Amid tough reelection, pro-abortion Rep. Leger Fernandez plays up spirituality

This Easter season, far-left U.S. Rep. Teresa Leger Fernandez is playing up her supposed Catholicism, sharing photographs and videos of her pilgrimage to Santuario de Chimayó, an annual Lenten pilgrimage for healing in northern New Mexico.

Leger Fernandez, who was first elected in 2020 as a radical pro-abortion up-to-birth candidate, recently had her district lines redrawn to only favor Democrats by a thin five points. So, this Easter season, she is pulling out all the stops, even posing in front of a statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe to wish Santuario de Chimayó pilgrims a safe journey.

She said in the clip, “It’s Good Friday. I know we’re each doing the thing that sustains us and fulfills us. I’m beginning my walk to the Santuario. And I wish all those who are walking, all those who are reflecting, all those who are thinking about Spring and this beautiful day, a beautiful day today.” 

In another clip posted to Twitter, Leger Fernandez admired the lowriders, a staple of Española-area culture, while she walked to the shrine.

Then on Saturday, Leger Fernandez posted on Twitter with some workers from Olivia’s Café in Las Vegas, “Sending gratitude to all those who are working hard to help New Mexicans enjoy this holiday weekend – like the wonderful staff of Olivia’s in Las Vegas! If you are going out to celebrate, please remember to #eatlocal!” 

On Easter Sunday, Leger Fernandez posted, “Happy Easter Sunday – y felices Pascuas! May all who are celebrating today have a joyful Sunday surrounded by family and loved ones. May the Lord bless you and keep you – que Dios te bendiga y su familiar.”

Although Leger Fernandez is playing up her spirituality during Easter, she supports full-term abortion and has been one of the most vocal supporters of the child-killing procedure in the state.

She wrote in September 2021 that Congress must pass the abortion up-to-birth “Women’s Health Protection Act,” which she claimed secured access to “abortion care.” 

She also posted support for abortions alongside far-left Rep. Melanie Stansbury, who also backs unlimited abortions for any reason: 

The irony of Leger Fernandez posing in front of Our Lady of Guadalupe is that the Marian apparition is not only the Patroness of the Americas in the Catholic Church, but she is also the Patroness of the Unborn.

Nearly 500 years ago, Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared to St. Juan Diego nearly 500 years ago as the foremost mother of God.

“Listen, and let it penetrate your heart, my dear little son; do not be troubled or weighted down with grief. Do not fear any illness or vexation, anxiety or pain,” Our Lady of Guadalupe is quoted as comforting Diego. “Am I not here who am your Mother? Are you not under my shadow and protection? Am I not your fountain of life? Are you not in the folds of my mantle? In the crossing of my arms? Is there anything else you need?”

Her miraculous apparition led to the defeat of child sacrifice across the Americas. “In 1531, the apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe brought an end to human sacrifice all over the Americas,” reported AXTCatholic. 

During the dedication of a new pyramid temple the Chronicles of 1487 show that up to 80,000 human sacrifices occurred in four days. Woodrow Borah, a leading authority on the demography of Mexico at the time of the Spanish conquest, estimated that the number of humans sacrificed in Mexico in the fifteenth century to be 250,000 per year. The early Mexican historian Ixtlilxochitl estimated that one out of every five children in Mexico was sacrificed to the Aztec gods.

But the apparitions of Our Lady of Guadalupe changed darkness into light almost overnight even though in 1534 King Henry VIII declared himself supreme head of the Church of England. Approximately 8-10 million Catholics left the Church in Europe due to the Reformation and at the same time approximately 8-10 million Aztecs converted to the Roman Catholic Church because of the apparitions.

Now, as Leger Fernandez attempts to cling to power by being elected to another term in Congress, she hopes voters will see her social media posts touting supposed Catholic faith while ignoring her stalwart support for the ending of unborn lives in the womb — the very opposite message of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the teachings of the Church. 

4 thoughts on “Amid tough reelection, pro-abortion Rep. Leger Fernandez plays up spirituality”

  1. It amazes me what a hypocrite abortionist will do to get re-elected. Leger Fernandez fakes her faith and wants us to believe she is good catholic.

  2. The church has a responsibility to call out all apostates and throw them out no matter who they are. Their slacking just weakens the faith of those who need the strength of the church to guide them in these treacherous times. This makes all catholics look bad.

    These satanists use inversion to publicly display their loyalty to the father of lies. She is using those photos to convey evil.

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