Trump Makes a Better Catholic Than Biden – Rachel Campos-Duffy on the Todd Starnes Show

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Fox News Channel’s Rachel Campos-Duffy unloaded on former Vice President Joe Biden and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg over their support of late term abortions.

“Catholics were telling me (at the March For Life) that they thought Donald Trump was a better Catholic than Joe Biden,” Campos-Duffy said on the Todd Starnes Radio Show.

Trump, by the way, is a Protestant.

On Sunday, Mayor Pete came under fire after he told a pro-life Democrat there was no room in the party for people like her.

“There is no room for pro-lifers in the Democratic Party and there hasn’t been for a long time,” Campos-Duffy said on the Todd Starnes Radio Show. “Democrats used to say they wanted abortion to be rare and all these kinds of things, and now they are the party of late-term abortion and they’re actually very honest about it.”

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Buttigieg, a former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, made his pro-abortion stance known after being confronted at a Fox News Town Hall by Kristen Day of Democrats for Life.

“As a Catholic, I know a lot of Catholics who say they’re pro-life, want to be pro-life, but continue to vote Democrat in this fantasy that somehow that tent is big enough for them,” said Duffy. “Abortion animates the Democratic Party, and it is why Pete Buttigieg, who says he is a Christian, is willing to ignore the scriptures that he is often quoting in order to not anger the forces of abortion within that party.”

Campos-Duffy went on to say that everything in politics has to do with abortion.

“If you look at what happened with Brett Kavanaugh, if you look at what’s happening in the Senate with the impeachment, it is about abortion,” she explained. “It is about who has the power in 2020, and everyone knows that whoever wins that election will have another opportunity to nominate someone to the Supreme Court, and that could very well change the situation with regards to Roe v Wade.”

According to Campos-Duffy, abortion is the moral issue of our time.

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