Biden’s Suppression of Women’s Rights
The first female vice president supports the Demo-driven decline of women’s rights.
As a 17-year-old gearing up for my senior year of high school, irrevocably altered amidst the ChiCom Virus pandemic, the election of Joe Biden and the first female vice president, Kamala Harris, has me taking a second look at my rights — and those of all Americans.
Biden recently asserted, “Women, and particularly women of color, have never had a fair shot to get ahead in this country.” He used that sweeping statement as justification for executive orders that seriously threaten women’s rights.
So, is his idea of giving women “a fair shot to get ahead” using American taxpayer dollars to kill them before birth? He’s done that in the name of “Affordable Health Care.”
The Biden/Harris regime’s official website claims it’s going to “build our country back better after this economic crisis and that includes ensuring we get closer to full inclusion of and equality for women.” Interestingly enough, the memorandum on “Protecting Women’s Health at Home and Abroad” that Biden signed has lifted restrictions on our funding of global organizations that perform abortions. This means that around the globe, centers will have Biden-backed American taxpayer funding to end preborn women’s lives before they could fight for their rights themselves.
Or is Biden’s “fair shot to get ahead” his executive order decreeing that men can compete in women’s sports?
As a sports competitor, I am directly impacted by Biden’s insistence that “transgender women” can compete fairly against actual biological women in sports. How will we have “equality and inclusion” if we are unequally competing against men? Studies from the British Journal of Sports Medicine show that “transwomen still had a 9% faster mean run speed after the 1-year period of testosterone suppression that is recommended by World Athletics for inclusion in women’s events.” These biological males have a severely unfair, genetically unmatched advantage.
A first look at the decisions Biden is making for our country demonstrate they do not just affect adults. This administration’s support for ending female lives through abortion and suppressing female opportunity in sports are just two examples of the way Biden’s administration directly affects my generation and those to come.
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