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Nuns appeal to Sen. Braun for safe voting for the elderly

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A group of 150 Catholic nuns in Indiana have sent a letter to Senator Mike Braun, expressing their concerns about the upcoming election.

The sisters reached out to Braun, who is Catholic, urging him to provide emergency election funding for Indiana in order to make it safer for elderly Hoosiers to vote.

They mention the challenges of protecting the elderly during the pandemic, and the need to enable each and every American the oppurtunity to have their voices be heard in November.

You can read the letter by clicking here.

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1 comment

Charles U Farley July 22, 2020 at 9:02 am

The Catholic Church should just be ignored at this point, we don’t need any more cross waving SJW’s. They helped ram Obamacare down our throats (then amusingly got burned by the contraception mandate), they support open borders and even collect Federal dollars for “refugee” programs, they support government charity (a.k.a. handouts), and now they support cheat-by-mail.

Good Catholics need to walk away and stop tithing to an organization that is working against you.


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