Biden’s Comments on Abortion Either Make Him a Liar or a Coward

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In preparation for Pope Francis’s historic visit to the United States, Vice President Biden sat down for an interview with Father Matt Malone, S.J., editor in chief of America Magazine. The Pope must be coming to town because Biden suddenly is trying to come off as if he is pro-life.

Biden stated that he believes life begins at conception. He went further to say that abortion is ALWAYS wrong.

“Abortion is always wrong. All the principles of my faith, [which] I make no excuse for attempting to live up to — I don’t all the time. But I’m not prepared to impose doctrine that I’m prepared to accept on the rest of [the country].”

Biden then continued by saying he can’t hold other people to the same standards that he holds. Biden’s comment proves to be hypocritical as he has no problem holding others to his standards and using his religion when it helps him politically.

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Apparently Biden believes abortion is murder but he is willing to look the other way, even being a vocal advocate of the practice, in order to avoid someone’s feelings getting hurt or applying his standards to someone else.

Using Biden’s logic, he would agree with the Army’s decision to discharge Green Beret Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland for throwing an accused Afghan child rapist to the ground. There are allegations that the Department of Defense has a policy asking our troops to turn a blind eye to rampant raping of young boys by Afghan men in power. If Biden doesn’t believe in applying his standards to others, would he turn a blind eye to Afghan children being raped?

Or maybe he doesn’t believe abortion is always wrong and is just trying to appease people on both sides of a divisive topic. Biden’s attempt to paint himself as pro-life means one thing, he’s trying to capitalize with Catholics while the Pope is in town.

Biden’s hypocritical words paint him as either a liar or a coward. Which do you think it is? Please comment below.

H/T: National Review

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