Biden Lashes Out At Supreme Court Justices Over Abortion

While President Joe Biden had many memorable moments during his State of the Union address Thursday night, one was when he openly threatened the Supreme Court over their decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

“With all due respect, justices, women are not without electrical power! Excuse me, electoral or political power. You’re about to realize just how much you’re—” he said, as the Democrats in the room erupted in applause and a standing ovation, cutting the rest of his words off.

Sounding more like a campaign speech, Biden tried to rally the crowd, hoping to boost his reelection chances. The Biden administration has geared all of its energy into appealing to the pro-choice voters since that’s all he has with the border being in chaos and inflation crippling Americans.

“If you, the American people, send me a Congress that supports the right to choose, I promise you I will restore Roe v. Wade as the law of the land again,” Biden said.

To push his agenda, First Lady Jill Biden invited Kate Cox, the Texas woman who made headlines when she was denied an abortion due to her unborn child having a condition that could be fatal, prompting her and her husband to venture out of state for the procedure.

LaTorya Beasley was also invited by the first lady. Her in vitro fertilization treatment was put on hold after Alabama’s supreme court ruled that frozen embryos are “extrauterine children.”

While Biden addressed the Supreme Court, he did not address the violence that conservative justices have faced after their 2022 Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization ruling. If anything, Biden’s speech could permit radicals to further attack justices.

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh had an assassination attempt on his life at his Maryland home. Extremists also targeted Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s home, even going as far as intimidating her children at their schools.

With the way Biden kept referring to “reproductive freedom,” the truth is that this is not an issue most Americans are concerned about. According to Americans, abortion rights are not even in the top three concerns. For most Americans, immigration is the most important issue facing voters in 2024.