[ASI] Anti-Christian Bias

September 12th, 2018 at 12:29 pm EST
   
Cliff Kincaid
President.
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To ASI Supporters:

Catholics upset and disgusted by the sexual abuse scandals in the church are withholding their money from the collection plate but have to go one step further – cutting off the hierarchy itself. Don’t take orders from the heretical Pope!
It is the structure of the church that is at least partly at fault. This structure engaged in the cover-ups. In this context, our new ASI TV program, Judge Kavanaugh and the Catholic Hierarchy, has to be understood. As I state in my article in Catholic Family News:
Kavanaugh is a member of the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Washington, D.C., a parish that includes prominent Democrats from the nation’s capital such as the late Senator Ted Kennedy, who voted for abortion on demand but claimed to be personally opposed…


Click here to watch

In this extraordinary ASI TV interview, attorney Arthur Schulcz examines Supreme Court nominee Judge Kavanaugh’s pro-Catholic bias in cases that have come before him and how he defers to the hierarchy of the Catholic Church. “He protected Catholics against a clearly illegal system” of promoting chaplains in the Navy, Schulcz explains. In doing so, he adds, Kavanaugh’s rulings have violated the constitutional prohibition on the establishment of a state religion.

How “diverse” is it to have 6 Catholics on the court? Catholics are only 25 percent of the population.

This was a point made by a good Catholic, the late Justice Antonin Scalia, when he wrote that the court includes “not a single evangelical Christian (a group that comprises about one quarter of Americans), or even a Protestant of any denomination.” He referred to the “unrepresentative character” of the court.

If Kavanaugh is confirmed, we will have to impeach him. Are you with me?


For America’s Survival,


Cliff Kincaid,
President

 

 

 

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