So, religion matters, after all. Sen. Dianne Feinstein grilled a Catholic nominee to the U.S. Court of appeals, Amy Coney Barrett, over her religious beliefs, especially, her views on abortion. According to Democrats such as Feinstein, religious beliefs are not supposed to intrude into the law. But, wait! Feinstein follows the Judaic faith, and the Talmud permits abortion, calling the unborn baby a “pursuer.” So, what is the Senator doing but defending a Judaic intrusion into the law, and how did such an intrusion become the law in the first place?
Dr. Bernard Nathanson, a founding member of the pro-abortion group NARAL and a former abortionist himself, wrote in one of his books that Judaic leadership dominated the abortion movement. Not only that, but the strategy which the leadership devised included inciting hatred against the Catholic Church as a means of recruiting support from the general population for abortion. That is still true today, as Feinstein’s performance spectacularly demonstrates. Prominent Judaics in government, for example, Sen. Chuck Schumer, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Sen. Bernie Sanders, support Roe v. Wade. To emphasize my point, abortion on demand is a Judaic issue, and that issue has become the law of the land.