In yet another gaffe, President Joe Biden recounted Friday how a ten-year-old rape victim was forced to travel to Indiana to “terminate the presidency.”
Speaking to the nation Friday about a new executive order, Biden said that abortions are necessary especially in cases of rape.
Let me repeat that some states do not allow exceptions for rape and incest. It’s not an imagined horror. This has already happened. It was just reported last week that a 10-year-old girl in Ohio was the victim of rape. She was 10 years old and was made to fly out of Indiana to try to end her presidency. Ten year old girl, six weeks pregnant and raped. She was traumatized by the experience, so she had to go to another state. Just imagine being this little girl. Biden said, “Imagine being that little girl, 10 years old.”
Biden was referring to an report about a ten-year-old girl who had to travel to Indiana to receive an abortion after Ohio’s trigger law went into effect, The Columbus Dispatch reported.
Biden misunderstood the instructions on the teleprompter during the speech. (RELATED : Only a fraction of people list ‘Abortion’ as their biggest concern. It’s Easy to Guess the First
” One of the most remarkable parts of this decision is that the majority wrote, and I quote and this is an excerpt from the majority: “Women are not without political or electoral power. However, it is notable that the percentage registered to vote and cast their ballot is consistently higher then the percentage who did so. End of quote. Repeat the line,” Biden stated before repeating his line.
Biden signed an executive or on Friday in order to ensure women’s access to reproductive healthcare after Roe v. Wade was overturned. The order is aimed “to protect and expand access to abortion care, including medication abortion” and “protect and expand access to the full range of reproductive healthcare services, including actions to enhance family planning services such as access to emergency contraception” and “share information about how to obtain free or reduced cost reproductive healthcare services.”