Pelosi: We have a ‘moral obligation’ to future generations on climate change, but not against killing them in the womb

· March 27, 2019  
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Once again, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has played the faith and morality cards to push for an agenda item, starkly showing up her own hypocrisy in the process.

“If you believe, as I do, that this is God’s creation, this planet, we have a moral responsibility to be good stewards of it,” Pelosi said Tuesday. “But even if you don’t subscribe to that, you know we have a moral responsibility to future generations.”

The speaker made the remarks at a press conference for the “Climate Action Now Act” alongside other House Democrats.

Contrast that with Pelosi’s pro-abortion position, which is in direct opposition to the teachings of her faith, since she self-identifies as a Catholic.

Nancy Pelosi is the highest ranking late-term abortion supporter in the House of Representatives as well as the highest in the line of presidential succession.

When President Trump spoke out about late-term abortion in his State of the Union speech, the speaker responded by calling his comments “really quite a sad thing.” But if our future generations manage to make it out of the birth canal without being burned by saline solution, dismembered, or otherwise aborted, then we have a moral obligation to them to do something about the changing weather? Wow.

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Author: Nate Madden

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