Figures. Democrats’ Faith Witness Says Catholic Church Beliefs Are “Bullsh*t”

Barry Lynn, the left’s favorite anti-Christian Christian leader, told a radical far left group this week that the Catholic Bishops’ beliefs and recent statements on Obama’s HHS mandate are “bullsh*t.”

Lynn was selected as the Democrat witness to the HHS Congressional panel of experts last month.

The National Catholic Register reported:

The “religious-liberty claim” of the likes of Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ president, in the debate over the Obama administration’s contraception/sterilization/abortion mandate is “bull****.”

That was the explicit message Barry Lynn, president of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, delivered at a feminist-majority “Women, Money, Power Forum” in Washington, D.C., March 29.

He joked that the word was one he had just learned from Republican presidential candidate and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, who recently used the expletive in a confrontation with a New York Times reporter.

Lynn was the final speaker for a panel titled “Bishops, Politicians and the War on Women’s Health.”

“What have we learned in school today?” he asked the crowd. “We learned that the Protestant religious right and the hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church today have no moral authority whatsoever to seize on the rights of women.”

Lynn had been the witness Democratic members of the House Government Oversight Committee originally submitted to appear at the now disingenuously infamous Feb. 16 hearing on religious liberty and the Health and Human Services mandate. He would go on to withdraw his name in protest when Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown Law activist, was denied a last-minute request to appear.

Of course, the fact that this anti-Christian loon was chosen by democrats as their faith witness at a Congressional hearing surprises no one.

Sandra “Give me free stuff” Fluke was also a speaker at this conference.

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