Pelosi & Schumer go the Godfather route, while Joe backs away from abortion … in speeches
While pro-life Americans were celebrating the fall of Roe, the injustice forced into the U.S. Constitution when seven men penciled “abortion” into our founding document, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was doing her best impression of the Godfather. Speaking with PBS, the wildly pro-abortion Pelosi said there is a “price to pay” for elected officials who are “insulting women” by caring about women in the womb as well as those who are already born.
Perhaps she was channeling her former counterpart, now Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer who shouted at the justices from in front of the Supreme Court, “I want to tell you Neil Gorsuch, and you Brett Kavanaugh, you have unleashed a whirlwind, and you will pay the price,” Schumer said. “You won’t know what hit you, if you go forward with these awful decisions.”
Does that mean the Democratic position is support abortion or else? Does any of that rhetoric explain why a man from Pelosi’s home state of California was arrested on a journey to assassinate a sitting Supreme Court Justice?
Meanwhile President Joe Biden, Bad Grandpa to a little four-year-old girl who doesn’t even rate as high as the family pets at Christmas, tries to downplay the fact that he heads the most pro-abortion administration in U.S. history.
Proudly claiming to be a practicing Catholic, Biden still felt compelled to say that he loved Roe v. Wade, which along with Doe v. Bolton allowed abortion through all 9 months, for any reason, and sometimes with taxpayer funding.
(Did Joe skip the day church teachings like these were shared? “Laws which legitimize the direct killing of innocent human beings through abortion or euthanasia are in complete opposition to the inviolable right to life proper to every individual; they thus deny the equality of everyone before the law.” Pope John Paul II, Evangelium vitae (1995), no. 72.)
The Hill reported the president defending pro-abortion policies, saying: “I’m a practicing Catholic. I’m not big on abortion, but guess what? Roe vs. Wade got it right.”
The alleged Big Guy might not feel he’s big on abortion, but with more than 64 MILLION dead that’s seems wrong to many, especially to the church he constantly references.
Consider that the abortion position of the national Democratic Party today, through support for the Women’s Health Protection Act (better known as the Women’s Health ENDANGERMENT Acc) and opposition to the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, is wildly extreme. This session Democrats fought for abortion through all 9 months without limits, taxpayer funded (and home and worldwide), including federal assault on conscience rights and on states’ rights to pass pro-life laws. Add to that the Democratic failure to even support medical care for babies born during a botched abortion, that agenda includes infanticide.
How low can you go, Joe?