Kirsten Gillibrand’s presidential campaign is all but dead, so she might as well go down in flames, right? This take of hers is definitely hot enough to get a fire going:
— David Rutz (@DavidRutz) May 16, 2019
That’s a pretty roundabout way of saying no, Senator.
As I parse it she starts by stating yes, then infers the pro-life position is unconstitutional, and unchristian to boot, so her final answer is no.
— Ben Calvin (@rbcalvin) May 16, 2019
Sounds like a no….
— ??O Acosta, My Acosta..?? (@JayPark71553294) May 16, 2019
It also sounds like Gillibrand is being willfully obtuse.
— LaurieAnn ??♂️ (@mooshakins) May 16, 2019
So all pro-life people are religious? News to me.
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) May 16, 2019
News to a lot of us.
Ironic that Kirsten Gillibrand is representing herself as an authority on Christian faith, considering she doesn’t have a prayer.