It’s no secret that House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is both a Catholic and a fully owned subsidiary of Planned Parenthood, which makes it no surprise that Cecile Richards retweeted this bit of her wisdom.
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) September 26, 2015
Seriously, now. Pelosi is as pro-abortion as they come, so why not just say it, rather than make up some nonsense that Republicans are conducting a war on “women’s health”?
Pope Francis is no longer in earshot, and it wouldn’t matter anyway. Following the Pope’s address to the House of Representatives, Pelosi said she realized “there are those who want to express themselves as opposed to respect for women’s health,” but the Pope’s speech was a reminder that government had a “higher responsibility” to “get the job done for the American people.”
What job is that? For one, fight air pollution — as the Pope put it — or what the hipsters call climate change. As for his very clear words on the sanctity of human life, Pelosi contended that the Pope “left plenty of room” for personal interpretation.
@NancyPelosi it's not a war on women's health! There are hundreds of organizations out there that care for women. Stop lying!
— David Harris (@HarrisDbh3276) September 26, 2015
@NancyPelosi @HouseGOP stunt for democrats but for the Americans it is fighting for the rights of unborn that Democrats hate.
— Jacob Mathews (@jacobmathews) September 26, 2015
— Susan Reaney (@SSReaney) September 26, 2015
@NancyPelosi @HouseGOP you want to see true war on women, go to China, Saudi Arabia and any Middle East country, with exception of Israel.
— Louis Lopez (@loucor75) September 26, 2015
@NancyPelosi @HouseGOP Democrats wage war on women when insisting on funding PP. How many deaths/injuries are they responsible for?
— Connie Maanum (@ConnieMaanum) September 26, 2015
@NancyPelosi @HouseGOP Nancy making up crap again, we have had more than our share of you BS, PP is not womens healthcare. is a baby market
— Frank F (@ffajaz2) September 26, 2015
— I Took The Red Pill❌ (@ITTRP) September 26, 2015