Does putting the papist Amy Barrett on the Supreme Ct indicate that Evangelicals have embraced "moral relativity" & "ends justifies means"?

Updated 3 days ago:

To Antiliber:  I know what you're thinking but I am not anti-Catholic at all.  I used the word "Papist" deliberately.  Today's lesson:  some Protestants including Evangelicals in the past refused to use the word "catholic" because it literally means "all-encompassing" which they dispute.  I hope I managed to offend everyone.

Updated 3 days ago:

To kathy_is_a_nurse:  Please read my previous update and consider how I have so easily managed to offend both sides with my question.  

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  • rodcom
    Lv 6
    5 days ago
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    Being that there are so many evangelicals who do not even consider Catholics as Christians, I am sure that they are having issues deciding whether to support her.  Then again, they supported Trump, and he is pretty far from what a good Christian is supposed to be.

  • 5 days ago

    Pravda-style popular press, anarchy, nightly riots in democRAT cities, voter fraud and cancel culture are packed to the brim with moral relativity & ends justifying means. So, your premise is wrong.

  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    IDK, but it will certainly put a damper on the Jewish domination in America legal system. But not to worry, the Jews still control the media, politics, and the banks.

  • 5 days ago

    Maybe your male chauvinistic Anti-Catholicism is over taking your bleeding heart 

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  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    I don't, but God can make all things work together for good.

    I would say those openly for baby murder have the greater sin.

  • 5 days ago

    "Papist"!!! Here's a news flash, Ozzie, the Inquisition and witch-burning don't exist anymore.

  • 5 days ago

    We should fill the court with Baby killers instead? Would that be better? 

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