Tucker takes issue with Pelosi declaring herself ‘very Catholic’: ‘This is ridiculous! Let’s stop pretending’

Monday night on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” the polemical conservative journalist sparked fresh, righteous outrage against the FBI, which is storming the homes of Christians who sang hymns at an abortion clinic. The premier U.S. law enforcement agency seeks 11 years in prison for such outlaws, even as it passes over real violent crimes perpetrated by Democrat voters.

Carlson’s diatribe led him to review a statement earlier this year by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in which she claimed adherence to Catholicism while waving away the Catholic stance on abortion. The high priestess of abortion hath judged that a “women’s right to choose” supersedes “Thou shalt not kill.”

Carlson made a judgment of his own, waving away Pelosi’s claim of being a Catholic.

The Fox News host played the exchange between a reporter and the Democrat speaker.

“There have been a number of attacks on churches and pregnancy centers,” said the reporter. “Republicans are going after Democrats for not saying anything and they’re saying that your rhetoric is contributing to these attacks.”

Not surprisingly, Pelosi did not answer the question, choosing instead to chant an article of faith from a different religion – that of the Left. The every-burgeoning articles of that faith now include the precept that God does not assign ‘gender’ at birth.

“A woman has a right to choose,” Pelosi replied. “It’s up to her, her doctor, her family, her husband, her significant other, and her god… I’m a very Catholic person and I believe in every woman’s right to make her own decisions.”

Carlson derided this statement with prejudice.

“First of all, you’re not a Catholic. I mean, this is ridiculous! Let’s stop pretending.”

Carlson doesn’t seem to think he is expressing an opinion. Rather he is making an observation. It is one thing to invent a standard. It is another to invent a standard in direct conflict with a religion and claim membership in that religion.

Some will call it unseemly to judge someone else’s faith.

Being judgmental has long been a violation of the Church of the Left. Unless, of course, one judges a Christian stance on abortion or a conservative stance on the 2020 election or transgenderism or Critical Race Theory. In those cases and many more, judgmentalism is highly encouraged.

But we all make judgments all the time. Without judgments, there are no opinions, and opinions are protected and encouraged by the U.S. Constitution.

Carlson’s judgment is an obvious one. And it can be amplified. The Speaker has made her own religion. It doesn’t adhere to the established standards of Catholicism. She has established a new commandment: Thou shalt not obstruct the work of those whose job it is to end life in the womb. It is not a giant leap of logic to conclude that a “very Catholic person” would not do that, as Catholicism establishes an opposite standard based on a biblical commandment. God saying “Thou shalt not kill” has led Catholicism to take a decades-long stand against abortion.

So, Carlson made a judgment of his own: Madame Speaker, you are not Catholic. That judgment has been joined by multiple Catholic bishops, who say they will not administer communion to her because of her pro-abortion stance.

Carlson went on to claim that Pelosi violates her own standard of choice.

“Second, you don’t believe at all on the right to choose. You applauded as nurses got fired because they didn’t want to take the mandatory vax because they didn’t want to hurt their own fertility. They wanted to have children maybe someday. And you thought that was great. So it wasn’t their body and their choice,” he concluded reasonably.

“You’re a liar and a fraud. You’re not a Christian. Be quiet!”

There are opposing contentions on the matter of fertility.

The NIH has a post that claims there is mounting evidence that the Covid vaccine does not cause infertility.

A high-risk obstetrician heartily recommends pregnant women get the Covid vaccine.

Leave it to a Christian scholar to provide a counterpoint, even if Republicans in Congress won’t.

There is plenty of evidence, but you will struggle to find it online. Save yourself the trouble – don’t bother to search for it on Google.


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