Media Silent (Part 2)

Pelosi would like to have the Democrat party work both ways on the pro-life/pro-abortion debate,
but the pro-abortionists won’t have it.

Media Silent on Democrats Departing from the Pro-Abortion Orthodoxy

As reported in a 31 July 2017 Daily Caller article, Nancy Pelosi may be facing a fight over a commitment made by the Party.

The Democratic party is facing a revolt from the left after the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee chairman said the party would back pro-life candidates in 2018.

The DCCC chairman, Rep. Ben Ray Lujan, told The Hill that there will not be “a litmus test” for candidates on the subject of abortion. Lujan’s comments come as Democrats attempt to rebuild a broken party that has hemorrhaged elected offices on both the state and national level.

Lujan’s comments sparked immediate outrage from left-wingers.

“I’m afraid I’ll be with holding support for the DCCC if this is true,” said former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean, whose name was briefly floated this year as a candidate for DNC chair.

“What better strategy than to betray their base and reaffirm that women’s basic rights are negotiable and disposable,” said prominent liberal columnist Jill Filipovic.

“Reducing the rights of those with child-bearing capacity to a mere matter of opinion is utterly unconscionable,” declared New Republic writer Rachel Cote. She added: “The Democratic Party is in fact saying that there’s ‘no litmus test’ regarding their colleagues’ support of basic bodily autonomy. Terrible.”

“This is a betrayal of every woman who has ever supported the Democratic party,” said liberal journalist Lauren Duca, whose work Hillary Clinton has personally praised.

Renee Sherman, a board member of the pro-choice group NARAL Pro-Choice America, called Lujan out by name on Twitter for not kicking pro-life candidates out of the party.

“I had an abortion. I’d love to chat with you about why my healthcare access is up for debate to win elections. Let’s talk,” said Sherman. She added: “I understand not everyone supports abortion, but you don’t have to put party money behind candidates who will take access away.”

(Read more at the Daily Caller)

With the Democrat’s “new message” about a “Better Deal,” seems like that message is just lipstick on a pig. As much as I would like to see a pro-life Democrat candidate, the money flowing from Cecile Richards and Planned Parenthood-affiliated seems to have gagged the Democrat party.

Tweets Relevant to this Democrat Civil War over Pro-Life/Pro-Abort




Tiara Brooke Lycans

Media Silent on Lesbian Trying to Silence a Christian Judge

A 29 July 2017 New York Daily News article provides witness to anti-Christian bigotry of the Left.

A Christian judge has twice declined to recuse himself from a divorce case, after a lesbian mother filed motions citing his stance against homosexuality.

Tiara Brooke Lycans also petitioned the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals, which denied her request for recusal Thursday.

She also argued that Bell, a political conservative and member of the Baptist church, “publicly expressed belief that homosexual relationships and marriages are contrary to God’s Law” — a stance she believes could influence his ruling on the custody of her child with husband, Zachary Lycans, court documents show, reported.

Judge Bell has, in his initial pending ruling on custody, granted the Lycans joint physical custody of their child alternating weekly. The appeals court noted that he had ruled the same way in two other divorce cases involving lesbian mothers.

(Read more at the New York Daily News)

If she can find proof that this judge has ruled in ways that would shift power from the powerless, then she should speak out. Otherwise, she is just posturing for the court.

A Tweet Relevant to the Case


Media Silent on Trump Successes

Although the press has made scattered notes of Trump’s successes (each linked below), they uniformly avoid puling together a list of his successes like the one that follows.

Thanks to the American Family Association, Investor’s Business Daily commentaries on 29 April 2017 and 7 August 2017, and the White House web page for his 100-day event.

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