Democrats “have promoted Becerra as being sort of a moderate, kind of line worker in the Democrat Party,” said Dannenfelser. “That is absolutely wrong. … He is an excellent and effective pro-abortion advocate.”
Biden’s Health and Human Services nominee Xavier Becerra lied before Senate lawmakers Wednesday, claiming he had never sued nuns.
Lawmakers write that the NIH and Pentagon are responsible for “secretively” funneling tax dollars to the Wuhan research lab through the U.S.-based nonprofit EcoHealth Alliance.
“I understand that people have different deeply held beliefs on this issue. … We may not always agree on where to go, but I think we can find some common ground,” Becerra said.
“Becerra’s confirmation would be divisive and a step in the wrong direction,” the letters states. He “has proven himself to be an enemy of the health of women and the unborn.”
President Joe Biden froze a December rule signed by President Donald Trump aimed at lowering prescription drug prices for insulin.
President-elect Joe Biden nominated Dr. Rachel Levine, a transgender health official in Pennsylvania, on Tuesday to serve as assistant Health and Human Services secretary.
Under the now-voided rule, distilleries would have been forced to shut down production of hand sanitizer and pay a government fee.
The Trump Administration’s HHS secured visitation rights for clergy in New York and refused funding over an unlawful abortion insurance mandate in California.
Joe Biden’s plans to nominate a radical, pro-abortionist to HHS reveals that the former vice president is anything but “moderate.”
As both a congressman and attorney general, Xavier Becerra fought for rabidly pro-abortion and anti-free speech policies.
Political motivations destroyed a COVID public service campaign within HHS because it might have helped the reelection of Donald Trump.
‘When you don’t try, you’re creating an inhumane death, and you’re creating an absolute certain death,’ said Amanda Finnefrock, a mother whose twins were refused medical care after birth at 22 weeks and 5 days.
By empowering and assisting states and businesses the Trump Administration has led a robust effort to combat the coronavirus.
Conventional wisdom fueled by the media is that the White House ignored the coronavirus threat in January and February. It is absolutely false.
Starting Monday, doctors and nurses at Stanford Health Care will have their pay reduced by 20 percent — including those caring for COVID-19 patients.
All outlets get things wrong, but these outlets always seem to be wrong in exactly the same direction.
An interview obtained by The Federalist reveals how the Wall Street Journal badly misled Americans about HHS Secretary Alex Azar’s response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Media outlets falsely paint a minor White House hire as Trump hand-picking a dog breeder to lead the entire coronavirus task force.
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