Nancy Pelosi and Her Bizarre Talk On Illegal Aliens, Jesus and Moses

Bill Hitchcock July 26, 2014 1
Nancy Pelosi and Her Bizarre Talk On Illegal Aliens, Jesus and Moses

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi made some rather bizarre comments about the influx of illegal aliens at the US and Mexican border. Pelosi attempted to draw a parallel between the child immigrants and Christ by saying that the, “baby Jesus was a refugee from violence”. She also said, “What would we do if Moses had not been accepted by the Pharaohs family? We would not have the Ten Commandments for starters. You understand my point…”

Nancy Pelosi: You don’t have to live like a refugee

Robert Rowe /Western Free Press

Representative Nancy Pelosi and the the refugees …

Evidently, Nancy Pelosi flunked Bible classes, her claim that Jesus was a refugee and we should treat illegal aliens as refugees (just like Jesus) is utterly ludicrous. As preposterous as this is, she’s also doubled down on this stupid statement:

“These are children coming over the border. They are children,” she said as if we don’t know that they are children. “What would we do if Moses had not been accepted by the Pharaohs family?” she asked and answered, saying “We would not have the Ten Commandments for starters. You understand my point, historically we have a challenge and we have examples of humanitarian assistance that should guide us.”

“You could even speak about, if it’s your tradition, Moses,” she said. “What would we do if Moses had not been accepted by the pharaoh’s family? We wouldn’t have the Ten Commandments for starters.”

Just days ago Pelosi claimed that Jesus was a refugee:

Read the entire article plus watch the video of Nancy Pelosi and her Jesus and Moses comments at the Western Free Press


One Comment »

  1. stan July 28, 2014 at 7:50 AM - Reply

    bill,

    the most frightening thing is mind set of the

    people who are voting to keep her in office.

    i always wondered who are those who worship the

    beast. GOD BLESS

    stan

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