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Trump’s Attorney General Pick William Barr Rejects Separation Of Church And State

Dec 10, 2018

By Michael Stone

Theocracy alert: Trump’s Attorney General Pick William Barr is a Catholic conservative who rejects the separation of church and state, calls secularists “fanatics,” and blames secularism for “moral decline.”

Earlier today Trump announced he would nominate William Barr to succeed Jeff Sessions as the nation’s attorney general. Barr previously served as attorney general under the late President George H.W. Bush.

Barr is a states’ rights, religious conservative who believes women do not have a constitutional right to abortion, that Roe vs. Wade was wrongly decided, and that the legality of abortion should be determined by individual states.

As attorney general under the late President George H.W. Bush, Barr was the architect of  America’s failed war on drugs and the current punitive criminal justice system. Barr was and is a big proponent of mass incarceration, despite the fact that research shows such a system fosters and promotes racial discrimination.

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One comment on “Trump’s Attorney General Pick William Barr Rejects Separation Of Church And State”

  • > “Barr was and is a big proponent of mass incarceration, despite the fact that research shows such a system fosters and promotes racial discrimination.”

    Shouldn’t that be:

    “Barr was and is a big proponent of mass incarceration, because of the fact that research shows such a system fosters and promotes racial discrimination.”

     

     

     


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