Fearmongering Pelosi: We should “be afraid” of “five guys” on #SCOTUS

Posted by: ST on July 11, 2014 at 11:51 am
Pelosi and Assad

”We came in friendship, hope, and determined that the road to Damascus is a road to peace.” – Pelosi on Assad, April 2007. But ‘five guys’ on the Supreme Court are frightening … SMH.

Considering the depth of ignorance on display here, it’s astonishing  how high this woman has risen in power in Congress over the last couple of decades. Then again, maybe not, considering how Democrats think and operate:

Americans should live in fear of the Supreme Court, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Thursday.

Hammering a pair of recent rulings related to birth control access, the House minority leader suggested the conservative-leaning court is stealing women’s freedoms when it comes to making healthcare choices.

“We should be afraid of this court. That five guys should start determining what contraceptions are legal or not. … It is so stunning,” Pelosi said during a press briefing in the Capitol.

Pelosi said last week’s Supreme Court ruling that the birth control mandate under President Obama’s healthcare reform law is a violation of religious freedom was particularly egregious.

“That court decision was a frightening one,” she said. “That five men should get down to the specifics of whether a woman should use a diaphragm and she should pay for it herself or her boss. It’s not her boss’s business. His business is whatever his business is. But it’s not what contraception she uses.”

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again in hopes it will sink in with the clueless: By forcing your boss to pay for healthcare options that go against his or her religious conscience, you ARE putting them in the middle of your healthcare decisions.  Furthermore, you’ve told them that their religious rights should be laid at the feet of the state simply because you want something that you think shouldn’t have to pay for.  Not only that, but in the case of Hobby Lobby, it already offers – and continues to offer – healthcare coverage for sixteen types pf birth control.  It wanted nothing to do, however, with abortifacients, which was the issue at the heart of their case against the Obama administration.

But we’ve rehashed that again and again. What I want to address is the sexism, yes, outright sexism Pelosi – and other female Democrat politicos and so-called “woman’s rights activists” on the left who’ve uttered similar remarks – has blatantly exhibited here, and how this disturbing double standard has unfortunately become “acceptable” over the years because too few have dared to question it and/or call it out.  Her implication here is that if we’d just had a Supreme Court full of women, they’ve have never ruled this way.  To Pelosi, there’s no way the five (male) justices who ruled the way they did in the Hobby Lobby case could have done so for any other reason other than they hate women or, at the very least, want to see them relegated back to being barefoot, pregnant, and in the kitchen.    Keep in mind that Pelosi has offered no legal basis for her disagreement with the high court’s decision, so we’re left to assume that not only does she believe the “five guys” are misogynists, but also that she’s in favor of women on the court ruling based on feelings rather than the law.  And here you thought, by the standards that Democrats themselves have set, that it was wrong to believe women make judgment calls based purely on their emotions.

Lastly, I want you to imagine for a second that we did have a majority female Supreme Court, and how high the level of outrage would be nationwide if anyone on the right condemned a case ruling based solely on the sex of the justices who ruled for or against it.   We’d be at Code Red on the outrage meter, and understandably so.  That we’re not when it comes to “reverse sexism” just shows how successful feminists on the left have been over the years at demonizing men and demagoguing and dumbing down the debate over women’s rights issues – and issues that go beyond women’s rights but are nevertheless hijacked by “feminists” for their own warped agendas.  That needs to change.

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12 Responses to “Fearmongering Pelosi: We should “be afraid” of “five guys” on #SCOTUS”


  1. formwiz says:

    Considering that, without vote fraud and judicial review, this country would look like it did in the 50s, Pelosi Galore better be careful of that for which she wishes.

  2. Phineas says:

    it’s astonishing how high this woman has risen in power in Congress over the last couple of decades.

    Safe seats and seniority. She and other urban progressives have risen in the ranks simply because they’ve outlasted everyone else.

    It’s not just cream that floats to the top. :-w

  3. BBHunter says:

    – She must be lying, her lips are moving (in spite of the botox).

    – BTW, where are all the feminazi’s on this. Her comments concerning “men” is totally sexist.

  4. What would she say if we suggested that Americans should instead be afraid of the three Jews who want to prohibit Christians from freely exercising their religion? The beyotch would (rightly) scream bloody murder.

  5. John W says:

    In the immortal words of The Alaskan Goddess, “Nancy Pelosi is a dingbat”. Hey Nancy, seven guys on the Supreme Ct ruled in favor of Roe v Wade, and you’re just fine with that, aren’t you?

  6. Carlos says:

    Nazi, however “educated”, should be the poster child for government indoctrination camps (aka, public schools), since she is the epitome of what “dumbed down” represents.

    If she’s the best her SF district can come up with, the big one sliding the bay area into the ocean can’t happen soon enough.

  7. Drew the Infidel says:

    The group to be most feared is the CA gaggle of Pelosi, Feinstein, Boxer, and Waters. There has not been a more gruesome collection of women such as this since the curtain went up on “Macbeth”.

  8. Brian Closs says:

    The slippery slope we should be concerned about is govt mandate to provide birth control to the mandate to take it…from the right to an abortion to the duty to have one…

  9. Eric says:

    The only point I disagree with is the notion that what Pelosi is doing is “Ignorant”. Of course, it looks stupid to, well, non-stupid people, but in the context of forwarding her left wing ideology, it makes perfect sense. That the Supreme Court would rule in favor of individual freedom over government power and control is a direct threat to her ideology, and so railing against the Court also helps rally her rabid left wing base. So, in that sense, her actions are quite rational.