Democrats have officially started going after adopted children for political reasons. In particular, Amy Coney Barrett adopted children. This is all a part of their game plan which is raw bigotry and hate to ultimately get President Trump out of office for good. At this point, there should be a countdown until the entire Democratic Party just crumbles.
President Trump recently announced Amy Coney Barrett as nominee for the Supreme Court seat vacated by Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This move could ultimately shift the nation’s highest court to the right if she’s confirmed by the Senate. It will be a fierce confirmation battle to confirm Barrett before the election on November 3.
“Today it is my honor to nominate one of our nation’s most brilliant and gifted legal minds to the Supreme Court. She is a woman of unparalleled achievement, towering intellect, sterling credentials, and unyielding loyalty to the Constitution,” President Trump said in the Rose Garden alongside Barrett.
If you thought the Kavanaugh accusations were bad, just wait until you hear what people are saying about Barrett’s adopted children from Haiti. Amy Coney Barrett has seven children, ranging in age from 8-19. Two of the Barrett Children are adopted from Haiti and their youngest biological child was diagnosed with Down syndrome.
Managing director for NextGenAmerica John Lee Brougher went on Twitter to question Amy Coney Barrett on whether she *illegally* adopted her children from Haiti.
“As an adoptee, I need to know more about the circumstances of how Amy Coney Barrett came to adopt her children, and the treatment of them since. Transracial adoption is fraught with trauma and potential for harm, and everything I see here is deeply concerning,” Brougher tweeted.
Brougher later deleted the tweet and made his account private. Others of the radical left also questioned in a long thread whether Barrett’s adoptions amounted to human trafficking. That threat was also later deleted. It is a bad move for the left to try and misjudge police officers, moms, adopters, Catholics, Christians, what’s next?
Amy Coney Barrett has articulated the aspects of her religious and family life. She has introduced her seven children and talked about the experiences they have been through. The worst part of this targeting has been suggesting that interracial adoption is wrong in the first place. To see it being talked about by mainstream media platforms is even worse.
Trying to question the legitimacy of Barrett’s adoptions is just another distraction from remembering that somewhere Joe Biden is taking a nap right now.