Refugee Resettlement Watch

Pope’s publicity stunt at Texas border timed to influence US election

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 17, 2016

Make no mistake, Pope Francis is interjecting himself into the 2016 Presidential election by walking with illegal aliens on the Mexican side of the border who want to get into the US.

This is a direct assault by the Catholic Church on Donald Trump and any other Republicans (including the Governor of Texas) who say they want to close the US border with Mexico.

How dare he!

From the Dallas Morning News about his walk with migrants he calls refugees.

They are not refugees! People escaping poverty or crime are not legally refugees, but the Pope and the NO Borders Left are purposefully confusing the terminology.  They want all migrants-on-the-move to be called REFUGEES who are then entitled to protection and welfare.

pope lampedusa

I’m never going to let readers forget that when the Pope went to the Italian island of Lampedusa in 2013 to “welcome” the illegal aliens coming from the Middle East and North Africa, he gave permission for the invasion of Europe. How dare he do the same here in a Presidential election year! https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2013/07/09/pope-lectures-on-lampedusa/

In his first speech to the church hierarchy over the weekend in Mexico City, Francis wasted little time in addressing the plight of migrants. “So many families are separated,” he said, “and integration into the supposedly ‘promised land’ is not always as easy as some believe.”

From the beginning of his pontificate, Francis, himself the son of immigrants, has made the treatment of migrants and refugees worldwide a priority. His first travel outside Rome was to the Italian island of Lampedusa, where boatloads of asylum-seekers from the Middle East and Africa had been landing.

Catholic officials have said the pope’s original plan was to cross the U.S.-Mexico border during his visit as a symbolic gesture of unity, but security and logistical barriers put an end to that idea. U.S. authorities were fearful that such a move would bring an onslaught of people across the border.

The closest Francis will get to the United States is about 50 yards from El Paso.

Across the river and through the fences, a limited group of “Francis VIPs,” including unauthorized immigrants seeking asylum in the United States, will assemble along the border and await the pope’s blessing.

Continue reading here.

Since the Pope won’t do it, it is up to you, American patriots, to keep reminding your friends and neighbors that the Catholic Church in America receives millions of your tax dollars to resettle refugees (including tens of thousands of Muslims), to take care of the Unaccompanied Alien Children, to harbor illegal aliens and to lobby for more migrants and more money (for themselves)!

19 Responses to “Pope’s publicity stunt at Texas border timed to influence US election”

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  6. ECM said

    More accurately, it’s a direct assault on US sovereignty which, in saner times, was considered an act of war.

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  7. Another shameless attempt to see that the flock has abundant resources to fleece.

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  10. This pope infuriates me on many fronts. He is not a godly man

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  11. We are a nation of Free People. We are not governed by out siders. Go back to Argentina. Bad enough having a Man from Africa play President.

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  12. Tell him to go back to Argentina, We have a Pope Benedict

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  13. Tom Angle said

    So is he saying it is alright for squatters to move into Apostolic Palace?

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  14. 7delta said

    The Pope is defying the God he claims to represent and serve. God established nations and borders. He charged nations with guarding their borders from invaders and protecting its own people, first and foremost. The Israelites got into major trouble with God, multiple times, for allowing the pagans to enter in such overwhelming numbers, the Jews took up worshiping the pagan gods and defiling the Temple. Free will does not exonerate anyone from the consequences of breaking God’s or the nation’s law, subversion or treason.

    Treating the “sojourner” and the “stranger” fairly is not the same as open borders and certainly doesn’t condone the moral corruptness of encouraging and rewarding breaking the law. As Jesus said, “Render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s and unto God, what is God’s.” IOW, obey the law and obey God. The two are not, and should not be, mutually exclusive. People who think that means a theocracy know nothing about Natural Law. A Godly government aligns with what Jesus said, but does not misuse that commandment to harm its own or for personal or political gain. Besides, not all sojourners and strangers are aliens, but are simply unknown to the community. God also said that the ones who are aliens are required to abide by the laws of the nation they enter, which includes the circumstances of their entrance. That also includes governments abiding by their own laws and making laws that protect and benefit its citizens above others. All of this and more is in the Bible.

    Open borders is not Biblical, so what makes this Pope think his “compassion” supersedes God’s Word? Is the Bible now a living, breathing document that can be progressively “modernized” for personal or political agendas? Neither God nor human nature ever changes.

    All of the “religious” volags might want to review what they claim to believe too, because one day, according to their own beliefs, they are going to have to explain before the Throne they claim to serve, why they supported “collective salvation”, what sort of “charity” uses government force and rewards them with funding from the “collective” public treasury, violates and risks the well being of the citizens, and quotes God’s Word, out of context, in open defiance of God’s instructions. The love of money and the root of all evil? Good intentions are not a defense when we have been provided with clear directions and the opportunity to educate ourselves about God, laws and yes, Islam.

    Support or ignorance of a political/religious ideology that is completely antithetical to the Judeo-Christian God must surely require a special explanation. The Bible tells us there will be many of them, but nowhere does it tell us to support or serve its desires. In fact, it’s just the opposite, just like that ideology is the opposite of Christ.

    We all make mistakes, but the Bible also tells us that all people who call themselves Christians will not enter into Heaven through the narrow gate. The volags and the Pope appear to be storming through the wide gate, calling “Lord! Lord!” That’s God’s decision, but all who call themselves Christians, with a special burden of responsibility on church leaders, are instructed to choose to live and believe according to God’s Word or risk that our Defense Counsel before the Throne may say, “I never knew you.”

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  15. Reblogged this on Rifleman III Journal and commented:
    This pope is political, and the Catholic Church should lose the tax exempt status it so enjoys.

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  16. Is Pope Angela Frances this dumb–or wants to destroy the West?

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  18. misterpaul5a said

    Perhaps the Pope would be better employed handing out contraceptives instead of interfering in the refugee and migrant crisis in South America.

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  19. Reblogged this on Kerberos616.

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