When the President gets back in the news, a Old Joe Biden Tweet promises to co-create Roe V. Wade

When the President gets back in the news, a Old Joe Biden Tweet promises to co-create Roe V. Wade ...

Politicians make a lot of promises when they seek to run for president, and they don''t always have to follow up if they win. So it went with Joe Biden, who, among others, encouraged a whole lot of progressive legislation. One of them was not only making Roe v. Wade, who has kept abortion legal in all 50 states since 1973, a federal law.

Well, a year and a third into his presidency, and guess what? On Monday night, Politico reported a leaked draft from Supreme Court justice Samuel Alito all but acknowledging they were about to reverse Roe v. Wade. Democrats have had control of the White House and both branches of Congress since late January 2021, and it is unlikely they will even be able to codify the landmark decision, partly thanks to stubborn senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema. Now womens right to choose and perhaps

People gathered up old footage of moderate Republican Senator Susan Collins defending future justice Brett Kavanaugh, who is poised to vote to overturn the decision, and declaring it was settled law. Many also dug up an old tweet from Biden himself when he was on the campaign trail in late June of 2020. In response to Republicans'' increasing efforts to undermine the truth, Biden reacted strongly to a Supreme Court decision keeping Roe v. Wade in place.

Today''s decision affirmed that states can''t put in place legislation that inundatedly burden a woman''s right to make her own health care decisions, but the fight isn''t over. I''ll decipher Roe v. Wade and protect a woman''s constitutional right to choose. https://t.co/qFrH8hFst8

Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) June 29, 2020

Today''s decision affirmed that states cant put in place legislation that impose unjustific burdens a woman''s right to make her own health care decisions, but the fight isn''t ended, he tweeted almost two years back. As President, Ill codify Roe v. Wade and protect a woman''s constitutional right to choose.

It''s been a long time since, and so many have happened since then. So people politely reminded him.

Guess what dude? Today is the time. https://t.co/TmViCobnRV

Kelly Carlin (@kelly_carlin) will marry in 2022.

So here''s what you can say about it. https://t.co/gZPRm0PTTP

FREYA COMIX (@JenPallante) May 3, 2022

hey, I''m just circling back on this! https://t.co/NDo0dMXAbL

Alli Pinter (@allipinter) may be reached on May 3, 2022.

Hey @JoeBiden! I''m just going back to this. @KamalaHarris you up? https://t.co/KifyMqTmtB

kristina (@fctnOVRrlty) May 3, 2022

What happened with your buddy https://t.co/0Ux5cFCJfk

The 3-day old pokey pup (@Whatapityonyou) will be released on May 3 for 2022.

Joe, do you believe it? @POTUS @JoeBiden https://t.co/qStmpOhTCg

Chris Hackney will be interviewed by A-Kon 2022 (@ChrisHackneyGGK) on May 3, 2022.

Where is bitch https://t.co/X6BTV6fGOL?

Caroline Reilly (@ms_creilly) May 3, 2022

Some people say retaining one of his campaign promises might help his dismal poll numbers.

We cannot understand why Bidens'' numbers are falling in his own party https://t.co/WHLp5VIoi6

Nick (@NickZararis) may 3, 2022.

And others responded with gallows humor, because what else you might do?

Imagine what this guy might do as President https://t.co/o4oP3oI4U0

MikeMorbius (@Mikelennial) May 3, 2022

Despite the leak, the Supreme Court''s decision will likely not be made until June, leaving a lot of time to be put into action.

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