NOTE: The following article is satire, not a statement of fact. Treat it as such.
Kamala, during a recent speech, bizarrely decided to, bizarrely, try to connect abortion and gay rights to the American Founding…at which time both murder and sodomy were very illegal and had been hanging offenses in Britain, and then claim that anyone who is opposed to killing kids is racist and anti-abortion.
She led with the American Revolution claim, using the vague concept of “freedom” to try and connect infanticide to the Christian Founding Fathers. Speaking on that, she said:
America is a promise — a promise. A promise of freedom — and freedom for all. A promise that each person can determine their own future, dream with ambition, and live with dignity. A promise that every person truly has the ability to thrive.
Since the founding of our country, we all know, generations of Americans have struggled, sacrificed, and bled to make that promise real. They spoke out at Seneca Falls. They sat in at a lunch counter in Greensboro. (Applause.) They organized farmworkers in California. (Applause.) They fought for equality at the Stonewall Inn. (Applause.)
She then claimed that those who now fight for abortion are on the right side of history, saying:
And in the relay race of history, the baton they carried is now in our hands. We — we — we, all of us, are now called upon to advance the promise of freedom, including the freedom of every woman to make decisions about her own body, not the government telling her what to do. (Applause.) We are here today because one year ago today, the United States Supreme Court — the highest court in our land, General Stein — the court of Thurgood, the court of RBG — (applause) — took a constitutional right, that had been recognized, from the people of America, from the women of America. A fundamental right. A basic freedom.
Predictably, her leftist cat woman audience loved the idea that they were better than George Washington because they murdered babies, so they cheered wildly and Kamala decided to step things up a notch.
“Now, listen here,” she said. “A lot of people now do what the racists and sexists back then did. They say ‘oh no I can’t support abortion because the Bible tells me not to,” much as the racists of the 1850s and 1950s said that Jesus never condemned slavery and the sexists said that ‘a woman’s place is in the home.’ Well, let me tell you this–whatever the Bible said then and whatever it says now doesn’t matter a bit. What matters is equality. What matters is standing up to racism, sexism, and anything else like that. So not supporting abortion is evil. Not killing babies is racist and anti-woman.”
The crowd loved that, cheering wildly at the thought of having yet more to bash Christians over the head with, but it severely weakened Biden’s support among Catholics, who saw the whole “strong Catholic but Democrat” thing was obviously a ruse.