(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – You know the radical leftist elements in our nation are totally scared out of their minds and nervous about the possibility of losing their precious “right” to abortion with the president’s choice of Amy Coney Barrett as his nominee for the Supreme Court when the only thing they have to attack her on is her religious faith.
This, of course, exposes the deep hatred and intolerance of the left toward Christians, a hypocrisy that has been put on display quite a few times over the last four years, but is really being pushed to the forefront of this particular issue, namely because unlike with Brett Kavanaugh, they cannot accuse her of sexual assault.
False sexual assault allegations have become a powerful weapon in the hands of radical leftists, one we’ve seen employed time and time again, which is what makes Trump’s choice of Barrett such a smart move.
Journalist Megyn Kelly decided to take “The View” co-host Joy Reid to task for “bigoted attacks on Catholics” after she compared the GOP platform to “The Handmaid’s Tale” after the announcement of Amy Coney Barrett as the nominee was made.
Here’s more from BizPacReview:
“Turns out Republicans DO have a platform: The Handmaid’s Tale,” Reid tweeted Friday evening with a clip from “The Handmaid’s Tale” and the hashtags #UnderHisEye and #BlessedBeTheFruit.
Reid’s tweet references media attempts to link a Catholic group associated with Barrett to the fictional dystopian novel “The Handmaid’s Tale.” The book and the Hulu series based on it depict a society controlled by religious extremists who allow leaders to keep concubines for the purpose of forced pregnancy.
Kelly retweeted Reid, asking, “So we’re all ok with open, bigoted attacks on Catholics now? Just trying to keep up.”
So we’re all ok with open, bigoted attacks on Catholics now? Just trying to keep up. https://t.co/9NCX6kmL4o
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) September 26, 2020
Kelly is not the first to denounce criticisms of Barrett’s faith. Republican Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse has called this criticism “disgusting attacks on her faith” and black religious leaders rallied Friday to defend Barrett.
“We do not know whether she will be nominated for a seat on the Supreme Court of the United States, for which she is by all reports under consideration,” the leaders wrote in a Friday letter, which was signed by Charismatic Christian and Black Pentecostal leaders including clergy, scholars and pastors.
“But we do know that attacks on her Christian beliefs and her membership in a charismatic Christian community reflect rank religious bigotry that has no legitimate place in our political debates or public life,” the letter said.
You see, the rest of us who have been well aware of the indwelling hypocrisy of the radical left are not at all surprised to see this level of intolerance spewing forth from their mouths and fingertips. Many Democrats will praise Joe Biden for being Catholic, saying he’s a strong man of faith, because he’s not actually applying the principles of his faith to his life. Instead, he’s compromised those values in order to be loyal to the cause.
Barrett is being consistent by applying her beliefs to every part of her life, which is exactly what a true person of faith would do. The left finds this a threat because a person of conviction like this will stand in the way of their usurping power and authority from the American people. Barrett will champion self-government, the family unit, churches and faith, and personal liberty and individuality, all of which makes a socialist country impossible.
Here’s to hoping she’s approved in a vote before the November election.