It’s Sunday…a fitting day for news dealing with religion. What we are presenting, however, is a perversion of being of good faith, the interjection of a religious leader who lives in his own fortress, surrounded by massive, 50-foot tall, ten-feet thick towering walls and protected by his own army, interfering in U.S. border policies. If you guessed Pope Francis, who resides in Vatican City, protected by Swiss Army guards, you win the gold star.
The Vatican News service boasts that the pope —- an elitist Marxist who lives surrounded by opulence —- is spending some of the ample cash at his disposal on financing the caravans of illegal aliens from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras into the United States. The invaders are currently being dumped in Tucson, thanks to the Argentine Pope.
A hypocrite who judges what’s in the heart of others, Francis ridiculed President Trump using these words, “A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian.” Francis’ own wall remains solid and impenetrable.
He displayed blatant disrespect to America previously when he was invited to address a joint session of congress in 2015, but stopped off first to chat in Spanish with the Communist Castro brothers, Fidel (died 2016) and Raul. They are the Russian-aligned duo responsible for the substandard living conditions the repressed residents of Cuba have endured since 1959 in the once bustling tourist mecca, 90 miles off the southern Florida coast.
Francis has repeatedly insulted President Trump and attempted to interject himself into our elections. Though America is the most generous of all nations, he frequently chastises us on the hot-button issues that drive the left: consumerism and global warming.
Worst of all, he is responsible for concealing the rampant sexual abuse in the church until he was forced to hold a 4-day “summit,” where he apologized for the systemic perversion, calling the same clergy he protected, “instruments of Satan.”
He initially issued a lame apology, telling victims the Vatican “felt shame and sorrow” and “the pope is on your side.”
This 2018 news report includes information regarding the Grand Jury report of ’horrific” ongoing child sexual abuse in the Pennsylvania diocese alone. The Pennsylvania Attorney General said the report showed a “systematic cover up by senior church officials in Pennsylvania and at the Vatican.”
It’s time for Francis to get the same treatment given to Pope Benedict XVI — a righteous man who did not deserve to be banished, never to be seen or heard of again. His reported “resignation” was the first of its kind in nearly 600 years.