Pope Francis compares President Trump to homicidal tyrant King Herod, and anti-LGBT to Hitler

I thought the Catholic Church, like other religions, have tax-exempt status so long as the clergy refrain from politics and making political pronouncements.

Not only do some priests and deacons violate that rule, Pope Francis clearly exempts himself from that rule as well.

Not only has Jorge Bergoglio, his real name, made comments that are political in nature, he calls people who are critical of homosexuals “Hitler”. Pope Francis also compares President Trump to the homicidal tyrant King Herod who, in an attempt to kill baby Jesus, gave orders to kill all 2-year-old and younger male babies in Bethlehem and its vicinity (the Massacre of the Innocents in the New Testament). But Bergoglio doesn’t have the integrity or guts to actually name Trump, although it is obvious his target is Trump.

According to BreakingIsraelNews, La Civilta Cattolica reported on Dec. 6, 2019 that while visiting Thailand, in an oblique reference to President Trump’s policies on the southern border, Pope Francis compared the policy of building border walls and refugee detention centers to the acts of King Herod. The pope said: “In other parts, there are walls that even separate children from parents. Herod comes to mind. Yet for drugs, there’s no wall to keep them out.”

Earlier, on Nov. 15, 2019 at the 20th World Congress of the International Association of Criminal Law in Rome, Pope Francis called “goverment leaders” who oppose homosexuality Hitler-like.

Calvin Freiburger reports for LifeSiteNews that Pope Francis said (the Vatican has published the original Italian here):

“It is not coincidental that at times there is a resurgence of symbols typical of Nazism. And I must confess to you that when I hear a speech (by) someone responsible for order or for a government, I think of speeches by Hitler in 1934, 1936. With the persecution of Jews, gypsies, and people with homosexual tendencies, today these actions are typical (and) represent ‘par excellence’ a culture of waste and hate. That is what was done in those days and today it is happening again.”

Although the Pope made his remarks in his “typically ambiguous” way “without specifying any particular politicians, movements, or regions,” the news media understood those remarks as a broad criticism of politicians who oppose the homosexual agenda. As an example, Reuters ran the headline, “Pope compares politicians who rage against gays to Hitler,” and cites as an example Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who told an interviewer he would rather have a dead son than a gay son.

LifeSiteNews‘ Freiburger points out that “While left-wing activists often compare conservatives and Christians to Nazis for their views on issues such as homosexuality, the Nazi regime in fact sought to supplant Christianity, and its persecution of homosexuals came from its views on Aryan population growth, not out of any Christian understanding of the nature of sex and sin.”

Freiburger also notes that “given the pope’s broader record on LGBT issues, his remarks may extend to world leaders who merely express disapproval of homosexuality and oppose the LGBT agenda.” Freiburger cites the following as pointing to Pope Francis’ partiality toward homosexuals:

  • He met with various LGBT individuals and pro-LGBT groups, including the notorious Jesuit priest James Martin, who has touted the meeting as an endorsement of his “ministering with LGBT Catholics.”
  • This summer, Pope Francis appointed Newark archbishop Cardinal Joseph Tobin, who has vocally dissented from Catholic teaching on homosexuality, to the Congregation for Catholic Education.
  • The pope has sent mixed messages on the permissibility of same-sex relationships. In an interview six months into his pontificate that began in 2013, he recommended that the Church pull back from her perceived emphasis on “abortion, gay marriage and the use of contraceptive methods,” saying it is “not necessary to talk about these issues all the time.”

H/t John Molloy

Speaking of tyrants, see “Vatican threatens to excommunicate priest for criticizing Pope Francis”, “Catholic Church under Pope Francis: Critics censored, threatened with excommunication” and “Cardinal Müller: ‘Pervading sense of fear’ in Pope Francis’ Curia”.

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Reg

This man is a diseased, socialist, globalist plant.

Alma
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Alma

And I declare papi Franky Satan’s envoy to bring about the Antichrist. I despise him and hope the Archangel strikes his mighty sword deep in his heart.

Arthur W. Simpson
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Arthur W. Simpson

It is God’s will that the false prophet does what he does. Stay in Jesus.

William
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William

Amen

Steven Broiles
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Catholics have to wake up and realize that Holy Mother Church was infiltrated with the election of Roncalli as John XXIII in 1958. Be that as it may, we also have to realize that, as Benedict’s 2013 resignation was invalid, that he is still Pope—whether he likes it or not—-and that FRANKENPOPE is not. What Bergoglio is doing is classic psychological projection: “Accuse the other side of that which you are guilty!” as Dr. Mengele said. Frankenpope is a bum. He is also, in my opinion, a sodomite and a murderer. I have NOT been able to persuade anyone to… Read more »

Dave
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Dave

I think the people’s pride is what keeps them from seeing that this Jesuit is a fraud, and is misleading the flock to ruin. It takes the Holy Spirit to open ones eyes and unplug the ears, so it is obvious that the Spirit is not in them otherwise they would recognize the fraud.

Goldbug
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Goldbug

The main reasons this idiot is Pope is because he is willing to continue laundering drug money through Vatican Bank and usher in the world government, where his predecessor said NO and was stashed away in a vow of silence.

blather
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blather

People keep falling for this PHONY pagan man. Can’t the RAPE of little boys ever tell you something about these PAGAN Ministers?

YouKnowWho
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YouKnowWho

The Poop

Spike
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Spike

Pope Francis seems to be a pathetic person in general. More of an “Antichrist” than a man of God. He compromises with evil, seems to have more in common with them than God the Almighty.

Franklin Paredes
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Franklin Paredes

He is most likely a false prophet, we better pray for him

Alma
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Alma

Pray for him?

James Stepp
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James Stepp

Who decided this joker should be Pope? I don’t remember getting a vote on this!!! Some of what he’s quoted as saying strongly indicates he hasn’t been paying even the slightest attention to what’s going on in this World,as his words are completely irrelevant if not untrue.

Marcia Walsh
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whatever happened to clergy being celibate?

William
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William

The Reformation for one thing although by that time so much economic and political power had accrued to the Vatican that the popes of the time resembled our “untouchable” modern day politicians – do what thou wilt. Pope Alexander VI was 59 and had a 16 year old mistress as well as seven “illegitimate” children. Celibacy requires a sincere and deep spiritual commitment. And vice versa. Few are willing

Dave
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Time for the Catholic Church to send The Dope packing – before they lose what credibility they have left.

chemtrailssuck
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chemtrailssuck

Um, isn’t Francis (or Francine?) a zionist freemason in disguise?