Roe says what all basic mainstream religions have historically concluded—that the right—that the existence of a human life and being is a question. Is it at the moment of conception? Is it six months? Is it six weeks?”

That’s what President Biden said following word that a draft of the Roe v. Wade decision had been leaked to the press.

Bill Donohue released the following statement to the media: “What ‘basic mainstream religions’ have to say about when life begins is interesting, but it should not be controlling. What matters is what science says. We have known for a long time that life begins at conception.”

Donohue said that people can debate all they want about when “personhood” begins, but they must be careful lest they slide down the eugenics slope.

The ultimate issue, he said, is this: “If what develops at fertilization proceeds undisturbed, the result many months later will be a baby boy or girl. Just as important, all of the characteristics that constitute the uniqueness of this new life were there from the time of conception. This is Biology 101.”

We are proud to note that the Catholic Church does not follow the science—it has been well out in front of it. There is no more “question” about when life begins: the answer is there for anyone not living in a state of delusion.

Biden’s biology is flawed. He needs to get up to speed.

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