Catholic Bishop Calls Hillary Clinton ‘Evil Woman’ Over Abortion

Former Secretary of State and failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made a disturbing comparison between pro-life activists and those who use rape as a weapon of war in Ukraine and Afghanistan.

This did not sit well with Catholic Bishop Joseph Strickland of the Diocese of Tyler, Texas. The church official implored the faithful to “please, please do not listen to this evil woman.” He added in the tweet that “her lies and immorality need to be silenced for the good of humanity.”

Clinton lamented the “pushback” against abortion and said that “rights” are under attack from conservatives. Then she went further.

Citing violence-ridden places such as Iran, Afghanistan, and Ukraine, “where rape is a tactic of war,” she blamed cultural and political forces in the U.S. for assaulting “women’s health care and bodily autonomy.”

Her statements on PBS drew instant agreement from host Christiane Amanpour. Her response was to simply equate the “pushback on American women’s rights” with Clinton’s “trying to figure a way forward.”

Amanpour referenced a Clinton remark from 1995 asserting that these rights were “unfinished business.”

Bishop Strickland, for one, did not take their exchange lightly. His posting was attached to an article detailing the Clinton Presidential Center’s summit on women’s rights.

While addressing the summit, the former first lady drew another obscene parallel between the suffering of women in Sudan and those in the U.S.

She called it “shocking” that there is a comparison between American women and “poor Afghanistan and Sudan.” But continuing her own comparison, she claimed that women in an “advanced economy, as we allegedly are,” share a position with those in war-torn third-world nations.

After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and returned the issue to states, Clinton asserted that limits on abortions are anti-democratic. She called it a fight “between autocracy and democracy” and again lamented her own comparisons between women in the U.S. and other countries.

In the universe of leftist radicals there is no room for dissent. As Clinton so clearly illustrates, there is only one narrative that is democratic and just. Unfortunately, that standard applies on the left even if the results of democracy go against their worldview, which is the definition of autocracy.

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