Civitas Outlines The Left’s Double Standards

“Last fall, Policy Watch set the standard that “bigoted hate speech” involves criticizing an individual based on his or her religious beliefs or claiming that one’s religion motivates their policy decisions.

Indeed, Policy Watch sought out a quote from a local Rabbi, who declared “Criticizing Attorney General Josh Stein based on his religious beliefs is beyond the pale and should have no place in North Carolina politics.”

Now fast forward to last week, and an article published by NC Policy Watch attacking Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh, in which the author suggests Kavanaugh would base his judgement on a critical federal case because…wait for it…he is Catholic.”

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Read more about NC Policy Watch and their habit of manufacturing outrage over tactics they themselves love to use, flipping back and forth to whatever best suits their Leftist narrative.

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