Nancy Pelosi’s Convoluted Reasoning of Holy Scripture
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(Life News) Democrat Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, has this uncanny ability to cite scriptures (or parts thereof) that she agrees with but when it comes to abortion, she’ll choose to ignore what the Holy Scriptures and Catholic Church has to say on the subject.
As Red State points out, Nancy Pelosi in response to the mass influx of immigrant children illegal entering the southern border of the United States claims:
- “Baby Jesus was a refugee from violence, let us not turn away from His children.”
- “Immigration reform is a manifestation of us living the Gospel,” because of “what the bible tells us about the dignity and worth of every person.”
- “What would we do if Moses had not been accepted by the Pharaoh’s family–We would not have the 10 Commandments for starters.”
Those who have bothered to read the Holy Scriptures know that Jesus was not a refugee, never sinned and more importantly was God in human form, conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mother–Mary was returning to Bethlehem with Joseph for the census. Like 2:1-7
The inconsistencies of Pelosi’s statements are obvious, at least to those who have bothered to read the Holy Scriptures, one knows that: (a) Jesus was not a refugee; (b) Moses was one of a few boys who lived when the King of Egypt ordered that all newborn boys be killed; (c) Baby Jesus and Moses would likely not exist in the U.S. today if the infanticide policies Nancy Pelosi and the Obama Administration were legal then.
Nancy Pelosi’s own words and Congressional voting record belie the statements that shes made on the sacredness of human life.
The Archdiocese of San Francisco in 2011 openly criticized Nancy Pelosi’s views on abortion and Church teaching when life begins as “disgraceful, incompetent and incredible.”
“The Church has always taught that human life deserves respect from its very beginning and that procured abortion is a grave moral evil, ” according to the United States Conference on Catholic Bishops.
If Democrat House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi really wanted to show the world that we’re a nation that respects the innate worth and dignity of every human life–not just those who have crossed our southern border, she would respect all human life which includes the unborn and denounce the abortion industry in the United States.
Pelosi’s words are however empty, her actions are condemning of those who do not meet her standard of ‘worthy’–the barbarism of the thousands of babies aborted annually is not sufficiently convenient for Pelosi to muster enough energy to care.