Joy Behar is giving up on Trump’s SCOTUS Pick – We’ve Lost That Battle
Well it’s finally happened folks…
Joy Behar has finally come down to reality and has accepted that the Democrats can do nothing to stop Trump’s SCOTUS pick.
During a rather somber episode of “The View,” both Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg agreed there’s no way to fight against Trump’s prospective Supreme Court pick Amy Coney Barrett.
They agreed that they won’t be able to use the same “rape” allegation against her like they did with Kavanaugh, and they also believe they can’t attack her for her faith.
So they’re pretty much out of bullets and have finally admitted defeat on the Supreme Court.
Watch the video:
*Joy’s comments start at the 5:20 mark*
WHAT’S DEMOCRATS’ NEXT SCOTUS MOVE? Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made key progress Monday in locking down GOP support for a vote to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — the co-hosts react. https://t.co/vyTe8NTK5O pic.twitter.com/GMnWoPUzE3
— The View (@TheView) September 23, 2020
What’s funny is that for once, the ladies on “The View” aren’t wrong.
Trump is 100% able to fill this seat and it will be virtually impossible to take down Coney Barrett for her religious views.
Although there’s still some liberal publications that are trying…
Such as Refinery29, who’s trying to suggest that Barrett’s faith inspired “The Handmaids Tale,” a show that depicts a post-apocalyptic America, which harvest fertile women as slaves.
But Barrett, who started her career as a clerk for Justice Antonin Scalia and has been described as his “ideological heir” due to her staunchly conservative stance on the subjects of abortion and healthcare, has one affiliation that is perhaps most concerning. According to author Margaret Atwood, her dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale was inspired (read: haunted) by multiple religious groups, which many believe includes People of Praise, which Barrett is reportedly affiliated with.
Barrett identifies as Catholic, but more specifically, she is affiliated with an ecumenical Christian group, the People of Praise. The group believes in a number of Pentecostal staples such as prophecy, speaking in tongues, and divine healings. Founded in 1971, the community remains quite small, claiming about 1,800 adult members across North America, reports the New York Times. Though roughly 90 percent of members identify as Catholic, there are a number of doctrinal deviations.
For one, members of the group swear a lifelong oath of loyalty to one another and are assigned a personal adviser to whom they are held accountable. For men, this adviser is called a “head,” and for women, a “handmaid.” People of Praise preaches the idea that men are the authority figure over the family including their wives.
Make no mistake, Democrats are going to attack Barrett for her beliefs.
This is the same party who tried to validate ridiculous claims that Justice Kavanaugh participated in a “gang rape.”
There’s really no low that this party won’t stoop to.
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