Archbishop refuses Pelosi Communion; she fights back

The Associated Press reports from Washington that In response to the conservative Catholic archbishop of San Francisco's decision to refuse her Communion 

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday that she respects people's freedom to disagree, but not their right to force their ideas on others.

The Democrat from California claims to come from a huge family of anti-abortion individuals. "I appreciate the many perspectives on it. However, I have no regard for the fact

"Our archbishop has been adamantly opposed to LGBTQ rights," Pelosi noted. It was in fact because of him that a California ballot proposal was placed on the ballot."

In an interview with MSNBC's "Morning Joe," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi made the following remarks

A Catholic archbishop has threatened to withhold Communion from House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi because of her support for codifying the Supreme Court's abortion-rights-establishing Roe v.

Wade decision into law. Last week, it was defeated in the Senate after passing the House of Representatives.

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