Pope Francis angrily slaps hand of woman who said ‘Help me!’

But this imposter of a pope actually has the conceit that he’s “on the waiting list” for sainthood.

Louis Caslano reports for Fox News that last night, Dec. 31, 2019, “A visibly annoyed Pope Francis slapped away a woman’s hand and pulled himself away from her while greeting a crowd in St. Peter’s Square Tuesday night.”

The exchange was captured on video in @CatholicSat’s tweet, with this comment:

This evening after visiting the Nativity scene in St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis loses his cool after being grabbed by a pilgrim who wouldn’t let go of his hand. The Pope repeated slapped her hand and told her to let go of him.

Here’s the video.

At the 00:06 mark in the video, as the pope, with a visibly angry, annoyed look on his face, turns away from the woman after slapping her hand, I can clearly hear the woman say:

“Help me!”

What would Jesus have done?

Update (Jan. 4, 2020):

Pope Francis issued an apology, but then this tweet shows him slapping another woman’s hand, which means he has a history of being rude to and abusing well-wishers who reach out to him. (H/t Lola)

~Eowyn

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Jackie Puppet
8 months ago

I feel sorry for the woman, who believes that somehow Franky can actually help her with her problems. 😔

He’s probably thinking “Why am I not the False Prophet by now?”

John DiPizzo
John DiPizzo
8 months ago

After he slapped her hand, she should have slapped his face.

chemtrailssuck
chemtrailssuck
8 months ago
Reply to  John DiPizzo

Don’t repay evil with evil….

William
William
8 months ago

What an asshole

Alma
Alma
8 months ago

Before his elevation to the papacy, I knew this miserable son of a bitch to be an impostor too bad she couldn’t slap him back!

William
William
8 months ago

If only we had a Martin Luther with us today to get in his face and call him on his BS. Instead “world leaders” and the MSM fawn all over this reprobate

SAF
SAF
8 months ago
Reply to  William

Martin Luther would be in lockstep with Bergoglio. Birds of a feather, both heretics, both egotists, both schismatic anti-Christs, both ruthless cowards promoting themselves, not the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Luther was also suspected of Antisemitism — on his own church in Wittenburg he installed a “Judensau,” an obscene folk cartoon of Jews sucking on a pig.

One of the first things Bergoglio did when he became pontiff was to issue a postage stamp featuring Martin Luther.

We can largely thank Martin Luther for the mess we have on our hands today.

DCG
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DCG
8 months ago

What a jerk.

Maryaha
Maryaha
8 months ago

And then there’s this alternate version.😇

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iviptwESqtc&feature=youtu.be

DCG
Admin
DCG
8 months ago
Reply to  Maryaha

Carpe Donktum always comes through!

Goldbug
Goldbug
8 months ago

Phony Pope Frankie was only selected to replace his predecessor (now locked away and silenced) because he is willing to promote Islam and global government, rid the planet of Christianity, and continue laundering the world’s drug monies through the Vatican Bank. Beelzebub incarnate.

Reuben G.
Reuben G.
8 months ago

There can only be one pope, and he is Benedict XVI

https://www.barnhardt.biz/the-bergoglian-antipapcy/

Kelleigh
Kelleigh
8 months ago

I find this horribly sad for my Catholic family and my Catholic friends. The church needs a good leader, not this man. Believers are leaving the church because of this pope. And in the world today, they need a strong leader, a Biblical teacher, not this globalist Islam lover.

Alma
Alma
8 months ago
Reply to  Kelleigh

Catholic churches are closing and merging into one because congregations are shrinking, there is a low attendance and we are experiencing a shortage in priests. It is very sad when we hear priests abusing children, boys and girls, and the upper echelons covering up. Also there are many non-denomination churches popping up everywhere as well as television ministries with a different approach, I don’t criticize any, as long as the message given comes from the heart in the name of God, but that too is dwindling, our youngsters need God in their lives if we ever want to survive in… Read more »

William
William
8 months ago
Reply to  Alma

Christianity, or what we call Christianity, has been so watered down by modernism and then postmodernism that it has lost it’s original supernatural authenticity and power. People now pick and choose what they wish to believe, cobbling together bits and pieces of various quasi-theistic belief systems and call themselves Christian. Or more often “spiritual” as if that actually means anything. There has been a great falling away but God’s will will be done regardless. God loves us beyond our ability to comprehend but He doesn’t need us and He doesn’t need the church

SAF
SAF
8 months ago
Reply to  Alma

So true, Alma, yet the tragedy is that alleged sexual abuses have become politically motivated weapons to destroy those who may not conform to the influence Freemasonry and communism have on the Catholic Church today. The corruption within the institution of the Catholic Church is staggering, given the Vatican, the Lateran Treaty, and the fact that what has happened to the Catholic Church since 1929 is a result of political and economic expediency. Unfortunately, it is indeed youngsters — unless they have exceptionally devout Christian parents, who suffer the consequences of this horror largely conflagrated by the Freemasons and their… Read more »

YouKnowWho
YouKnowWho
8 months ago

pino – Pope in Name Only

Dave
Editor
8 months ago

If this fraud is a man of God, I am going to be named Dave, the Exalted, Most High Ruler of the Universe any day now.

79Jupiters
79Jupiters
8 months ago

What would Stalin have done? That would be more apropos.

Alma
Alma
8 months ago

Too late for this aberrant sack of shit for apologies, burn in the cauldrons of hell impostor, you are a low life communist.

Liberty Writer
Liberty Writer
8 months ago

Watch the full video. The Pope is looking and walking away when this woman reaches out grabs his hand with a strong grip and yanks the Pope around and back towards her.
Maybe a staged video/event???

TrailDust
Admin
8 months ago

This particular pope would be of no benefit to her unless she was trying to fund a communist militia in Latin America.

Captain America
Captain America
8 months ago

She is probably a good, Christian woman, and her touch burned the black pope.

Iamdust
Iamdust
8 months ago

Shame on our Pope – Mark CH 5:25-34 25 There was a woman afflicted with hemorrhages for twelve years. 26 She had suffered greatly at the hands of many doctors and had spent all that she had. Yet she was not helped but only grew worse. 27 She had heard about Jesus and came up behind him in the crowd and touched his cloak. 28 She said, “If I but touch his clothes, I shall be cured.” 29 Immediately her flow of blood dried up. She felt in her body that she was healed of her affliction. 30 Jesus, aware… Read more »

Steven Broiles
8 months ago

I have read that the woman was attempting to call for help for China. Whatever the case may be, I have read that Frankenpope has a volcanic temper and a dirty mouth, to boot.

Hey, Hey, Ho, Ho, FRANKENPOPE has got to go!

(For more intel on what is going on in the Church, I recommended Leo Zagami.)

chemtrailssuck
chemtrailssuck
8 months ago

He’s evil, big surprise. He’s already denied Christ, hasn’t he? Oh, that’s right, he said something about Jesus and a “failure on the cross”? He’s not a Christian, he’s of the evil one.

SAF
SAF
8 months ago

What would happen if President Trump slapped a woman this way?