Kavanaugh hearings: "Whether it's Amy Coney Barrett or Brett Kavanaugh, the implication is always there, that one's Catholicism somehow discredits a person for public life..." @DanHenninger

Oct 06, 04:36 AM

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Kavanaugh hearings: "Whether it's Amy Coney Barrett or Brett Kavanaugh, the implication is always there, that one's Catholicism somehow discredits a person for public life…" @DanHenninger

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