[ASI] Neil Gorsuch's LGBT-friendly Church

April 4th, 2017 at 12:11 pm EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

There is a lot of news breaking about Obama’s Watergate-style surveillance of the Trump team. All of our suspicions have been confirmed. Check our website later for a big new report.

Meanwhile, in response to my new column on Gorsuch being  a stealth nominee to advance the liberal agenda on cultural issues, one person wrote:

Hate to agree, but I fear you may be onto something there. Bottom line, he [Gorsuch] makes me nervous. My guess, he'll turn out no more "conservative" than Roberts, who could have stopped Obamacare but didn't.

I wrote back: Thank you for writing. Unless a person has a moral and religious upbringing, a conservative can't survive in liberal academia and thrive. Gorsuch now goes to a liberal church, St. John's Episcopal Church in Boulder, Colorado.  What does that say?

One reader called his church Jeremiah Wright-lite. It’s going to be run by solar power.

Gorsuch is a product of liberal academia.Read my column for the facts the conservative media won’t tell you.

Jeremy Rabkin wrote a Weekly Standard article about how conservatives were fooled by then Bush-nominated David Souter. He noted that “the entire Washington conservative establishment” was fooled.

Not really. Howard Phillips of the Conservative Caucus saw through him and opposed his nomination. Rabkin sort of admitted this, saying, “Only one conservative organization, Howard Phillips's Conservative Caucus, raised its voice in opposition to Souter at the time of the confirmation proceedings (and then solely on the basis of doubts about Souter's personal views on abortion).” Actually, Phillips opposed Souter across the board. He said:

The overreaching moral issue in the political life of the United States in the last third of the 20th Century is, in my opinion, the question of abortion... If Judge Souter is confirmed as a Justice of the Supreme Court, he will, in all likelihood, be given the opportunity to address not only the issue of Roe v. Wade, but broader issues involving the sanctity of innocent human life.

Liberal groups fought Souter, just like they are fighting Gorsuch today.

Rabkin wrote that Souter, “supported by conservative groups and unchallenged by conservatives inside the Bush White House,” became “one of the staunchest liberals on the court -- a more reliable champion of liberal causes than Clinton appointees Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer.”

Do you really have confidence in Gorsuch? Or will we get fooled again?

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net

For America's Survival,

Cliff Kincaid, President


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