Pope Francis is unlike any Pope in recent history.
He lets his liberal political views known to the world, oftentimes enraging conservative Catholics.
But he just took things even further and launched a disgusting attack directly on Trump supporters.
There is no country in the world that has done more good in the modern age than the United States of America.
But the only reason it has been able to do that is its virtuous Christian roots and secure borders.
Opening up the borders puts all of that at risk, and weakens the country as a whole, ultimately hurting everybody.
But Pope Francis doesn’t see it that way, and wants the borders to be as open as possible, especially with no wall.
During a recent interview, he took that even further by claiming Trump’s proposed wall is akin to the Berlin Wall that divided communist East Germany from the freedom in the West.
In a wide-ranging television interview, Pope Francis compared President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall to the Berlin Wall that divided communist East Germany from freedom in the West.
Among a series of questions posed by correspondent Valentina Alazraki of the Mexican Televisa network, the Pope touched on a range of issues, including President Trump, migration and border security, violence against women, clerical sex abuse, and drug trafficking.
Alazraki reminded Pope Francis of the Mass he celebrated in 2015 at the border between the U.S. and Mexico, adding that little had changed since then as witnessed by “heartbreaking images of children separated from their families.” In response, the Pope said that he does not understand “this new culture of defending territory by building a wall.”
He went on to say, “We knew of one, of Berlin, and the many headaches and suffering it caused us….But it appears that man does what animals don’t, right? Man is the only animal that falls twice into the same hole, right? We are returning to the same thing, right? Building walls as if it were a defense, right?
As Culture Watch News previously reported, not all high-ranking Catholics believe the same.
Cardinal Raymond Burke believes the opposite, stating that limiting immigration, especially from Muslim countries considering that Islamic values often contradict those held by Christians, is a good move for politicians in historically Christian countries.
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