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Representative Mary Elizabeth Coleman (r) [2019 file photo].

On Twitter:

Last night:

MaryElizabethColeman @meaccoleman
To call yourself an Irish Catholic while actively working against the teachings of the Catholic Church is …transparent.
9:07 PM · Sep 29, 2020

Well, the use of “teachings” [plural] is quite transparent.

Kyle Garner (D) [2015 file photo].

One of many series of responses:

Kyle Garner @KyleGarnerMO
Republicans “Attacking a person’s faith is off limits!”

Also Republicans:
12:35 PM · Sep 30, 2020

He continues:

So let’s talk about the teachings of the Catholic Church: What does the Church say about feeding the hungry? Caring for the sick? Welcoming the stranger? Worshipping gold? Protecting God’s creation Earth? Telling the truth? Paying fair share of taxes? 2/

Using the Lord’s name for your own purpose? Following false prophets? I could go on. Now let’s look at your leader vs the man you’re attacking. Biden is a lifelong Catholic & attends service regularly. Trump gassed Americans to hold a Bible upside down and feuded with the Pope 3/

In fact, the Pope, the leader of the Catholic Church you lie about following, denounced Trump as “not Christian” specifically for his violent cruelty to people. And that was before he set up concentration camps to sterilize women on our border. 4/

So spare us your pharisaical objections while you chant for Barabbas. You worship a man and elevate a Party that is the antithesis to Christianity and all Christ called us to be. end/

Wise men decided a long time ago: “…our Constitution was designed to avoid these ends by avoiding these beginnings…”