WATCH: Biden Makes Insane Claim About LGBTQ Students After SCOTUS Leak

Early Wednesday morning, Old Uncle Joe stated that the LGBTQ students just might find themselves banned from classrooms if the leaked SCOTUS draft opinion regarding the possible overturning of the landmark Roe v. Wade abortion decision were left alone to continue as the leak seems to suggest.

Biden talked on these issues due to the unprecedented leak of a SCOTUS early opinion draft, that was later stated to be authentic by Chief Justice John Roberts, and made the argument that any rights that were predicated on the implicit right to privacy would end up being cut next if the court went along with what the draft seemed to imply was going to be their decision.

Biden started out his statements by making mention of an earlier case, Griswold v. Connecticut, in which the Court made the ruling that married couples, making use of the implicit right to privacy, could purchase and make use of contraceptives without the need for government interference.

Griswold was thought to be a bad decision by Bork, and my guess is, the guys on the Supreme Court now,” stated Biden. “What happens if you have — state changes the law saying that children who are LGBTQ can’t be in classrooms with other children?”

“Is that legit? The way the decision is written?” questioned Biden, before trying to divert blame and pin said blame on former President Donald Trump. “What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this MAGA crowd is really the most extreme political organization that’s existed in American history.”

These Wednesday morning comments from Old Uncle Joe come in the wake of his claims made Tuesday that any rights that are predicated on privacy, such as who people choose to marry, would be in extreme risk if Roe was officially overturned.

Additional comments from Joy Behar, one of the co-hosts of the leftist morning show named “The View,” took these comments from President Joe Biden to an even further extreme, making the claim, while live on her talk show Tuesday morning, that along with same-sex marriage, the Supreme Court of the United States could make moves to try and throw out Brown v. Board of Education and try to reinstate a policy of segregation throughout schools.

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