Fraud? No Evidence That Biden’s 10yr Old Rape Victim Exists

By Heather Allen | Jul 12, 2022

One week after the Supreme Court’s overturned Roe v. Wade, Indy Star published an article about an Ohio 10-year-old who was a rape victim and needed an abortion. Because Ohio was one of the first states to impose an abortion ban after six weeks of pregnancy, with no exceptions for rape and incest, the girl would need to travel to Indiana for the procedure.
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The Indy Star reported that Dr. Caitlin Bernard, an Indianapolis obstetrician-gynecologist, took a call from a child abuse doctor in Ohio who told her about the young girl’s predicament, claiming the girl was six weeks and three days pregnant.

Over the weekend, questions about the legitimacy of this story began to surface.

The Washington Post called it a “One Source Story” that could not be confirmed. Dr. Barnard has refused to speak with the media, and there has not been a police report filed to date.

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According to Ohio Revised Code 2151.421, an Ohio physician must report abuse to their local child welfare or law enforcement agency. But Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said no evidence had been filed and that an abortion would be allowed in Ohio under these circumstances.

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AG Yost also said there had not been a request for crime lab results and that there is “NOT A Whisper” of this taking place.

Yet, despite a flimsy foundation, this story went viral. The lack of proper vetting did not stop the mainstream media or Joe Biden from repeating the tale. On July 8, Biden said,

“This isn’t some imagined horror. It is already happening. Just last week, it was reported that a 10-year-old girl was a rape victim — 10 years old — and she was forced to have to travel out of state to Indiana to seek to terminate the pregnancy and maybe save her life.”

“Imagine being that little girl,” he continued. “I’m serious, just imagine being that little girl.”

When White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was asked if the story was vetted, she responded, “I would refer you to the DOJ; I don’t have anything more to share on the identity of this young woman or the question you asked.” The Washington Times Reported.

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