She Hears Dead People
Whenever former House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi is questioned about her radical pro-abortion stance, she invariably retreats to some variation of “hey, I’m a faithful Catholic!” Now, the poster child for inadequate catechesis as well as non-existent church discipline is adding listening to the supposed spirits of dead feminists to her pagan portfolio. According to CNS News:
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D.-Calif.) told a recent gathering of the Women’s Political Committee that the spirits of suffragists Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Alice Paul spoke to her at the White House.
Pelosi said she heard them say: “At last we have a seat at the table”.
Because of course you’d expect 19th and early 20th century women to use late 20 and early 21st century lingo.
A video recently posted on Youtube shows Pelosi speaking in May describing her first meeting with President Bush in the White House after becoming part of the Democratic House leadership.
In the video Pelosi says, “He’s (Bush) saying something to the effect of we’re so glad to welcome you here, congratulations and I know you’ll probably have some different things to say about what is going on—which is correct. But, as he was saying this, he was fading and this other thing was happening to me.”
“My chair was getting crowded in,” said Pelosi. “I swear this happened, never happened before, it never happened since.”
“My chair was getting crowded in and I couldn’t figure out what it was, it was like this,” she said.
“And then I realized Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, Alice Paul, Sojourner Truth, you name it, they were all in that chair, they were,” said Pelosi. “More than I named and I could hear them say: ‘At last we have a seat at the table.’ And then they were gone.”
I’m sure Margaret Sanger was in there somewhere—perhaps she was squashed under Rep. Pelosi and unable to get out to demand that the entire federal budget be devoted to eugenics implementation.
I don’t know whether Nancy Pelosi is evil, delusional, mentally ill, or what. But her bishop needs to have a talk with her, stat, and if need be tell her that she should align herself with an organization that is comfortable with paganism. Wicca, say, or the Episcopal Church.
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