clearly chosen to weave together women’s history with the history of abortion as well as the progress of women’s rights with securing a woman’s ability to kill her own child.
All the while, Joe Biden doesn’t even know what makes a woman a woman.
Instead of pretending abortion is the keystone to the progress of women, the President should have instead given his attention to the actual accomplishments women have made in America.
But Joe Biden has clearly proven he cares more about making sure abortion is legal than about what is actually best for women.
Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.