Thursday, 21 June 2018

Is Francis a liar? Says he was never told about the dubia

In a stunning interview, Jorge Bergoglio denies any knowledge of the Dubia of Four Cardinals on the heretical realities present in his Apostolic Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia.

Not only does the state that he found out about it "only from the newspapers," but he mocks the Cardinals stating, "a way of doing things that is, let's say, not ecclesial but we all make mistakes."

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That very statement is as preposterous as it is deceptive. The dubia is exactly how the matter should e addressed.
Make no mistake, Bergoglio is not ignorant of ecclesiastical norms or canon law, he knows full well what is required. Do not believe for a moment that he is simply demented. The fact is he is evil and a fraud.  

He stumbled and nearly fell in Switzerland today. 

8 comments:

Johnno said...

There are somethings for which there is simply no excuse...

But leave it to Cardinal Burke to try and save Francis' ass once again by telling LifeSiteNews that perhaps Bergolio didn't understand the reporter's question...

At this point I don't know who is more pathetic...

Francis for such blatant lies...

Or Burke, who refuses to follow up and even goes so far as to get Francis off the hook...

Just stop Burke. You and the Dubia Cardinal's silence has brought this on yourselves. If you'd kept up the pressure, there's no way Francis would feel so emboldened to take the next step to lie to our faces and slander you all in the process.

TLM said...

Good ol Cardinal Burke....supposed to be one of our 'savior Cardinals.' So much for that... Are they all gutless wonders?

Christine Hurley said...

What does it matter that he didn't know about the dubia back then? Now that he knows about the dubia, he can just answer it.

Dan said...

It's not so much that he's lying as it is that he is habitually deceptive saying whatever seems best at the moment... see?

Anonymous said...

We should replace Is the Pope Catholic
with the question Is the Pope a liar

Johnno said...

Even if Bergolio didn't hear the question correctly or at all, it still doesn't absolve him of the contextual implications of the ridiculous answer he provided...

Reporter: "Have you seen the movie 'Francis: A Man of his Word' yet?

Francis: "The first time I heard about that film I was undressing Monsigner Ricca before leading him to my bed chambers. But no, I have no interest in seeing Deadpool 2. I prefer the DC universe; but Ricca, he is into Marvel, and he finds Mr. Reynolds very handsome. There is a Swiss guard who likes like him, I'm am looking into assigning him for Ricca-dear as a gift for the next anniversary of his ordination. Like all superheroes, I am very much concerned for the poor and the widowed and the orphaned and the immigrants."

Kathleen1031 said...

All the "politeness" and covering for him, it's nothing but weakness. Honestly, was the church always this effeminate, because that's what it is, effeminacy. When men mince words and can't or won't call things out, it is nothing but effeminacy. But for some reason, Bergolio stopped isolating Cdl Burke, we haven't seem him sent to Siberia for a while, so they've made their peace. It reminds me of lawyers, they eat each other alive in courtrooms, then go out and have lunch together.

tuleesh said...

Well now, hearing stuff “in the news” seems to happen a lot to world leaders. They’re so busy.
Why look at President Obama. He wasn’t aware of Hillary Clinton’s bathroom private server until he heard about it “in the news.”
Nevermind he used to email her under a pseudonym; I gues he didn’t notice the missing “dot gov” in Clinton’s email address.