Pope Francis doesn’t shy away from pushing his leftist political views.
He regularly twists The Bible to promote socialist causes and attack President Trump.
But he stooped to a new low with a tweet he sent out this week.
Pope Francis used the hashtag #internationalmigrantsday to compare Jesus to the global immigration crisis.
He tried to equate Mary and Joseph being unable to find any “room at the inn” as an excuse to peddle open borders.
Jesus knows well the pain of not being welcomed. May our hearts not be closed as were the houses in Bethlehem. #Internationalmigrantsday
— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) December 18, 2018
There are several major problems with this.
Mary and Joseph weren’t immigrants. They were traveling back for an ordered Roman census.
And the Vatican is surrounded by walls and the Swiss Guard.
Not to mention the fact that to get into heaven, one must pass through the pearly gates.
Pope Francis is cementing his legacy as the Social Justice Warrior Pope.
He has signed an “urgent appeal” demanding radical changes to stop global warming.
He has pointed fingers at President Trump for the crisis on our Southern Border.
And as we reported, the Pope even met secretly with leftwing activist and filmmaker Michael Moore.
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