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Once again, a word to pro-life evangelicals who voted for Biden | Voice

Once again, a word to pro-life evangelicals who voted for Biden | Voice

By Michael Brown

That would be like me, as a Trump voter, expressing shock and disappointment when Trump sent out nasty tweets as president. Why on earth should I have been shocked or disappointed? That was his expected behavior.

In the same way, Pres. Biden’s staunch opposition to the pro-life movement should have surprised no one. It is exactly what he said he would do, and it is in harmony with the Democratic platform.

Now, he has taken things one step further, pledging to oppose Texas’ landmark, pro-life bill with all the might of the US government. As the President tweeted on Thursday, “The Supreme Court’s overnight ruling is an unprecedented assault on constitutional rights and requires an immediate response. We will launch a whole-of-government effort to respond, looking at what steps we can take to ensure that Texans have access to safe and legal abortions.”

This is the man you voted for. This is the man you helped put in office. This is the man you backed as pro-life Christians. And now he is pledging to fight for abortions with “a whole-of-government effort.” How do you feel about that?

The time for surprise and shock is long since past (and was never, for a split second, justified in the least). Instead, it is time for serious reflection and introspection.

Could it be that your loathing of Trump so colored your thinking that it distorted your view of reality? That, by rejecting the over-exaltation of Trump (which I also opposed) that, in turn, you created a new Joe Biden, a man after your own views and…

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