Jill Biden just sabotaged Joe Biden’s speech in stunning fashion

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The first lady has always been by her husband’s side. But that may be coming to an end.

Because Jill Biden has just sabotaged Joe Biden’s speech in stunning fashion.

President Biden is slated to deliver the State of the Union address in March.

Usually, the president invites several honored guests to highlight during the address.

This time, First Lady Jill Biden has announced that she is inviting Kate Cox, a woman who is well-known for leaving Texas to receive an abortion.

Last month, Cox was not permitted to have an abortion for her unborn child who was suffering from a fetal abnormality.

So instead, she left the Lone Star state to get the abortion.

“On Sunday, the President and the First Lady spoke to Kate Cox, who was forced to go to court to seek permission for the care she needed for a nonviable pregnancy that threatened her life. They thanked her for her courage in sharing her story and speaking out about the impact of the extreme abortion ban in Texas,” White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre noted.

“The first lady invited Kate to join her as a guest at the State of the Union and Kate accepted, so those are ways that you’re going to hear the president lift up those very personal stories.”

If Jill Biden believes that Cox’s story is one of courage and one that will help promote Joe Biden’s State of the Union address, then she’s flat-out wrong.

There’s nothing courageous about eliminating the life of an unborn child simply because it has a defect.

When Texas’ Supreme Court ruled against Cox’s need for an abortion, her lawyers argued that the unborn baby was suffering from a fatal condition.

The condition is known as trisomy 18, which causes the child to have an extra chromosome 18 and can potentially cause a heart defect.

Around 95% of pregnancies end in miscarriage when the baby is diagnosed with trisomy 18.

But that hasn’t stopped babies from surviving and living past their teenage years in some cases.

“No one disputes that Ms. Cox’s pregnancy has been extremely complicated. Any parents would be devastated to learn of their unborn (fatal condition) diagnosis. Some difficulties in pregnancy, however, even serious ones, do not pose the heightened risks to the mother the exception encompasses,” the Texas Supreme Court’s ruling read.

Unlike what Jean-Pierre says, the state’s abortion ban is the opposite of “extreme.”

It shouldn’t be extreme to prohibit abortions that kill unborn children.

And it shouldn’t be deemed courageous when someone elects to get one.

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