Joe Biden has already become the most pro-abortion president since Roe v. Wade. The Biden White House house has in effect become a Planned Parenthood surrogate home; and his support for the murderous organisation is unwavering.
He’s forced Americans to fund the Planned Parenthood abortion business, made them fund the UNFPA and its population control agenda, he’s actively pushing to overturn the Hyde Amendment and make Americans fund hundreds of thousands of abortions and he’s pushing a bill in Congress to overturn every pro-life law in America. No president has done so much so quickly to push abortion on demand on America.
The Planned Parenthood abortion chain spent a record-breaking $45 million to support Joe Biden for president, and now it is shaping his administration.
It’s no surprise to learn that Biden’s White House staff is flooded with abortion activists who previously worked at Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion business in the country. Here’s more:
Biden, a baptized Catholic, has appointed several individuals to key roles within his administration over the past year who used to work for the nation’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood.
These appointments are in keeping with Biden’s support of Planned Parenthood on the campaign trail as well as his support of abortion since taking office, including his push to codify Roe v. Wade and his administration’s lifting of in person dispensing requirements for abortion pills which will increase at home abortions.
On Dec. 15, The Biden administration announced that Nathalie Rayes was a nominee for Member of the United States Institute of Peace Board of Directors. The White House said Rayes “currently serves on the Board of Directors of Hispanic Federation and Planned Parenthood Action Fund, and she is the chair of the Binational Advisory Group for the Hispanas Organized for Political Equality (HOPE). She served six years as President Barack Obama’s appointee to the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, chairing the Audit Committee.”
In June, Jennie Rosenthal was appointed to the President’s Commission on White House Fellows which “is composed of outstanding citizens who reflect the diversity and strength of America while representing a broad range of backgrounds, experiences, and professions” with commissioners “responsible for recommending a group of candidates to the President for selection as White House Fellows, a prestigious program for leadership and public service that provides young Americans experience working at the highest levels of the federal government.”
According to the White House, Rosenthal is “a current Board Member and immediate past Chair of the National Board of The Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Vice President of the Board of The Ohio Innocence Project, Board Member of The Democracy Alliance, Member of the Ohio Progressive Collaborative, Emeritus Trustee of the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, and Co-Director of the Rosenthal Family Foundation.”
One political appointee to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Mini Timmaraju, who served as senior advisor to the director from January to November where “she advised the OPM Director and agency leadership on diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility policy, strategy, and best practices,” previously “worked at Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast and Planned Parenthood of Houston and Southeast Texas Action Fund and played a key role at the Planned Parenthood Federation of America as Director of the Office of the President.”
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