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Pelosi refuses to rule out religious test for Supreme Court nominees

Here is the question Nancy Pelosi dodged, sinece it’s hard to hear:

Do you agree that Article VI, which bans religious tests from being a qualifictiton for office, do you think that that should apply to Supreme Court nominees as well?

The siginficance, of course, is that President Trump is likely to nominate Catholic conservative Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. And Democrats are going to apply a religious test, at least partially because the Catholic Church opposes abortion.

So Pelosi is unwilling to agree with the Constitution.

But that’s nothing new when it comes to liberal jurisprudence.

5 thoughts on “Pelosi refuses to rule out religious test for Supreme Court nominees”

    1. Again as long as they have a D next to their name and oppose Trump, some Catholics don’t care. I hope your right but I’m not sure. Plenty of Puerto Rican’s are Catholic and still vote Dem.

      Trump has been a bigger supporter of life than W. Bush. He has provided and tried to assure equal rights to religious freedom on college campus than W. Bush. I could go on and on…

  1. Pelosi, Biden are as much a Catholic as some of the priest in Nicaragua during the 1980’s preaching Liberation Theology! This NOT what the church teaches.

    Unfortunately, I know enough Catholics that agree with them and support their radical thinking!

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