House Speaker Nancy Pelosi issued three public statements on Monday while attending the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Spain.
The first and third profoundly contradicted the second — in a way that can never be reconciled.
First, Pelosi spoke at an event where she concluded that we have a “moral responsibility to be good stewards” of “God’s creation.”
“And, then we see it as a moral issue,” Pelosi said.
“When we were in Rio,” she said, “they had a big religious service, every aspect of religion or no religion, but just belief in the future, and that was about our moral responsibility. If you believe, as some of us do, that this is God’s creation, that we have a moral responsibility to be good stewards of it.”
Second, Pelosi issued a press release announcing that she and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer had submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court in the case of June Medical Services LLC v. Gee.
The question in this case is whether Louisiana violated the Constitution by enacting a law that requires doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.
The Pelosi-Schumer brief unapologetically defends the killing of an unborn