While quick to fall back on her Roman Catholic faith when it’s politically expedient, U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi advised Americans to set aside their religious values when voting and go with how issues may affect their lives.
In a clear sign of how far the mighty have fallen, the former House speaker appeared on Joy Reid’s lowly rated MSNBC show best known for driving racial discord, and was set up nicely by the gushing Democratic operative posing as a network talking head — the choreography going seamlessly as if practiced.
“Give some advice to those who are frustrated by our politics now, about how you can start to get people to vote not on how politics will impact your religion, but how it will impact your life. You’re a religious person,” Reid said.
Tipping her hand as to how long she has been around, the 83-year-old California Democrat referenced John F. Kennedy, the first Catholic President of the United States, who said, “It’s not important what religion I believe in. What’s important is what America I believe in.”
“And that’s what we have to be thinking in terms of taking it to people,” Pelosi said.
Pelosi recently called out San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, who barred her from communion in the churches he oversees due to her pro-abortion stance.
“I have a problem with my archbishop – well, the archbishop of the city that I represent – but I figure that’s his problem, not mine,” said the supposedly devout Catholic during an event last week at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., according to Life News.
“I think I’m pro-life because I care about children and the rest,” Pelosi added — surely leaving some around her silently cowering in fear of a lightning strike.
Being on MSNBC, Pelosi also took the opportunity to trash Trump supporters, calling them “racist and bigots,” while acting like a teenager who refuses to say a boy’s name.
“I do think that many of the people who fell for what’s-his-name’s line, because they just didn’t see a path in the future, in the economy the way it was,” she said. “I think many of them are really patriotic. I think some of them are racist and bigots, but I think many of them are very patriotic.”
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