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Frightening: “Everybody who meets Amy loves her”

Frightening: “Everybody who meets Amy loves her”

University of Notre Dame Law Professor Carter Snead warmly commended Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett who has been a friend and colleague for more than 15 years. Talking to EWTN, Snead said that Coney Barrett is “one of the most extraordinary human beings you would ever hope to meet.” He calls her brilliant, absolutely extraordinary, kind, generous, humble, warm, selfless, and brilliant again. Then a frightening statement, “Everybody who meets Amy loves her.”

A Teacher at Notre Dame University

Snead mentioned her seven children of which two are adopted. The youngest, Benjamin, suffers from down syndrome and is in elementary school. Before Amy Coney Barrett goes to work as a judge, she picks up Benjamin upstairs in his room. She puts him on her back and gives him a piggyback ride down the stairs for breakfast. Coney Barrett teaches one day a week at Notre Dame University. Snead calls Notre Dame University “the Blessed Mother’s University” which takes its Catholic mission seriously. He mentions the leadership of G. Marcus Cole, the dean of Law School. However, Notre Dame is known for promoting dissent, pro-abortion politicians and Transvestite Ideology.

The Role of Religion

Snead was also asked about the role of the Catholic faith in Judge Coney Barret’s life. His answer is thin, “She is an engaged member of the community. She believes in service to the others. The greatest influence of her Faith is to see and treat her neighbor as she would treat herself, in fact, in most cases better than she treats herself.”

Religion Is a “Non-Issue”

Megan Edwards, the sister of Amy Coney Barrett told FoxNews that “yes, Amy is a person of Faith, she prays every day, she and her family go to church together.” However, Megan added that this is a “non-issue.” She insisted that Amy, as a judge, does not impart her own opinions and her own beliefs. This is the difference between conservative judges and so called progessive judges who always decide according to their opinions and beliefs.
comfort ye
So, it looks like the consensus is: "Can anything good come from Notre Dame?"
rhemes1582
Thanks for the news Gloria.TV
foward
But does anyone wonder if someone can be a Mason and a Judge?
southpaul55
So glad to hear that this "conservative" nominee has two sets of moral standards as against one for progressives. Love the irony. She can enjoy being behind the bar in this world and may well be behind another in the next. Sorry Roe!
Ultraviolet
$500 says Professor Snead doesn't have a poll supporting his claim. Nobody is loved by "everybody". Even Jesus was hated by the scribes and Pharisees.
comfort ye
Who decided there was something "frightening" in this report? That is a complete misrepresentation of the story