House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), speaking to reporters on Thursday, was asked to respond to the Catholic position on abortion as murder, and to address the violent attacks against pro-life pregnancy centers and churches nationwide. Pelosi yet again used her purported Catholic faith to promote and defend abortion, and refused to even give an answer regarding the wave of violence being visited against churches, pregnancy centers, and pro-life offices.
One reporter began by asking Pelosi how she reconciles her pro-abortion stance with the pro-life stance of the Catholic Church. “Do you agree with Pope Francis and Pope John Paul II that abortion is murder?” the reporter asked.
In her response, Pelosi side-stepped the actual question at hand, refusing to say whether or not she believes that abortion is murder. “What I agree on is that whatever I believe, agree with the pope on, is not necessarily what public policy should be in the United States as people make their own judgments, honor their own responsibilities, and attend to the needs of their families,” she said.
Pelosi was then asked for her response to Republican claims that Democrats’ rhetoric on abortion and refusal to condemn attacks against pro-lifers was contributing to the violent attacks taking place nationwide.
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Nancy Pelosi when asked about attacks on churches and pregnancy centers:
“This talk of politicizing all of this is, I think, is something uniquely American…”
“I’m a very Catholic person, and I support a women’s right to make her own decisions.”pic.twitter.com/ySrBkcG1aU
— Live Action News (@LiveActionNews) June 16, 2022