While going over the Hulu hit job on Phyllis Schlafly, the writer commended…
I wanted to see how “Mrs. Amerca” portrayed Schlafly, a larger-than-life personality whose strength lay in her Catholic faith — something nearly ignored, at least thus far, in the series. Maybe she is supposed to be a white evangelical?Hulu and the press give Schlafly top billing in new series. Her Catholic faith? Say what? by Julia Duin
It’s simple, really: don’t divide the base!
That is, don’t alienate the Hispanic Democratic voters: keep the guns trained on the white evangelicals.
It was those same ‘white, religious, conservative homemakers’ who elected President Donald Trump in 2016 and who continue to oppose abortion nearly 50 years after the Supreme Court legalized it.
When will the left wake up and actually listen to some of these women?Hulu and the press give Schlafly top billing in new series. Her Catholic faith? Say what? by Julia Duin
Well, they might after, say, abortion is legally treated as a form of murder, with both the mother and the doctor liable to the death penalty.
After such a crushing cultural defeat, there is a possibility that they will listen to conservative women, to understand how to market the best emotion-laden, deeply touching, heart-rendering, generous, profoundly religious arguments needed to get the child-killing going again.
“First thing on the bill: make sure that no women is ever executed for her role in killing her child. In the very core of their pure religious heart, those Christian women despise God’s law as much as we do… they just use more sweet, pious language to justify it.”
That’s when the secularists will listen to conservative women.
If they ever do.