In an absurd statement to the press, Biden’s new White House press secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, attacked Oklahoma’s new law protecting life at fertilization, calling the Pro-Life law an “ultra MAGA” effort.
“This is part of a growing effort by ultra MAGA officials across the country to roll back (our) freedoms,” Jean-Pierre stated. “Ultra MAGA” is one of the Biden administration’s favorite new terms used to disparage conservatives and anyone who voted for Trump instead of Biden. By calling Oklahoma’s new Pro-Life law “ultra MAGA” the White House is attempting to portray the idea of defending Life from fertilization as a far right fringe idea.
Oklahoma’s new Pro-Life law defends babies’ lives starting at fertilization (historically referred to as conception). Scientific study has proven beyond any reasonable doubt that preborn children are indeed distinct human beings. Research has also shown the emergence of a distinct human presence at the moment of fertilization. Even still, the Biden administration continues to cling onto archaic ideas in attempts to deny preborn babies their Right to Life.
By relying on outdated science and blinding themselves to the obvious humanity of preborn babies, the Biden administration is able to pretend abortion is simply healthcare and call attempts to defend Life “extreme” and a “serious threat.”
In the official White House statement to the press, Jean-Pierre stated; “Today’s action by the Oklahoma legislature is the most extreme effort to undo these fundamental rights we have seen to date. In addition, it adopts Texas’ absurd plan to allow private citizens to sue their neighbors for providing reproductive health care and helping women to exercise their constitutional rights.”
Inspired by the success of the Texas Heartbeat Act, that has already saved over 26,000 lives, Oklahoma’s new Pro-Life law empowers citizens to enforce the law through civil action. Though issuing a slew of lawsuits, the abortion industry and Biden administration have failed to stop the Texas Heartbeat Act because of the law’s unique private enforcement mechanism.
Like Oklahoma, Pro-Lifers and lawmakers would do well to take inspiration from the life-saving success of the Texas Heartbeat Act. By implementing similar private enforcement mechanisms on all Pro-Life laws the abortion industry, like the Biden administration, will be limited to weakly railing against Pro-Life laws as “ultra MAGA” and “extreme.”