An AWESOME TKC READER shares this local political mention and what might be one more reason to lose faith in the upcoming election . . .
"Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley already has written a stern letter to Democratic Minority Leader Chuck Schumer warning him not to permit any “anti-Catholic, anti-Christian, anti-faith vitriol in the hearings to come.” Barrett’s nomination did provoke dire concern—but it had nothing to do with her religion. "Hawley’s bluster is a typically pathetic attempt at obfuscation. In the reality that exists outside the pages of National Review and the story lines of the Fox News Cinematic Universe, Barrett’s nomination did provoke dire concern—but it had nothing to do with her religion. Since Trump announced his decision, Democrats have doggedly focused on the threat Barrett poses to the Affordable Care Act—especially since the Supreme Court is set to hear a challenge to the law just a week after the election in November."
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President Donald Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, like much else that's happened during his time in office, seems to be simultaneously taking place in two different worlds. In the right-wing alternative reality-the same one in which COVID-19 is less dangerous than the flu, U.S.