During the confirmation hearings for Justice Amy Coney Barrett, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer made this remarkable comment: “At the end of this sordid chapter in the history of the Senate, in the history of the Supreme Court, my deepest and greatest sadness is for the American people. Generations yet unborn will suffer the consequences of this nomination.”
To the contrary, as a consequence of her nomination, future generations will have a much better chance of making it from unborn to born. Talk about a massive misstatement.
Speaking of Amy Coney Barrett, Senate Minority Leader @chuckschumer said, “Generations yet unborn will suffer the consequences of this nomination.”
Actually, as a consequence of her nomination, future generations will have a much better chance of making it from unborn to born.
— Dr. Michael L. Brown (@DrMichaelLBrown) October 29, 2020
Yes, instead of having generations of children who remain unborn after conception because of abortion, Barrett’s appointment to the Supreme Court could open new possibilities for these children to make it out of the womb alive.
Of course, we have no way of knowing with certainty which cases will come before the court and how the justices will vote. But Barrett would surely be the most likely new member of the court to cast a pro-life vote should the opportunity arise.
And perhaps, just perhaps, her vote would help overturn Roe v. Wade, thereby sending things back to the individual states, in many of which the pro-life tide continues to rise.
That’s why her nomination was opposed so bitterly by the Democrats, to the point that not one of them voted for her.
Schumer’s statement is therefore beyond ironic. It is an example of expressing compassion for future unborn children in the name of protecting Roe v. Wade. What could be more self-contradictory and self-refuting?
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SOURCE: Charisma News