House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was recently asked, “Speaking of women’s rights, how do we stop Kavanaugh and how?” in a recent question and answer session. Pelosi’s response is just wrong, the Right Scoop reported.
This was her response:
“I pray a lot. I believe in the power of prayer and I think it is urgent. This, of course, is a Senate matter in terms of confirmation. But all of those groups I talked about, they are out there on Kavanaugh, too, because it is a danger to affordable health care, women’s right to choose, any stare decisis—Brown v. the Board of Education, civil rights, voting rights, environmental protection and the rest. So, this is as serious as it gets.”
The key phrase here is “women’s right to choose,” which is 100 percent in conflict with the beliefs of the Christian faith. This is a harrowing statement by Pelosi, no wonder the Catholic church denies her communion.
“And, again, public sentiment. If the public is aware of what it means to them in their lives. Elections have ramifications. People didn’t turn out. They were overconfident maybe that Hillary would win. And this president will be there for four years but these judges will be there closer to forty. It’s very, very dangerous.”
[Pelosi’s remarks are at the 1:05.21 mark in this video:]