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Education Secretary Miguel Cardona: Students Need Access to Abortion to Thrive in School and in Life (VIDEO)

The Biden Regime is pure evil.

Joe Biden on Tuesday attended a second meeting of the task force on ‘Reproductive Healthcare Access’ – also known as abortion.

Kamala Harris, Secretary Xavier Becerra, Secretary Cardona and others joined Joe Biden in the State Dining Room.

Harris lashed out at Republican states for tightening abortion laws after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade earlier this year.

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said college students need abortion to thrive.

“I share your grave concerns about maintaining access to contraception and reproductive health services on our college campuses,” Cardona said.

“Students need access to health care to thrive in school and in life and that includes reproductive health care,” he added.

God help us.

VIDEO:

Education Sec. Miguel Cardona: “Students need [abortion] to thrive in school and in life.” pic.twitter.com/SoiNKXmtMR

— Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) October 4, 2022

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