“For me and President Joe Biden, faith guides our work everyday.”
…oh boy, here we go.
None other than pro-abortion Vice President Kamala Harris was chosen to present at the National Baptist Convention in Houston, Texas, where she urged roughly 2,000 faith leaders to fight for “light” in the darkness and overcome “unsettled times,” the Houston Chronicle reported.
Harris started out by boasting about all of her accomplishments as the “first black woman” this and “first black woman” that - positions which, she concluded, “were all acts of faith.”
Her humility is deafening.
“Today we live in unsettled times,” Harris proclaimed with a rather prophetic tone.
She then hailed "the ideals we thought were long established such as, overseas, the sovereignty of democratic nations, here in our own country, the powerful transfer of power in a way that is peaceful” (I assume here she’s alluding to Jan. 6), along with “the freedom of voters to decide elections," (maybe here she's talking about all the dead people that cast votes?), and, of course, "the freedom of women to make decisions about their own future.”
Ah, there it is! I knew she’d sneak that in there. Perfect audience to talk to about abortion rights while denying the foundation of their faith.
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Harris then likened pro-life legislatures to “extremists,” saying:
As extremists work to take away the freedom of women to make decisions about their own bodies, faith leaders are taking a stand, knowing, one does not have to abandon their faith or deeply-held religious beliefs to agree that a woman should have the ability to make decisions about her own body and not have her government tell her what to do.
Flashback to the height of the pandemic, when Harris and the whole Biden administration kept telling everyone that they had to get the COVID-19 vaccine. "My body, my choice" doesn’t apply there, I guess.
Harris also referenced verses from 1 Corinthians, but declined to reference any other passages from the Bible in which the Lord commands, “Thou shalt not murder,” nor the other parts in which Scripture reminds us of the sanctity of life. None of that helped her narrative.
Christianity is clearly against abortion, but Harris still claims to follow it closely --- yikes.
Harris also suggested that we call on our faith leaders to “demand a ban on assault weapons.”
It's quite ironic that Harris was the one chosen to present at a conference about faith, given her track record for denying the religion she claims to hold in order to push a false narrative about the realities of abortion.