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OPINION

Biden Is No 'Child of God'

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Biden recently defended his support of infanticide by claiming to be a “child of God.” Strange assertions are not unexpected from Biden. His forty year political career has been characterized by gaffes, and his recent, precipitous mental decline has reduced him to a babbling chatterbox. But he did manage some rhetorical clarity recently, however disassociated from logic. “I believe I have the rights that I have not because government gave it to me, which you believe, but because I’m just a child of God; I exist,” Biden said during a press conference last Wednesday.

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Biden has famously defended his support of infanticide by claiming a position of neutrality. In September 2021 he said “I respect people who think that—who don’t support Roe v. Wade; I respect their views…I respect them—they—those who believe life begins at the moment of conception and all. I respect that. Don’t agree, but I respect that. I’m not going to impose that on people.” 

The decision in Roe v. Wade has been widely discredited, a fantasy of judicial fiat that created a right out of jurisprudential thin air. In essence, the 1973 decision was fabricated on the 14th Amendment, a body of law stitched together like Frankenstein’s monster, conjuring a right where none is codified or supported by stare decisis. The leaked Supreme Court brief states this in detail and with unassailable logic. Roe v. Wade is the hill that liberals are willing to die on and is a convenient distraction from the imploding Biden administration.

Radicals are doxing Supreme Court justices and conducting intimidation campaigns in violation of 18 U.S. Code Section 1507. The violation of Section 1507 is a felony, an infraction more serious by magnitudes than the “federal trespassing” charges levied against January 6th protestors. Democrats are currently in full support of an actual insurrection targeting the highest court in the land.

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Where are the Department of Justice investigative resources in light of the clear and felonious actions of Supreme Court rioters? Of course, this is a rhetorical question. The deck is stacked in favor of liberal/far-left agendas. Conservative protests are labeled insurrection and suppressed with the full weight of DOJ and FBI resources, while liberal rioting and felonious activities are barely regarded by Biden’s corrupt DOJ and pale Attorney General Merrick Garland.

Despite Biden’s best efforts to appear to straddle the fence on Roe v. Wade, he’s placed himself in full support of infanticide. He pays lip service to respecting the views of the pro-life movement, disagreeing with the view that life begins at the moment of conception—a view held by the Catholic Church for a mere two millennia. Biden courts his left wing base and party by muddying the discourse about viability. Typically, the point at which a fetus is capable of surviving outside of the womb is, based on the medical consensus, at twenty weeks. However, the populist viability argument contains a critical logical flaw. 

Viability is a spurious supposition and the argument is invalid on its face unless you assume liberal presuppositions. The liberal argument limits the discussion of viability to the unborn child. However, viability conditions extend beyond birth. Within the womb, the unborn child is fed and sustained via the umbilical cord. He or she is protected from the outside world by the mother’s body. Once the umbilical cord is severed, the child is still dependent on its mother for sustenance, protection, and affection—still unviable. The ancient Romans held a similar view, and left their unwanted children on a hillside to slowly die of exposure. The recent rantings of deranged liberals makes Roman “abortion” seem civilized by comparison. 

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The viability argument disintegrates when the conceptual aperture is fully expanded—Is an infant capable of surviving outside of the womb? Is it capable of feeding itself, avoiding danger, or of effecting self-defense? The answer to the foregoing is obvious. Viability is not and cannot be a metric determinant of life and death. The only logical conclusion to be drawn, reasoning inductively, is to assume that life must begin at conception. It is common in every other life and death determination to err on the side of caution. Only in the case of infanticide is caution discarded in favor of political whim.

When it comes to infanticide, there’s no middle ground. It’s one of life’s especially binary decisions. Biden, being a notoriously clumsy politician, reveals himself in his own comments. Speaking of the pro-life position quoted above, Biden quipped, “I’m not going to impose that on people.” However, he’s perfectly fine with imposing the infanticide cult on the tens of millions of Americans who do not agree with unhinged abortion fanatics who conduct obscene demonstrations outside churches—this is the Biden constituency and has been the Democrat party constituency for decades. Since 1973 they’ve been the party of true “baby killers,” an epithet they so willingly hurled at Vietnam Veterans while they gleefully granted their full political support to mills designed to poison and vivisect unborn children.

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In light of all this, claiming to support the surgical destruction of unborn children by cloaking oneself in the robes of sanctimony seems blasphemous in the extreme. However, Biden is confident and comfortable in his religiosity. He assumes a papal tone when he delivers his bull and absolves all the devils of their sins in the name of comity. Jesus had something to say about leaders who claimed the patina of righteousness, but were in reality corrupt to the core. “Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For ye compass sea and land to make one proselyte, and when he is made, ye make him twofold more the child of hell then yourselves” (Matthew 23:15).

If Biden is going to claim to be a “child of God.” Then he’s committed to abiding by God’s law. The math here is pretty simple—that’s why Biden gets it so wrong. God forbids murder. He says so explicitly in the Ten Commandments. Therefore, you cannot actively support infanticide and claim to be a part of the family of God. What’s worse is Biden’s use of God’s name to proselytize for the abortion industry. Behind the rather obvious subterfuge, Biden is an infernal archbishop making his converts twofold the children of hell.

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