- Joe Biden is struggling to win over Christian voters because of his radical pro-abortion stance.
- The likely Democrat challenger to President Donald Trump claims to be a devout Catholic, but he supports abortion on demand and wants to force taxpayers to fund it.
- That position is abhorrent to many voters, especially evangelical Christians, but Biden is trying to win their support anyway.
Politico reports polls indicate Biden is doing better among white evangelical and other religious voters than Hillary Clinton did in 2016. Trump won 81% of the white evangelical vote that year. Biden often brings up his faith to appeal to voters, though he does not follow the teachings of the Catholic Church. On the campaign trail, he touts his Catholic faith, and his website uses religious language such as loving “your neighbor as yourself” and protecting “the least of these.” Here’s more from the report: Some of Biden’s campaign appearances and debate answers have been infused with religious undertones, and his campaign reportedly hosts a weekly call with faith leaders to crowdsource policy and personnel suggestions. At a CNN town hall in February, Biden said his faith “gives me some reason to have hope and purpose” and praised the “ultimate act of Christian charity” shown by members of Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., after they forgave a white supremacist who murdered nine members of their congregation in a 2014 mass shooting. In an op-ed last December that included references to Scripture and Pope Francis’ second encyclical “Laudato Si,” Biden described “the core concepts of decency, fair play and virtue” that he learned through his Catholic upbringing as guiding principles in his political career. SUPPORT LIFENEWS! If you like this pro-life article, please help LifeNews.com with a donation ! David Brody, chief political analyst at the Christian […]