Hillary’s Khan Job – She has finally found a faith to defend.
Thursday, August 04, 2016
Hillary Clinton supported Obama’s persecution of the Little Sisters of the Poor and his countless other assaults on religious freedom.
In her capacity as Secretary of State, she made the imposition of the gay agenda on Christian countries in the developing world a “priority” of American foreign policy. She complained about outmoded “religious beliefs” in her speeches. She lambasted Republicans for violating the “separation of church and state.”
But these days one finds her campaigning from pulpits. “Patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel,” said the 18th-century
English author Samuel Johnson. So is piety. When not forcing her
hapless running mate into renouncing his opposition to taxpayer-funded
abortions — Kaine has now said that he is determined to get
“comfortable” with Hillary’s support for them — she can be frequently
heard praising his “faith.”
Last Sunday she appeared at an African-American church in Ohio to
proclaim her great respect for “people of faith.” She gushed about how
her running mate “feels right at home” and used the Khan controversy to
denounce Trump. “I don’t begrudge anyone of any other faith, or of no
faith at all,” she said. “But I do tremble before those who would
scapegoat other Americans.
Who would insult people because of their
religion, their ethnicity, their disability. That’s just now how I was
raised.” After Barack Obama scapegoated Christians in middle America for
clinging to their God and guns, Hillary didn’t “tremble.” She didn’t
climb into any pulpits to defend people of faith. She joined his
secularist administration and used her State Department post to browbeat
She railed against the religious for impeding progress. One
religion, however, was spared from her secularism: Islam. She sent off
diplomats to re-write the constitution of Kenya to include abortion
rights and the LGBT agenda. No such envoys were sent to Saudi Arabia or
any of the other Islamic countries opposed to her progressive
priorities. Read it all here.................