The honeymoon phase is over

The honeymoon phase is over

The honeymoon phase is over

Just over a month after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, a pro-life activist says it's time to get to work.

Since the official decision was made, pro-life individuals and organizations have celebrated what it means for babies in the womb. But Carol Tobias of the National Right to Life Committee says there are still many battles to fight.

"We have a lot of battles in the states, we have battles in Congress, and we always knew that President Biden would be an obstacle," she tells AFN.

Tobias, Carol (NRLC) Tobias

On Friday the White House hosted an event for pro-abortion groups to discuss ways to ensure access to abortions and abortion services. Additionally, President Biden has already been calling on people who are upset about the Supreme Court situation to vote.

"We need two additional pro-choice senators and a pro-choice House to codify Roe as federal law," Biden said in a nationally televised address on July 8. "Your vote can make that a reality."

Tobias finds it amazing that this is one of the priorities, if not the top priority, of Biden's administration.

"When you look at the concerns that people have about inflation and immigration and all the other things that are going on in the country, this administration is focused on abortion and killing unborn children," she points out. "Our opponents are working as hard as they can, and we need to do the same."