Nancy Pelosi Claims Republicans are “Coming After Your Children.” But She Supports Abortion

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Sep 24, 2020   |   5:35PM   |   Washington, DC

Nancy Pelosi, the Democrat leader who once called late-term abortions “sacred ground,” claimed Republicans are “coming after your children” Monday in an interview with MSNBC.

A clip from the interview posted on conservative commentator Sean Hannity’s website shows Pelosi making the bizarre claim, supposedly about the next justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

“Clean air, clean water, pollution! They’re coming after your children! Protect your children from what they’re trying to do in this court,” Pelosi said.

After the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg last week, abortion activists and their allies in the Democratic Party fear that Roe v. Wade could soon be overturned and the ability to restrict or ban abortions returned to the states. Ginsburg was a staunch abortion supporter, and Trump is expected to replace her with a strong conservative judge.

It is unclear what specifically Pelosi meant by her accusation, but Pelosi herself has a long record of being anti-child for children still in the womb.

Though Pelosi claims to be Catholic, she is a radical pro-abortion Democrat who supports abortion without restriction up to birth. Last year, she blocked legislation to protect newborns who survive abortions from infanticide more than 80 times. Once, she even described late-term abortions as “sacred ground.”

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As Speaker of the House, she attempted to dismantle the pro-life policies of the Trump administration and restore funding cuts to Planned Parenthood and other abortion businesses. Despite claiming to be pro-choice, she also criticized pro-life pregnancy centers for providing information and support to mothers and babies.

The Democrat leader also fights against religious freedom for the very faith that she claims to be a part of. Earlier this year, she joined an amicus brief arguing against the Little Sisters of the Poor, a nuns’ charity that opposes the Obamacare contraception mandate. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the nuns’ favor in July.