The Progressive Democrat “long war” on Christianity and free market Capitalism is a never-ending source of frustration for American business and American freedoms.
One of the key operatives in the Left’s fight against American values, is Rep. Nancy Pelosi, who is best known for her “…we have to pass the bill so you can find out what is in it…” quote on Obamacare.
So as crazy as it sounds, it’s no surprise that Pelosi would come out against a court ruling, upholding legislation that she sponsored.
Megyn Kelly of Fox News took her to task on it with a strong rebuttal over her pathetic lies on Fox News.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said, “That court decision was a frightening one – that five men should get down to specifics of whether a woman should use a diaphragm. […] It’s not her boss’s business.”
Kelly offered her legal analysis of Pelosi’s attempt to “stoke resentment.” She pointed out that Roe v. Wade was decided by a majority of men.
“Does Ms. Pelosi think those justices were ill-equipped to fairly decide that case? Or is it only when a judge disagrees with Ms. Pelosi that his gender is an issue. If Speaker John Boehner made a similar comment about the female Supreme Court justices, Nancy Pelosi would be crying sexism – and that’s what she is guilty of here.”
Calling Pelosi’s claim a “gross misrepresentation,” Megyn clarified that the court did not determine which methods of birth control are legal.
“News flash: all birth control that was legal before this decision remains legal today. The high court simply found that a religious freedom law which was co-sponsored by none other than…wait for it…Nancy Pelosi, sometimes protects corporations from being forced to violate their religious beliefs,” Megyn said.
Megyn Kelly, a modern day Walter Cronkite, schools Pelosi on how government works and sets the record straight on the true consequences of the Hobby Lobby case.
Pelosi and the Progressives, in their never-ending war on America, can’t seem to ever get the facts straight.
Courtesy of Conservative Tribune