Former vice president Joe Biden unveiled on Monday the health care plan he would implement if elected president, an expansion of Obamacare that would enshrine abortion on demand, and at taxpayer expense, into federal law.
According to the summary released on Biden’s campaign site, the Democrat frontrunner’s plan would “build on the Affordable Care Act,” better known as Obamacare, by expanding coverage mandates, increasing the associated tax credits, and adding a government-run “public option” for health insurance, among a host of other changes and regulations.
Further, Biden would “codify” Roe v. Wade in federal law; repeal the Hyde Amendment that bars direct public funding of most abortions; force states to accept Medicare funding for Planned Parenthood, reverse the Mexico City Policy, which bars federal funds from supporting abortion overseas; and direct the Justice Department to “do everything in its power” to block state pro-life laws, including parental notification requirements, ultrasound laws, and waiting periods…
As a senator, he generally voted in lockstep with Planned Parenthood and NARAL. As Obama’s running mate, he spent eight years in what was arguably the most pro-abortion administration in American history, during which he told a Chinese audience he was “not second-guessing” their government’s practice of forcing families into abortion and sterilization.