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Meghan McCain's Rant About 'Spiritual Harm' Caused By Biden's Pro-Choice Stance Comes Back To Bite Her

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During a recent episode of The View, Meghan McCain criticized President Joe Biden's support for the protection of reproductive rights, and accused him of "doing grave spiritual harm to himself and harm to this country."

McCain's comments came in response to several Catholic bishops attempting to bar Catholic politicians like Biden who support reproductive rights from receiving Communion.

McCain even brought out one of the classic anti-choice arguments, likening Biden's stance to being okay with murder if someone else is the one doing it. The President has stated just because he is personally opposed to abortion does not mean he will hold others to his own personal beliefs.

McCain, who isn't even Catholic, seemingly couldn't understand why someone wouldn't want to force others to follow their religious beliefs.

"I'm personally opposed to murder, but if you want to murder a little bit, it's fine because it's not my problem."

She also falsely claimed Biden was committing a cardinal sin by supporting others' rights to make their own reproductive decisions.

You can view McCain's whole speech on the subject below.

Few Twitter users seemed to support McCain's take.

Many were vocally critical.










McCain also failed to mention the bishops who are currently criticizing Biden for his stance on reproductive rights said absolutely nothing about other Catholic politicians bringing about policy changes that violate tenets of church doctrine.

For example, former Attorney General William Barr brought back the death penalty for federal crimes.

Capital punishment is also against church doctrine.