Posted on Oct 7, 2020
Lt Col Charlie Brown
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WaPo Hit Piece Targets Religious Faith of Barrett
Three writers combined on a Washington Post hit piece on Amy Coney Barrett, again for her faith. The title of the piece: Amy Coney Barrett served as a ‘handmaid’ in Christian group People of Praise (Washington Post). From Mollie Hemingway: Democrats are laundering their (admittedly weak) anti-religious smear of Amy Coney Barrett through Emma Brown, the same reporter they used to launch their massive and media-coordinated anti-Kavanaugh operation that so many Americans found so despicable (Twitter). From Ryan Anderson: For the biblically illiterate, where the word “handmaid” comes from: “Mary said, ‘Behold, I am the handmaid of the Lord. May it be done to me according to your word.’ Then the angel departed from her.” Luke 1:38 (Twitter). The Guardian also added a similar hit piece with the scary title “Revealed: Amy Coney Barrett lived in home of secretive Christian group’s co-founder” (The Guardian). From Emily Znotti: Actual story: Barrett lived in student housing at Notre Dame operated by Catholics. Because Notre Dame is Catholic (Twitter). From Rich Lowry: It’d be great to know the theory of what Amy Coney Barrett would have been able to achieve if she hadn’t been hampered by being a woman in People of Praise —would she be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court already? Secretary General of the U.N.? What? (Twitter). From Tom Cotton: The liberal media are relentless in their slimy attacks on Judge Amy Barrett’s faith & family. Yet the absurd cartoon they are drawing just doesn’t square with the fact that she is a superstar law professor, turned circuit court of appeals judge. They should be ashamed (Twitter). From Alexandra DeSanctis: Never have I felt myself so personally invested in a particular political fight than I am the impending battle over the nomination of Seventh Circuit appeals court judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. I suspect that women across the country, and women of faith in particular, feel similarly. Judging from the reactions of many of my female friends and the outpouring of support that I’ve witnessed on social media, Trump’s decision to nominate Barrett to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has struck a chord (National Review).
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CW5 Jack Cardwell
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A real "hit" piece. MSU. Make Shit Up !
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Lt Col Charlie Brown
Lt Col Charlie Brown
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They did it to Kavanaugh
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MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
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Correctamundo!
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MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
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Lt Col Charlie Brown. . . so why not Barrett, or so they reason.
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SMSgt David A Asbury
SMSgt David A Asbury
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Don't let them pack the courts.
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SGT Robert Pryor
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A desperation ploy to stop the inevitable.
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