The Gospel According to Saint Kirsten

The Gospel According to Saint Kirsten

If you are pro-life and also a Christian, you, my friends, are acting very unchristian by petitioning your elected officials to protect the unborn.

Thus sayeth Saint Kirsten — Patron Saint of Abortion.

Yesterday, the alleged Senator from New York was spreading the Gospel according to Saint Kirsten to the heathens in Georgia.

“But if you are a person of deep Christian faith, one of the tenets of our faith is free will. One of the tenets of our democracy is that we have a separation of church and state, and under no circumstances are we supposed to be imposing our faith on other people, and I think this is an example of that effort. It’s against our Constitution and it’s against Christian faith.”

Can you believe this incomprehensible garbage?

But this is the Gospel according to Saint Kirsten.

First of all, “our democracy” does not have tenets.  Rather, we have a Constitution.  And nowhere in our Constitution is there “a separation of church and state.”

There is, however, a Separation of States and the Federal Government. It’s called the Tenth Amendment.

But that’s not even the stupidest thing about the Gospel according to Saint Kirsten.

For Gillibrand to get on her high horse and lecture any other Christian about “imposing our faith on other people,” is rather ironic coming from her.

After all, Saint Kirsten has a long history of invoking her “Christian faith” to advocate for the political positions she espouses while justifying her opposition to policies she disagrees with.

Last June, from the floor of the Senate, Saint Kirsten proclaimed that when it comes to opposing President Trump’s immigration policy, it’s a matter of combatting Biblical evil.  She quoted from Ephesians, declaring that she wears the “armor of God.” “And so what my job is,” Saint Kirsten preached, “is to stand firm, to stand strong, have the belt of truth around my waist.”

Odd how Saint Kirsten’s reverence for the non-existent “tenet” of “Separation of Church and State” didn’t stop her from invoking the Bible on the Senate floor in order to oppose President Trump’s immigration policy.

Isn’t that “against our Christian faith?”

And, lest we forget, back in January, Saint Kirsten put on her phony black preacher voice and prattled on again about wearing “the belt of truth” as she imparted the Gospel according to Saint Kirsten to Al Sharpton’s flock.

She also told the Sharpton faithful that she was running for President because “as a person of faith … I cannot sit idly by.  I will fight for your children as hard as I would fight for my own!”

But you Christians who are fighting for the lives of unborn children?  You are a bunch of unchristian heretics in need of spiritual correction from Saint Kirsten.

Seriously, why would anybody listen to this clown?

She slips on the “armor of God” any time it suits her political agenda.  But then sheds it in a New York minute the second it stands in the way of unfettered abortion.

As I said last June in my post “Kirsten Gillibrand fancies herself Joan of Arc:”

“This is an issue of right versus wrong,” Saint Kirsten of New Y’arc preached during what Politico calls a “voice-cracking speech” on the Senate floor yesterday.

This foul-mouthed abortion cheerleader can’t get through a campaign rally without cursing like a sailor.

She slobbered all over rapist and sexual harasser Bill Clinton for political advantage. Then when he became politically useless to her, she turned on him like the Leftie version of Judas.

So why on earth should I listen to her about “right versus wrong?”

Saint Kirsten’s Christian “faith” is as malleable and ever-changing as her public policy positions.

And when it comes to the murdering of the unborn, Saint Kirsten wastes no time shoving her “armor of God” deep into the back of her closet.

Which is exactly where it remained the whole time she was bearing false witness against Brett Kavanaugh.

Is anyone on Planet Earth foolish enough to even consider getting spiritual guidance and direction from someone as craven and false as Kirsten Gillibrand?

Boy, I hope not.

[Hat tip the Free Beacon]

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4 thoughts on “The Gospel According to Saint Kirsten

  • May 17, 2019 at 12:50 pm
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    God will not be mocked. He is just….she may not meet justice on earth, but she will know it when her time comes.

  • May 17, 2019 at 6:07 pm
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    Who needs moral advice from someone whose family runs a sex trafficking ring?

  • May 17, 2019 at 7:33 pm
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    There won’t be any politicking or BSing on judgment day. Lot of these people will be sorely surprised.

    PS – Stay the hell out of Georgia, please.

  • May 20, 2019 at 4:03 am
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    Democrats are big on murder as long as their victims are defenseless.

    Hmm, that might be why they want our guns.

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