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Sarah Palin: Nancy Pelosi Cares More About Illegals at Border than Unborn in America
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Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin suggested that House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) cares more about illegal immigrant children than the unborn in the United States after Pelosi went to the U.S.-Mexico border on Saturday and said America should view the border crisis as a "humanitarian opportunity."

Palin said her sister sent her the Breitbart TV report about Pelosi's comments over the weekend. According to Palin, Pelosi was "either speaking such gibberish, considering her track record, or confessing one heck of a great conversion."

"Yesterday, Ms. Pelosi spoke highly of illegal immigrants storming our U.S. border, including the children being used and abused in this crisis, and said America needs to look at this as an 'opportunity,' not a crisis," Palin said in a Facebook post on Sunday. "She proclaimed, 'every child, every person, has a spark of divinity in them and is therefore worthy of respect' because we are 'all God’s children.'"

Palin wondered, "How sincere is this politician’s concern?"

"Never seen as a pro-child/pro-life advocate with respect for that sacred 'spark of divinity' in every innocent human life in the womb, Ms. Pelosi often touts her Catholic faith but overlooks this doctrine her Church has preached for 2000 years," Palin continued. "Hopefully she’s changed her tune on the issue of life – in which case, I’m sure she’ll invite those who understand the impact a culture of life can have on America to use her new, refreshing advocacy statement."

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