Amy Barrett Sides With Israel Against Palestine, Calling It A “Jewish-Palestine” Conflict

( Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett heard a case about the public funding of religious schools last Wednesday, and during the case, she very clearly sided with Israel in the Israel-Palestine conflict.

In a question directed at the Maine Chief Deputy Attorney General, Barrett referred to the conflict as the “Jewish-Palestinian” conflict – an accurate assessment given that the goal of Palestine’s leaders is to wipe Jews off the face of the earth along with Israel.

The case, Carson v. Makin, focuses on a Maine school tuition program that excludes religious schools. Two families filed a lawsuit after being denied tuition assistance, arguing that their religious freedom and equal protection rights were violated by the rule.

Under the system, people who live in rural areas who don’t have access to regular public schools are given a subsidy to study at a private school – however, the schools must be non-religious.

Rachel Laser, who is the head of the Americans United for Separation of Church and State organization, responded to Barrett’s comments by claiming that the conservative justices on the Supreme Court “may be poised to turn America’s foundational principle of religious freedom on its head.”

Which is…well…not true. Since when is Justice Barret against religious freedom?

In a tweet, Laser called on Barrett to “stop using Judaism to support undermining church-state separation” – but she didn’t elaborate on precisely how Barrett is doing this.

Do you understand her logic? We don’t.