Earlier this year, First Lady Melania Trump recited the Lord’s Prayer and the left skewered her. A Christian baker is fighting for his reputation and livelihood in front of the U.S. Supreme Court as we write this. Leftists like Nancy Pelosi don’t have a problem with either of these scenarios. For them, God seems to be a matter of convenience.
Last week, Rep. Pelosi was talking Armageddon while referring to President Trump’s tax reform bill. Speaking to reporters in her usual overly-dramatic fashion, she suggested the reforms would cause the apocalypse. When a member of the media suggested it was “not the end of the world,” she doubled-down on the rhetoric.
“No, it is the end of the world. The debate on health care is like death. This is Armageddon,” Pelosi exclaimed. “This is a very big deal. Because you know why? There’s really a very hard way to come back from this. They take us further, more deeply into debt.”
Confusing the situation further, the California representative changed her tune. “The only reason it isn’t the end of the world is because America is a great country,” Pelosi said, contradicting her previous statement. “And the greatness of America, and the fact that God is always with us, is what gives us hope.”
In the Name of God
On Thursday, the House minority leader took another turn at being prophetic. Pelosi once again addressed the media this time to discuss the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Top Democrats plan to attach DACA to the budget deal, which could force a government shutdown.
Although, there is no need to worry according to the representative. “But I’m optimistic. I always have been. God is with us on this,” Pelosi assured reporters. “80 percent at least of the American people support the DREAMers,” Ironically, Pelosi has not always been fond of God meddling in her press conferences.
While discussing religious lawsuits filed against Obama mandates forcing employers to cover birth control and abortion, Pelosi said she reserves religion for the church, not media events. “I do my religion on Sundays, in church, and I try to go other days of the week,” she asserted. “I don’t do it at this press conference.”