Edit: Of course, a south of the border type with militant Marxist attitudes, like Bergoglio, will disapprove of free men being armed, but this Pope is hardly disinterested. Rather than representing the Church founded by Jesus Christ, this evil man seems desirous to style himself as a kind of celebrity spiritual leader of the Globohomo with its schemes to destroy the West and enslave the human race. It’s a little hard to understand why a man, even an Ersatz Bishop, whose life is defended by men who carry guns, would want to deprive others of the right of self-defense.
Actually, if Bergoglio agrees to dismiss the Swiss Guards and forbid any security detail protecting him from carrying guns, he might be credible.
Rather than admitting this clear conflict of interest, Bergoglio adds his two cents in a conflict that is calculated to disadvantage free men in the United States. Why doesn’t he spend more time protecting victims or human trafficking in Mexico or the victims of abortion numbering in the millions and leading to an ever darker and more economically disadvantaged world. His indifference to the welfare of workers and the unborn isn’t all, he doesn’t care about the victims of priests and bishops he protects.
Rather than protecting the law abiding people of Western countries from being swamped by lawless murderous immigrants, Bergoglio encourages their lawless rampage. So his school shooter, Salvador Ramos, surely must be one of Bergoglio’s immigrants, no? Allegedly, he was born in Fargo, North Dakota, but it’s very likely his parents and grandparents are themselves immigrants.
[Georgia Public Broadcasting] I am praying for the children and adults who were killed, and for their families," Pope Francis said in his weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square.
The pope said it's time for new limits on the sale of guns. Pope Francis says that his heart is broken over the mass shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, and that the U.S. must act to prevent the spread of guns.
“I am praying for the children and adults who were killed, and for their families. It is time to say enough to the indiscriminate trafficking of arms," Francis said on Wednesday, during his weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican. In the attack, 19 students and two adults died. The 18-year-old gunman, who lived in Uvalde, reportedly bought at least two semi-automatic rifles after his most recent birthday.