The New York Times Goes After Amy Coney Barrett's Adopted Children

The New York Times Goes After Amy Coney Barrett's Adopted Children

Throughout the past week, the nation got to know Judge Amy Coney Barrett and her family as she navigated the pressure cooker of Supreme Court confirmation hearings. What we learned was that Barrett is not just an eminently qualified juror, she is also a woman of deep moral conviction who opened her home to two adopted children. 

As Barrett said herself multiple times throughout the hearings, she did not want to put her family of seven children under the microscope by accepting the nomination to the Court, but she felt it was her duty to serve her country. And her children support her. The reports and smears from the Left, however, had already left their mark; she expressed disgust at some of the horrible things being said about her, her faith, and her family, particularly her adopted children. 

Almost unbelievably, Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats left Barrett's adoptive process and her children's stories out of the hearings, choosing instead to frame up Barrett as a death blow to Obamacare and abortion on demand. But where the Democrats declined to stoop so low as to scorn Barrett and her husband for their adoptive reasoning and process, the New York Times was happy to step in. 

"Judge Barrett has talked about their adoptions regularly in public speeches. She was inspired to adopt, she once explained, because 'there are so many children in need,'" the Times wrote. "Just as everything with her nomination, the adoptions have been hard to totally separate from the politics of the moment."

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