“It’s really quite a sad thing when you know that we’ll be talking about something that applies to the health and life — health and ability to have other children of women. I hope that in his family, he never has to face that crisis and apply his attitude toward it.” – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
CBSNews.com reports that
President Trump, speaking at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. Thursday, assured his audience that his administration will protect religious liberties.
“I will never let you down,” the president told his audience — which included House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. “I can say that. Never.”
The president has relied on religious conservatives, particularly evangelical Christians, for much of his base. His speech came after he devoted some of his State of the Union address to the issue of late-term abortion, a key issue for many conservative Christians — especially after bills in New York and Virginia aiming to ease late-term abortion restrictions. The president reiterated his commitment to the pro-life movement Thursday.
“All children born and unborn are made in the holy image of God,” Mr. Trump told the prayer breakfast.
Mr. Trump also brought up religious persecution abroad, human trafficking and other issues he says his administration is committed to addressing.
…”Since the founding of our nation, many of our greatest strides, from gaining our independence to abolition of civil rights, to extending the vote for women, have been led by people of faith and started in prayer,” Mr. Trump said.
Every president since President Dwight D. Eisenhower has attended that annual breakfast, which typically includes members of Congress and foreign dignitaries.
I wonder if San Fran Nan was grinding her dentures again like she did on Tuesday Night?
As a Christian American Conservative, I have been watching the last couple of weeks with great interest.
On January 24th, PJMedia.com reported that
In yet another example of moral narcissism and the liberal inability to understand conservative positions on faith, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi declared that her party, the Democratic Party, does the will of God while Republicans dishonor their Creator.
Of Republicans, the Democrat congresswoman from California declared, “They pray in church on Sunday and they prey on people the rest of the week. And while we’re doing the Lord’s work, ministering to the needs of God’s creation, they are ignoring those needs which is to dishonor the God who made them.”
The very day that PJ Media was posting their report, Ney York Governor Mario Cuomo signed into law the horrendous Third Trimester Abortion Bill, followed shortly afterward by the effort in Virginia to pass a similar bill, justified by their Democratic Governor, Ralph Northam.
Those two moments started an avalanche of “setbacks” for Nancy Pelosi’s Democratic Party, which continues even as I write this post.
Between the scandals among the Virginia Government Hierarchy involving the wearing of blackface and a claimed sexual assault, President Trump’s outstanding SOTU Address and resulting 49% approval rate , and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s unintentionally hilarious “New Green Deal” which Democrats are signing off on like lemmings jumping off a cliff in a Walt Disney True Life Adventure, the Dems’ hopes for victory in the 2020 Presidential Election have begun a long and entertaining (for everyone but them) swirl down the ol’ porcelain receptacle.
Now, I cannot and will not speak for the Triune God, the Author and Finisher of my Christian Faith. Neither am I going to say that the recent unveiling of the face of true evil that is today’s Democratic Party was God teaching them a lesson.
For House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, on behalf of the Far Left Democratic Party, who denied God years ago in their National Convention, to now attempt to use the God of Abraham as a supporter for murdering babies in the womb and to justify their overall treasonous behavior by proclaiming Him to be the Spokesperson and Arbiter against the actions and policies of President Trump, after turning their back on God for years, is a display of hypocrisy that would had made even the ancient Pharisees blush.
In fact, their desperation reminds me of a passage found in the New Testament,
22 On that day many will say to me, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and cast out demons in your name, and do many mighty works in your name?’ 23 And then will I declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness.’ – Matthew 7:22-23
The unraveling of the Democratic Party, which I have been watching these last couple of weeks, reminds me of a quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson which I had on a poster in my bedroom as a teenager, which read,
All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen.
Until He Comes,