One would think that all of the backlash that Nancy Pelosi has received from her misquoting of the Bible would let her know that she really shouldn’t use the Bible to promote things that the Bible doesn’t promote.
But she’s at it again! Using “morality” as her reason, she tried to explain why her committee on the climate crisis is so important.
Red State reported the story:
The hypocrisy of Democrats is often astounding, as one moment they’re preaching about doing anything it takes to save just one life, then getting on radio stations and suggesting infanticide should be included as a choice in the quest for women’s health.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, for one, is no stranger to this kind of thing and decided to wax poetic about our moral responsibility to protect the environment, or as she called “God’s creation.”
See her tweet from Thursday below:
Zing! Pelosi did not respond, either because she didn’t think it prudent, or because she didn’t know how. But most people who’ve ever attended a Sunday school class are familiar with the following children’s Bible verse:
So God created human beings, making them to be like himself. He created them male and female. Genesis 1:27, GNT
Yes, God’s greatest creation was not that of the earth, but of mankind. But what does Pelosi think the Bible says about the earth?
From her own mouth she has said:
“But I heard a bishop say, to minister to the needs of God’s creation is an act of worship — to ignore those needs is to dishonor the God who made us.”
Pelosi has repeatedly been called out for falsely claiming that “ministering to the needs of God’s creation is an act of worship” is contained in a verse in the Bible. It is NOT.
The sad thing is that she uses this narrative to convince the unknowing masses that we have a MORAL responsibility to protect the earth, rather than humans. Unless, of course, you are an illegal alien.
But what does the Bible say about the earth?
Note the following verses:
… Hail and fire, mixed with blood, came pouring down on the earth. A third of the earth was burned up, a third of the trees, and every blade of green grass. Revelation 8:7, GNT
Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth. The first heaven and the first earth disappeared, and the sea vanished. Revelation 21:1, GNT
Many have used these verses as evidence that we should pollute the earth, because well, it’s “all gonna burn” anyways. I’m not in agreement with that necessarily, but that doesn’t matter for this argument.
What Haley was REALLY touching on is that God’s greatest creation is MANKIND. God’s words in the Bible say that He formed me in my mother’s womb (Psalm 139:13), and that He knew me even before I was born (Jeremiah 1:5), and that He made me in HIS image (Genesis 1:27).
Even further, the Bible implies that it would be ridiculous for a mother to have no compassion on the child she is bearing (Isaiah 49:15), and He shows favor and kindness to the Hebrew midwives who rescued the “fetuses” being slaughtered upon their birth (Exodus 1:15-20).
So I applaud you, Nikki Haley. You’ve escaped negative press up to this point, which will likely change now that you’ve attacked the abortion machine, created by Margaret Sanger who is known by her quote:
“The most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.”
Nancy, who won the Margaret Sanger award in 2014, has no right to speak about morality, the Bible, or anything in between.
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