The Biden administration is committed to doing all it can to keep the abortion mills churning.
That now includes possibly setting up abortion services on federal lands, even as a federal law prohibits direct government support for abortion.
Appearing recently on NBC News, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Bacerra said the administration would abide by the Supreme Court’s decision last month that overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that allowed nationwide abortions.
But when asked if the Biden administration would expand, and not just simply continue, abortion in states where it may be restricted or banned, Bacerra said HHS was “continuing to explore everything that’s out there.”
“We will continue to find every avenue possible to make sure women have access to the care that they need, including abortion care,” Bacerra told anchor Chuck Todd on Sunday.
“I think we’re continuing to explore everything that’s out there,” Bacerra replied when Todd asked about temporary facilities located on federal lands – an idea championed by radical leftists like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
“Simply because it’s an idea doesn’t mean it can go out into practice,” Bacerra admitted.
But, he added, “You have people who are right now in need of abortion care services. So, we’re gonna do what we can to give people something as quickly as we can, even if it may not be everything that they like.”
“We want to make sure we are providing everything we can.”
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Todd suggested during the broadcast that such facilities on federal lands might be an issue for federal courts to decide. Assuredly it would set up a legal battle between the federal government and red states, as has occurred over COVID-19 mandates and immigration.
President Joe Biden’s advisers immediately ruled out the idea of clinics on federal property after the court’s ruling. But it’s quite possible they will reverse course, since Biden himself, as a candidate, abandoned his longstanding opposition to federally funded abortions.