More Catholic Than The Pope: Trump Exposes FrancisLie
The exit polls I read around all indicate that Trump has won the Catholic vote (no, I am not talking of the judases with the same name, and may they sink in the irrelevance they richly deserved). If you ask me, the reason for this is not to be found in his (weak) homo stance, or in his defence of religious liberty and the consequence for Catholic organisations and religious orders in case of abolition of Obamacare. Whilst these factors probably played a role in some way, I do not think they were decisive. The decisive factor was, if you ask me, abortion.
Very bravely, Trump and Pence chose to “obsess” about abortion. In time, more and more tepid Catholics were forced to confront their conscience, and decide that the unborn child was more deserving of their vote than their wallet or their personal (dis)likings.
This seems to me to confirm a concept I have often expressed in the past: most Catholics are now like scattered sheep, unable and too lazy to follow their mediocre pastors. But at some level they still know what is what, and they know that truth can't change. Once constantly confronted with the reality of Catholic teaching vigorously defended, slowly but surely many of them start to move in the right direction.
Catholicism is unique in this: that whoever start to defend it vocally does not have to reinvent or reshape anything. It is no novelty like a “New Labour” or “Reaganomics”, that must be developed, justified, tested. It's there, beautifully immutable, ready for use and with no need of justification. You don't have to persuade people that it works. It is enough to inform them that it exists. It is an all-encompassing, ready-to-use religious system with vast ramifications in the economic and social sphere. It's an all-you-can-eat buffet read for use, and available for free.
Trump and Pence used the buffet, and took from it a big portion of abortion and a side of religious freedom and persecuted nuns. And it worked spectacularly well, because shattered as they are, enough sheep were smart enough to listen to the improbable shepherds rather than to the poppycock of the “glass ceiling” and the criminal lesbian witch thinking it is enough to cry “Vaginas of the world, unite!”.
Trump and Pence chose to do exactly what Pope Francis so despised: they “obsessed about abortion” with a frankness unthinkable for most political personnel only a decade or two ago, and not frequently found even among US bishops. They exposed the cowardice and complicity with the Enemy of Francis and his socialist ilk. They showed that when a couple of willing – if imperfect – pastors show up, the sheep start to respond pretty fast.
Shame on you, Francis, lewd promoter of everything that is evil. The Trump Train rode all over you, and millions of Catholics now realise what a phony you are.
Millions now realise that even a Donald Trump, with all his much-publicised shortcomings, is way more Catholic than the Pope.
Posted on November 11, 2016, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged Donald Trump, MAGA, Make America Great Again, us 2016 presidential election. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
That was terrific Mundabor! There is a good feeling that comes from hearing the truth and speaking it, too. May be hear more of especially from our wayward Pope.
My niece discovered I voted for Trump. She couldn’t understand how I could vote for the “king of insults”. I told her it was because Hillary supports partial birth abortion and wants me to pay for it. My niece responded by un-friending me. I know the woman (she’s 36) is pro-choice and supports LGBTQUI rights, along with wanting open borders but in no way did I expect our differences to cause a break in our relationship. Naive me. Otoh – I’m pretty sure I’d do it again because I’m sick and tired of liberals in my life thinking they are the only ones allowed to speak their opinions. Matthew 10:37 comes to mind, although I’m not sure if it applies here.
Pray for your niece, but keep pounding liberals on Fagbook. I will avoid writing what I think of your niece.
Oops! I just realized I put my comment under the wrong post. It was supposed to with the one that had all the crybabies. Oh well . . .