Jamie Stiehm’s idiotic anti-Catholic rant against Justice Sotomayor and the Supreme Court has earned widespread derision. But here’s another nefarious development that will alarm Stiehm:
The Supreme Court has scheduled oral argument in the HHS mandate cases (Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood) for March 25—which, as Catholic conspirators know, is the Feast of the Annunciation in the Catholic church’s calendar. I’m sure that Stiehm will figure out that Justice Sotomayor lobbied for this date—which, fittingly, is nine months before Christmas—in order to highlight the importance of protecting religious believers from being compelled to participate in the provision of embryo-killing drugs.
Here’s my own tweet-burst (best read from bottom to top) on Stiehm’s deep insights: