Here are some of the week’s most notable quotes.
“Kavanaugh referred to birth control – something more than 95 percent of women use in their lifetime – as an ‘abortion-inducing drug,’ which is not just flat-out wrong, but is anti-woman, anti-science propaganda. Women have every reason to believe their health and their lives are at stake.”
“It is a sad case of complete spiritual blindness.”
Texas Freedom Network spokesperson Jose Medina, testifying before the State Board of Education that the way the Civil War is represented by board-approved textbooks is based on ideology rather than fact.
“Take out all the propaganda, take out all the distortions that you passed in 2010. They reflected the political opinions and the personal views of the board members, they didn’t reflect the actual truth. We need to correct this and now’s the time to correct it.”
“Orphanages are still a possibility for some kids.”
“Dr. Shafi is a practicing, Mosque-attending muslim who claims not to follow sharia law or know what it is. As a practicing muslim that is an overt falsehood. Sharia law is anathema to our Constitution because Islam recognizes no other law but shariah.”