Nancy Pelosi: We Have a “Moral Responsibility to Protect God’s Creation,” Just Not Babies From Abortion

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Mar 27, 2019   |   5:27PM   |   Washington, DC

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi believes Americans need to protect “God’s creation” for future generations, but not future generations from abortion.

On Wednesday, the pro-abortion Democratic leader touted her Catholic faith as she introduced a new bill to control climate change. She called protecting the environment a “moral issue” and “the existential threat of our time,” USA Today reports.

“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. “But even if you don’t subscribe to that, you know we have a moral responsibility to future generations.”

But Pelosi does not support protecting future generations of Americans – at least not from abortion or infanticide.

As Conservative Review commented on Pelosi’s hypocrisy: “… 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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Despite claiming to be Catholic, Pelosi is a long-time supporter of the abortion industry. She has a 100-percent pro-abortion voting record, and maintains close ties with the largest abortion group in America, Planned Parenthood. Once, she even went so far as to call late-term abortions “sacred ground.”

Under her leadership this year, House Democrats have blocked 17 attempts to protect newborns from infanticide. As Speaker of the House, she also attempted to dismantle the pro-life policies of the Trump administration and restore cuts to Planned Parenthood and other abortion businesses.

In December, she told RollCall that “women’s reproductive health” – a phrase that includes unrestricted abortion up to birth – will be her priority this year.