Opposing this Republican nominee, Harris attacked his faith by insinuating that his involvement with a Catholic charity, The Knights of Columbus, should disqualify him from office. Her series of provocative questions revolved around her protecting Planned Parenthood, a national abortion industry that sells dead baby body parts for profit, and who has financed Kamala Harris’s political career.
Yet Harris tried to infer that it was a Catholic charity that was immoral.
Oh, the blind hypocrisy of paid-up Democrat politicians.
Harris played the gender card as hard as any hardened prosecutor would, pulling insinuations out of the air, as seen in this rhetorical question as she attacked him for the ethics of his faith;
“Since 1993, you have been a member of the Knights of Columbus, an all-male society comprised primarily of Catholic men. In 2016, Carl Anderson, leader of the Knights of Columbus, described abortion as “a legal regime that has resulted in more than 40 million deaths.” Mr. Anderson went on to say that “abortion is the killing of the innocent on a massive scale.” Were you aware that the Knights of Columbus opposed a woman’s right to choose when you joined the organization?”
Harris also attacked him on Catholicism’s position of gay marriage, implying that this would render him, or any Catholic, unfit to serve as a judge.
She failed to address Catholic ethics of dignity and value of human life, a value that conflicts with Harris’s own immoral hypocrisy when it come to the unborn.
Which raises the question, who has more credit when it comes to honoring human life, Judge Buescher or Senator Harris?
This was a defeat for Kamala Harris, a defeat that highlights her reprehensible anti-Catholic bigotry.
Despite the fact that Joe Biden is Catholic, perhaps a blind Catholic when faced with these facts, Kamala Harris, this paid apologist for the sellers of baby body parts, has been nominated to a position in which she will be just a baby’s heartbeat away from being the United States President.
Catholics must be quaking in fear.
Barry Shaw, The View from Israel.