BREAKING: BIDEN REVOKES TRUMP'S LIFE-SAVING MEXICO CITY POLICY, Provides NEW FUNDS For Abortions GLOBALL AND IN THE UNITED STATES


By John Paluska, Founder of The Daily Fodder

In a move that was highly expected, Biden revoked President Trump's reinstatement of the Mexico City Policy, a proposal that was put in place by Ronald Reagan before being revoked by other presidents. The move comes as the administration has vocally explained they will take a hardline pro-choice stance. Originally announced on January 21, 2020, Biden finally came around to undoing a rule that saved countless lives from the gruesome death of abortion.

Calling it "gender equality," in the Executive Order, Biden said providing abortions are a right for women's healthcare. He also said President Trump expanded the Mexico City Policy to new heights, making it the most significant usage of the policy in its history, stating "President Trump substantially expanded these restrictions by applying the policy to global health assistance provided by all executive departments and agencies (agencies)." 

However, he said this forced money to be diverted from places that also provide other types of care in addition to abortions, essentially saying abortions are necessary to be funded because of the other things these organizations are doing: "The expansion of the policy has also affected all other areas of global health assistance, limiting the United States’ ability to work with local partners around the world and inhibiting their efforts to confront serious health challenges such as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria, among others."

According to President Trump's original Executive Order, he was specifically targeting organizations that perform abortions or involuntary sterilization, stating "I further direct the Secretary of State to take all necessary actions, to the extent permitted by law, to ensure that U.S. taxpayer dollars do not fund organizations or programs that support or participate in the management of a program of coercive abortion or involuntary sterilization."

To date, it is estimated there have been more than 1.6 billion abortions globally. Abortion is also the leading cause of death globally, with an estimated 58 million abortions performed annually. Therefore, many argue abortion is the most pervasive health problem of the day. But the WHO does not count abortion as a death, despite it being the consensus of biologists that life begins at conception. 


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