It’s incredibly ironic, but both Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi are invoking our collective responsibility to protect “the children” as a means to mock and undermine President Trump’s immigration policy. It would be laughable to hear such talk from them, were it not about such an incredibly unfunny issue. These two women have been two of the most vocal, ardent, even militant supporters of abortion on demand that our world has ever seen, and they have the audacity to complain about the need to “care” for the “least of these?” It’s disgusting.
We’ll start with Hillary Clinton who used President Trump’s recent speech about why he launched an attack on a Syrian airfield, to attack his refugee policy.
I hope this administration will move forward in a way that is both strategic and consistent with our values. And I also hope that they will recognize that we cannot in one breath speak of protecting Syrian babies and in the next close America’s doors to them.
Yes, this is the same Hillary Clinton who has, for years, argued that women should be able to murder their children at any moment right up until the point they escape the birthing canal (and yes, for these babies “escape” is the perfect word to use). In fact Clinton argues:
That women should have the ability to kill their children right up to the moment of birth and that living human beings do not have any rights until the moment they escape their mother’s womb.”
Apparently, Hillary Clinton believes that a woman’s vagina contains some magical constitutional mojo that it passes on to a child as they pass out of the birth canal.
That’s the only explanation I can gather from her answer on when a child receives Constitutional “rights.”
Chuck Todd: When or if does an unborn child have constitutional rights?
Hillary Clinton: Well, under our laws currently, that is not something that exists. The unborn person doesn’t have constitutional rights…
So Donald Trump can’t be against illegal immigration, or taking in tens of thousands of Muslim refugees and at the same time want to protect innocent children, but Hillary Clinton can be for the murder of untold MILLIONS of babies while saying that she wants to protect children.
Do you see the problem here? This is the absolute insanity of the left. They argue that Trump’s travel ban is actually a greater moral injustice than Hillary Clinton’s embrace of the genocide of a generation.
It’s not just Clinton though, Nancy Pelosi was getting in on the act Monday as well.
On Sunday at a rally in Los Angeles, Pelosi quoted Scripture as part of an effort to take a swipe at President Trump.
I didn’t know this until recently, that when the Gospel of Matthew, ‘what you have done for the least of my brethren, you did for me,’ was something that Christ said in Holy Week, Tuesday of Holy Week. So as we go into Holy Week, as we’re people of faith, people of morals, of morality, let us understand what that challenge is on this Palm Sunday to do the Lord’s work. It is a fact in not only our Catholic faith, our Christian faith, but in all religions, that when we minister to the needs of God’s creation, that is an act of worship. To ignore those needs is to dishonor the God who made us. So if these people of such faith in our country truly are and in our state, they will recognize our obligation to our children.
This is the same Nancy Pelosi, that like Clinton, has been rabid in her support of abortion on demand. Pelosi once argued that her defense of late-term abortion was an almost spiritual act, “As a practicing and respectful Catholic, this is sacred ground to me when we talk about this. This shouldn’t have anything to do with politics.”
The hypocrisy and depravity that pours out from these two women is almost too much to bear.