It’s no secret that the current pope is a socialist. Francis has previously called for open borders–even comparing open borders to being pro-life–and is a staunch supporter of illegal immigration.
Aboard a flight to Central America, a hotbed for socialism, poor economic growth, and swaths of immigrants heading for the U.S. border, the pope was asked by journalists about the proposed border wall on the U.S.-Mexican border, suggesting support for it was driven by an irrational fear of “migrants.”
“Fear makes us crazy,” Francis said, dismissing it as folly.
Anyone with a modicum of understanding in economics and politics can see right through the pope’s comments. He is no religious leader, but a worldwide political activist–an anti-Christ for sure.
Championing the cause of the progressive evangelical left–like the ERLC and The Gospel Coalition–Francis has suggested that “while the wealthy few feasts on what, in justice, belongs to all. Injustice is the perverse root of poverty.” Christians and sane, rationally thinking people know that stealing from rich people just because they are rich is not “justice,” but theft.
The Bible speaks far more of laziness and lack of work ethic as the primary cause of poverty in the world, and even though injustices can be the cause of poverty, the Scriptures never once speak of inter-generational reparations.
If the pope were truly concerned with feeding the hungry and eliminating poverty, he could start by liquidating the assets in the Vatican, which are estimated anywhere between 400 billion and 2 trillion dollars and give it all away.
And why these reporters didn’t ask him about the border wall around the Vatican–nobody seems to know.