Want To Really Blow Nancy Pelosi's Day? Ask These Three Questions At Her Next Press Conference

(Rev. Robert Jeffress and Father Jonathan Morris join Jedediah Bila on Fox & Friends to rebut Nancy Pelosi’s claim that a border wall is immoral.)

We’ve heard endless loops of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, that paragon of virtue, telling us she believes a border wall is immoral. In the above clip, Pelosi speaks with MSNBC’s Joy Reid.


The inference that you draw from ‘the wall is the only way to do that,’ is the wall is an immorality. It builds walls in people’s minds about who should come here. It’s a very sad thing that it’s doing to instill that kind of fear to newcomers to our country.

The Daily Caller’s Peter Hasson has come up with three questions, based on positions Pelosi has supported in the past, that every conservative reporter should ask at her next press conference. And Hasson even called Pelosi’s office to ask them, but he’s still waiting to hear back. Here they are:

  1. Putting aside the question of whether abortion should be legal or not, does Pelosi think sex-selective abortions — e.g. aborting an unborn baby solely because she’s a girl — are immoral?

  2. Does Pelosi think it’s immoral to coerce Catholic nuns to subsidize birth control?

  3. Does Pelosi think it’s immoral for Democratic senators to use membership in a Catholic charitable organization, the Knights of Columbus, as a negative test for judicial office?

The following information indicates why Pelosi might be a bit reluctant to return Hasson’s call.


Pelosi in 2012 opposed legislation that would ban abortions carried out on account of the sex of the baby.

Democrats at both the national and state level in recent years have attempted to force religious groups, including the Little Sisters of the Poor, to provide birth control despite their religious convictions to the contrary.

Two Democratic senators, Kamala Harris of California and Mazie Hirono of Hawaii, have targeted one of Trump’s judicial nominees over his membership in the Knights of Columbus. The senators proposed the nominee, Brian Buescher, withdraw from the charitable organization.

Hassan says he’ll let us know if he hears anything back.


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