Biden's Education Secretary: Students 'Need Access To' Abortion So They Can 'Thrive In School and Life'

Biden's Education Secretary: Students 'Need Access To' Abortion So They Can 'Thrive In School and Life'

The Biden administration, and Democrats in general, continue to embrace and promote a culture of irresponsibility and death, clinging to abortion like it’s the last political hill to die on.

During a White House event on Tuesday, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona claimed that college students must have access to abortion ‘services’ if they are to succeed in life.

Cardona made the remarks during the second meeting of the administration’s Task Force on Reproductive Health Care Access, Reuters reported, adding that the meeting focused on how some women “cannot access abortion services” and others related to reproduction (or, more accurately, a lack of reproduction).

“As I share your grave concerns about maintaining access to contraception and reproductive health services on our college campuses and ensuring there’s accurate and reliable information for students and for educators,” Cardona said while seated next to President Joe Biden. “Students need access to health care to thrive in school and in life, and that includes reproductive health care.”

“Thank you also to Vice President Harris. In August, we met with college leaders grappling with new sweeping restrictions to their states. Our work together is ongoing,” he added. “It’s clear the Dobbs ruling has sown fear and confusion on our college campuses.”

To be clear, the U.S. Supreme Court did not ban abortion; the high court merely returned the issue to states for them to decide on their own, as was the case for more than a century until a previous Supreme Court somehow discovered a ‘constitutional right’ to have the procedure in 1973, legalizing it across the land.

During the same event, Biden himself urged colleges and universities not to put in place additional restrictions on student: “My message to any other colleges considering enacting policies like this: Don’t. Please don’t.”

“Folks, what century are we in? What are we doing? I respect everyone’s view on this, personal decisions they make, but my Lord, we’re talking about contraception here,” Biden claimed. “It shouldn’t be that controversial, but this is what it looks like when you start to take away the right of privacy.”

Again, no ‘rights’ have been taken away, especially the decision between a woman and a physician when it comes to abortion — in states where the procedure is legal, that is.

Later, as Biden was being shuffled out of the room he appeared to become irritated at the very same press corps that protects him (and his hapless, gaffe-prone vice president).

“Among the only press in the world that does this,” Biden smirked as his staff talked over reporters’ questions. “Seriously.”


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