With the March for Life just a day away, the Biden Administration has announced that Vice President Kamala Harris will deliver a pro-abortion speech on Sunday in Florida. Harris will speak as part of the 50th anniversary of the deadly Roe v. Wade ruling, in an effort to keep its legacy of killing babies alive. Thankfully, the ruling has been struck down, but the Biden Administration is doing it best to continue to attack the pro-life message. Harris spokesperson Kirsten Allen said the president’s administration believe “a women’s right to choose is non-negotiable.” On Sunday, “the vice president will make very clear: the fight to secure women’s fundamental right to reproductive health care is far from over,” Allen said. “She will lay out the consequences of extremist attacks on reproductive freedom in states across our country and underscore the need for Congress to codify Roe.”
Harris has made the pro-abortion stance a key message of her vice presidency and has travelled the country to discuss ways the Biden administration can expand abortions. Biden officials say the president will also make his own proclamation on the anniversary. Karine Jean-Pierre, the White House press secretary, said Wednesday that “the administration has taken actions with our limited authorities.” “Women must be empowered to make decisions about their own lives and health care, and those decisions should not be politicized or second guessed by politicians,” she added.
This week, a Marist College poll found 69 percent of Americans support limiting or banning abortions, up from 62 percent in June. Many pro-lifers will gather Friday for the March for Life in Washington D.C. to celebrate their own 50th anniversary, as the March has been held every year since the passing of Roe v. Wade.