Pope Francis picked another fight with Donald Trump.
The head of the Catholic Church has a history of incendiary comments about Donald Trump and his “Make America Great Again” agenda.
And you won’t believe what Pope Francis said about Trump’s border wall.
Pope Francis will not stay quiet about his support for open borders and mass migration.
The Holy Father caused another international stir when he attacked Donald Trump’s proposed border wall.
Francis also took issue with President Trump’s border wall and other border fencing going up in the Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla. Asked specifically about these two walls, the pope warned that “builders of walls, whether they are of razor-wire or brick, will become prisoners of the walls they build. That’s history.”
We have seen that “we need bridges and we feel pain when we see people who prefer to build walls,” he said.
“Those who build bridges, on the other hand, will go far. Building bridges for me is something almost superhuman, it takes a very great effort,” he said.
“Walls, however, are against communication, they are for isolation and those who build them will become prisoners,” he said.
Pope Francis continually rankles Catholics around the world – especially in America – by putting his left-wing political activism ahead of spreading Christ’s teaching.
In this same speech where Francis attacked Trump’s border wall, the Pope also ripped conservatives that want secure borders as the ideological descendants of Adolph Hitler.
Breitbart also reports:
“I see that many people of good will, not only Catholics, are a bit gripped by fear, which is the usual message of populism,” the pope told reporters aboard the papal plane returning from Morocco to Rome.
“They sow fear and then make decisions. Fear is the beginning of dictatorships,” he said. “Let’s go back to the last century, to the fall of the Weimar Republic. I repeat this a lot. Germany needed a way out and, with promises and fears, Hitler came forward.”
These outrageous comments – combined with Francis turning a blind eye to a massive sexual abuse scandal in the Church – will only lead to increased calls for Francis’ resignation.
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