Clinton’s Campaign Members Slander Conservative Catholics

A new release from WikiLeaks reveals key members in Clinton’s campaign openly mocking conservative Catholic groups.

More than 1,000 emails were released Tuesday detailing the slander committed by members of the Clinton campaign. The campaign members were Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, Hillary for America communications director, Jennifer Palmieri, and John Halpin of the Center for American Progress.

The campaign members were found criticizing Robert Murdoch, a media analyst, for raising his children Catholic.

Breitbart News reports:

“Friggin’ Murdoch baptized his kids in the Jordan where John the Baptist baptized Jesus,” he lamented.

The same members also referred to conservative Catholicism as a “bastardization of the faith.”

Breitbart News reports:

“It’s an amazing bastardization of the faith,” he continues. “They must be attracted to the systematic thought and severely backward gender relations and must be totally unaware of Catholic democracy.”

The emails continued in a back-and-forth banter, insinuating that the attraction to the Catholic faith should be in political and social reasoning rather than faith.

Breitbart News reports:

In her response, Jennifer Palmieri wrote, “I imagine they think it is the most socially acceptable politically conservative religion. Their rich friends wouldn’t understand if they became evangelicals.”

After her “deplorables” comment, Clinton received a large amount of backlash; however, her campaign members seem to think they do not have to hold any amount of respect for the American people either.

Bill Donohue, founder of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, is one of many who have denounced the actions of the campaign members. No official repercussions have been sentenced to Clinton’s aforementioned workers; however, Donahue is holding Clinton personally responsible for their accountability.

Breitbart News reports:

Bill Donohue, founder of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, was quick to decry the “bigoted comments” coming from key members of the Clinton campaign, noting that their “contempt for Catholicism is palpable.”

Though such behavior can be expected from Hillary Clinton herself, members of her campaign should be held to a higher standard.

Clinton’s campaign seems to be based solely off of lies and slandering, considering her recent verbal attacks on Donald Trump, especially during the Presidential debates.

What are your thoughts? Should the members of Clinton’s campaign be reprimanded for their actions?

Or is it all part of political banter?

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