PopeWatch: Trump Nightmare

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PopeWatch: Trolling

PopeWatch suspects the Pope is just trolling us now:   Vatican City, Feb 14, 2019 / 05:41 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis

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  1. Wont be voting for Trump, but no problem with his quote. The pope a very political person: check. The United states having serious problems from our “open” border: check. Mexico wanting to keep things just the way they are because it works for Mexico: check.

  2. The venue?
    Cardinal Dolan v Bishop Jenky.
    12 rounds.
    Winner takes All……of Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen’s remains with them back to their respective diocese.

    Let’s get ready tooooo rummmmmmbbble!

  3. I’m sure UFC matchmaker Joe Silva is breathing a sigh of relief that Pope Francis is not trying to promote an MMA cage fight. I’d rather see Cardinal Dolan and Bishop Jenky throw down in the cage than the boxing ring.

  4. So the vengeful masses of passengers, having now rejected conservative principles for “nationalism” (that Fatherland stuff again?) wave passionately as they set sail on the S.S Trumptanic. The voyage will be delightful for a few days.
    Meanwhile on the other dock, the people that vote for selling baby body parts are concerned about Hillary’s lack of character, so they’re boarding the U.S.S.R. Marxism–an old ship that has always foundered wherever it sailed.
    Maybe the pope is right–the climate in America has certainly changed

  5. Pope John Paul II was extremely political too. He was constantly sticking his nose into death penalty cases, pleading with a bleeding heart for juries and judges to spare the lives of worthless murderers. The families of the victims, as I recall, didn’t think too much of his meddling.

  6. “Pope John Paul II was extremely political too. He was constantly sticking his nose into death penalty cases, pleading with a bleeding heart for juries and judges to spare the lives of worthless murderers. The families of the victims, as I recall, didn’t think too much of his meddling.”

    On this point Stephen, I have to agree. I think St. John Paul II’s anti-death penalty activism was irresponsible.

  7. Of course, Francis of the commie crucifix is political.
    He has rejected the teachings of the Church for an immoral
    political ideology.

    I lived in the Southwest at the border with Mexico. The Mexican
    people resent America, gringo land. They intend to reclaim American
    property they believe were stolen from them by the evil white
    gringos. They are destroying American kids with huge shipments
    of illegal drugs which are brought into the U.S. with the support of America’s
    ruling class. Most Mexicans no longer practice or live the Catholic
    faith. Many are violent gang bangers tattooed from head to toe, who
    will kill for a cigarette butt. Mexico may have been a devout Catholic
    country, but that was a long time ago.

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