Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America via Wikimedia Commons

A group of pro-life evangelicals who decided to back Joe Biden over President Trump in November’s presidential election have now come down with an acute case of ‘buyer’s remorse.’

The group, ‘Pro-Life Evangelicals for Biden,’ released a statement over the weekend claiming that they feel ‘used and betrayed’ by Biden because the Hyde amendment, which bans the federal funding of abortion, was not included in the recent coronavirus relief bill.

As Townhall reports:

“As pro-life leaders in the evangelical community, we publicly supported President Biden’s candidacy with the understanding that there would be engagement with [sic] us on the issue of abortion and particularly the Hyde Amendment,” the group writes. “The Biden team wanted to talk to us during the campaign to gain our support, and we gave it on the condition there would be active dialogue and common ground solutions on the issue of abortion.”

They were surprised to find that “there has been no dialogue since the campaign.”

However, on the campaign trail Biden flip flopped on the Hyde Amendment a few times. For years he supported the measure, until an ACLU volunteer confronted him and asked if he’d lift the measure and he responded, “yes.” A few days later he backtracked as his campaign confirmed to NBC News that he still supported Hyde.

 

Of course, there was a reason why almost all pro-life groups in America supported President Trump and not Joe Biden during the 2020 election. A fact which it seems ‘Pro-life Evangelicals for Biden’ has discovered only too late.


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Jojodmonkey
Jojodmonkey
7 months ago

Too late! Your name is on the record and I’m Christ Jesus memory!

StaffSargent Smith
StaffSargent Smith
7 months ago
Reply to  Jojodmonkey

Groups like these fall for this crap in every election with the Dems! Stupid is as stupid does over and over again.

Dan Tyree
Dan Tyree
7 months ago

What were they smoking?

John O Hall
John O Hall
7 months ago

Serves you right.

Eugene
Eugene
7 months ago

it’s a shame that these people are so dumb

John M
John M
7 months ago
Reply to  Eugene

No wonder they want to lower the voting age to 16!

GI Bride
GI Bride
7 months ago
Reply to  John M

If they are stupid enough to allow that then we need to require military service for all 16 yr old’s both male & females no excuses. . School year round do they graduate at 16 yrs. old

Jac
Jac
7 months ago
Reply to  GI Bride

Parents need to take their children ‘s education back and discipline back! Don’t give them everything they want growing up. Learn to discipline and teach them how this country came to be and the sacrifices made for them . I know what my grandfathers, my father and now my son and millions like them have sacrificed for this great country. The Lord blessed this country and now we no longer worship the King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

Paste
Paste
7 months ago
Reply to  John M

So there will be more and more stupid voters.

AD Roberts
AD Roberts
7 months ago
Reply to  Eugene

Not dumb Just seduced by satan. These are the ones who are LA0DICEAN believers and are described in II Timothy 3:5. NO POWER. And according to John 14;12, they are NOT real believers.