Biden issues EXACT marching orders for November, warning GOP will ban abortions nationwide

President Joe Biden fear-mongered to his pro-baby killing cronies and implored them to vote more Democrats into Congress during the midterm election or else risk the one thing the left fears the most: that Republicans will “ban abortions nationwide.”

“Ultimately, Congress is going to have to act to codify Roe into federal law. And as I said yesterday, the filibuster should not stand in the way of us being able to do that,” Biden told Democratic governors in a virtual meeting on Friday afternoon.

“But right now, we don’t have the votes in the Senate to change the filibuster on – on – at the moment,” the President stumbled. “That means we need two more votes now – not now – when we vote, probably after November – more senators and House majority – and the House majority elected in November to get this bill to my desk.”

(Video Credit: The White House)

“So, the choice is clear: We either elect federal Senators and Representatives who will codify Roe, or Republicans who will elect the House and Senate will try to ban abortions nationwide. Nationwide,” he said with emphasis. “This is going to go one way or the other after November.”

The meeting was held to discuss the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization that ended the nearly 50-year rein of abortion being defined as a right granted in the Constitution of the United States and instead delivered the issue back to the people and their elected state representatives to decide.

Biden’s comments also followed another failed attempt by the left to codify abortion access through the Women’s Health Protection Act this past May. According to Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), had the legislation passed, it would have been an expansion of Roe v. Wade as it would have prohibited bans on abortions up to 24 weeks.

During the online meeting, Biden laid out the marching orders for his pro-abortion troops and pushed the group of governors to help get out the vote in defense of abortion access across all 50 states.

“It’s going to be a big deal that we get people out to vote, because here’s what’s going to happen, I predict: If we don’t – if we don’t take this – keep the Senate, increase it in the House, we’re going to be in a situation where the Republicans are going to pass a nationwide prohibition consistent with what the Supreme Court ruled,” Biden said in response to New York’s liberal Governor Kathy Hochul.

“And so, there’s a lot at stake here,” he added. “But I’m sure glad you’re leading New York. For real.”

Earlier this week Biden called for an exception to the Senate filibuster rules to allow for a vote on abortion “rights” to take place even without the interference of pro-life conservatives.

“And if the filibuster gets in the way, we provide an exception for this — require an exception to the filibuster for this action to deal with the Supreme Court decision,” Biden said.

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