Elizabeth Warren does not practice what she preaches.
The Democrat presidential candidate claims to be a Christian who believes “there is value in every single human being,” but she supports abortion and infanticide.
On the campaign trail, Warren repeatedly has touted her Christian faith, according to Christian Headlines. At the CNN Town Hall, for example, Warren joked about teaching Sunday school at her Methodist church in Oklahoma.
“All I can say is, nobody got hurt,” she said. “It was a low bar for being a fifth grade Sunday school teacher at our church. And I raised my children in the Methodist church.”
Her hypocrisy became clear with her statements about the value of every human life.
During the CNN Town Hall, Warren referred to a parable that Jesus told in Matthew 25 about separating the sheep from the goats, the report continues.
“This is the one where the shepherd is dividing the world into the sheep and the goats,” she said. “And as we all know, sheep are going to heaven, goats, they’re not. And the sheep ask him, ‘Why us? Why us, Lord? Why did you pick us? We look like those – like those guys.’ And the shepherd, the Lord, answers back by saying, ‘I was hungry, and you gave me food. I was thirsty, and you gave me water. I was in prison, and you visited me, naked and ye clothed me. Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of these, the least of thy brethren, you have done it unto me.’
Warren said there are two things in the parable that guide her work every day.
“The first is … there is value in every single human being – every single human being,” she said. “And the second is that we are called to action.”
But Warren’s actions do not reflect the values she claims to strive toward. Quite the opposite, she courts the abortion industry and always votes against protections for babies in the womb.
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Warren has a 100-percent pro-abortion voting record. Earlier this year, she introduced a plan detailing how she would support and expand the killing of unborn babies in abortions if elected president. Her plan includes forcing taxpayers to pay for abortions, too.
As senator of Massachusetts, she also voted against a bill to protect newborns from infanticide in February.
In June, Warren told the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition in Chicago that her faith “animates all that I do.”
“I could not come to the house of God without speaking about my faith because my faith animates all that I do,” she said. “I truly do believe in the worth of every single human being.”
But actions speak louder than words, and Warren’s actions demonstrate very clearly that she believes some human beings are not valuable at all.