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Saturday, October 15, 2016

Paul Ryan Comes to Heel Behind Donald Trump Again, Begins Pushing Trump Campaign Narrative on Hillary Clinton's Catholic Smears

NEW YORK CITY, New York — Several days after House Speaker Paul Ryan failed in his latest attempt to undermine the Republican nominee for president Donald J. Trump’s chances of defeating Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Speaker has fallen back in line with the Trump campaign and has begun delivering the campaign’s core message for the day.

Late Wednesday afternoon, Ryan’s team issued a statement from the Speaker on the emails that surfaced via WikiLeaks showing the Hillary Clinton campaign’s spokeswoman Jennifer Palmieri’s disdain for Catholics. Ryan said in the statement:

The Clinton campaign’s disdain for the Catholic faith and Christian evangelicals is staggering. Catholicism has been the catalyst for the creation of hospitals, orphanages, and much of the university system across the world. To disparage the Catholic Church as ‘severely backwards’ is an insult to millions of people across the nation. If anything, these statements reveal the Clinton campaign’s hostile attitude toward people of faith in general. This is the United States of America—for centuries, people fled to our shores to find refuge from religious persecution. All Americans of faith should take a long, hard look at this and decide if these are the values we want to be represented in our next president. If Hillary Clinton continues to employ people with biased and bigoted views, it’s clear where her priorities lie.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I hope it's too little, too late for mr. ryan. He's just worried that he might lose his seat if he doesn't back our candidate.

Anonymous said...

All of those idiot Republican congressmen who don't get on the Trump train, should be kicked down the road at the next election cycle. Also local politicians. Changes can't be made with dissention in the ranks period. You have to get to the top of the mountain before you can be king of the hill.

Anonymous said...

I hope Mr Trump publicly tells Ryan to back off and sit with your other RINO & Dem friends. The heck with Ryan, McCain, and their cronies.