A rally in front of the White House on Saturday pushed the US president to explore the “full extent of executive power” to protect abortion rights in the country.
“Wake up, Joe Biden!” About a thousand people gathered outside the White House on Saturday to demand more aggressive protection of the president Abortion right.
“Let him fix it!”
“My body, my will!” To shout that, this great women’s demonstration made a short journey through the streets of the American capital, turned into a drizzle, and ended in front of the iconic building in the colonnades. Where Joe Byte isn’t: He spends the weekend at a Delaware beach house several hundred miles away.
That didn’t stop Becka, 37, who only wanted to give her first name, to drive for more than two hours, chanting “Wake up, Joe Biden” while holding a sign calling for “abortion on demand”. . What does he expect from a 79-year-old Democrat? “Let him fix it!” She exclaimed, “I don’t want the world my grandmother lived in.”
“The decree he issued is not enough,” he said, referring to the text signed on Friday President of the United States, there are some measures of limited scope for access to voluntary termination of pregnancy. Behind her, demonstrators hung green scarves from the railings of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, commemorating the Argentine women’s struggle for abortion rights.
Accused of inactivity
“He should explore the full range of executive powers to make sure women keep their rights,” asks Christine, 50. “I’m here so my daughters don’t disappear 50 years back and have an abortion,” said the mother of three, shortly before demonstrators quietly left the scene, immediately following the tour. Passengers take photos of the signs left there, and the rain begins to wash away.
As the ultra-conservative Supreme Court upheld abortion rights across the US on June 24, the Democratic president He accused them of not being proactive enough. Joe Biden argues that his executive power is limited and that the best way to restore abortion rights is to. In conservative states Those who have already abolished it must pass a federal law. For that, he insists that voters give the Democrats an absolute majority in November’s legislative elections.
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