Abortion-obsessed Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) is criticizing President Joe Biden again, this time because she doesn’t think he’s zealous enough about the divisive issue.
Appearing on “Face The Nation,” Whitmer said Biden should focus more on abortion as an election motivator.
“Because Joe Biden doesn’t talk about abortion much, and in fact, he has said he’s not big on it because of his faith. Does he need to talk about it more?” Margaret Brennan asked.
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“I think it would be good if he did,” Whitmer responded before advocating, “I know that one tenet of his belief system is that women and only women at- with their families and- and healthcare professionals are the ones who know what decision is right for them. And that he is fighting and going to continue to fight to make sure that that is squarely the ability of- of an American woman to make that decision.”
“You think he needs to be the messenger on that more?” Brennan asked.
“I don’t think it would hurt. I think people want to know that this is a president that is fighting. And I think he has said that, to use maybe more- more- you know, blunt language, maybe that would be helpful,” Whitmer said, before again attempting to articulate Biden’s position.
It’s not the first time Whitmer has chided the incumbent president.
In December, Whitmer — a rumored replacement for the elderly Biden — told Fox 2 Biden was “a little slower, he’s a little stiffer,” but insisted he hasn’t slowed down “intellectually or emotionally.”