Dianne Feinstein seems really hung up on the fact that Amy Coney Barrett is a Catholic who isnât an advocate for killing unborn babies.
Weâd say this puts her firmly in âbizarre fixationâ territory:
?ď¸ Sen. Feinstein hot mic talking about Judge Amy Coney Barrett: âSheâs been pro-life for a long time. So I suspect with her, it is deeply personal and comes with her religion.â pic.twitter.com/5dUBhHLQsn
â TrĂŠ Goins-Phillips (@tregp) October 15, 2020
And what if Amy Coney Barrettâs pro-life beliefs are deeply personal? What if they are connected to her faith? Is that something Dianne Feinstein needs to âsuspect,â when ACBâs made no secret of her personal belief that abortion is wrong?
And what of pro-lifers whose opposition to abortion just comes with them giving a damn about the unborn?
Since when is wanting to PROTECT human life, strictly religious?
â Elizabeth A. Lance (@ElizabethALance) October 15, 2020
They just canât help themselves. Itâs incomprehensible to them that someone could be pro-life without being religious. https://t.co/zfu61zojvX
â Alexandra DeSanctis (@xan_desanctis) October 15, 2020
I am not religious. I am pro-life.
â AlarmedKnitter (@AlarmedK) October 15, 2020
Non-religious people of good will can be pro-life.
â Nicole Webb (@nicole_r_webb) October 15, 2020
I'm one of them.
â James (@James07910075) October 15, 2020
Which is eye roll-inducing to people like me, strongly pro-life but not religious. The dogma of bigotry lives loudly in the Senator.
â Phineas Fahrquar (@irishspy) October 15, 2020
The dogma lives loudly lives on https://t.co/JOyJqlfErY
â Kathryn Jean Lopez (@kathrynlopez) October 15, 2020
Why do so many liberals regard pro-lifers as people like a zoo exhibit, people whose beliefs need to be explained and canât simply stem from their humanity?
What she won't admit is that for the Left, abortion support is also deeply personal and comes with their religion. https://t.co/aPofwjJIMY
â Michael Knowles (@michaeljknowles) October 15, 2020