The Charge Of The Purple Clowns

Attorney General William Barr announced a few days ago that federal executions will be resumed in a matter of months. Predictably, ouf heretic Bishops went into heretical meltdown mode.

You all know what the depositum fidei teaches on this, and how Francis playing with catechisms does not change iota unum about what the Church teaches. Therefore, I will leave this part aside and move to more interesting considerations.

After decades of tasteless platitudes, our Bishops have made themselves utterly irrelevant. No one listens to them, because no one respects them. No one respects them because, as individuals, they normally do not deserve any respect.

Therefore, their whining and meowing about Barr will be, like all the rest of what they say, ignored by the public at large, shifting between 0 and 12 voters nationwide in the run to the 2020 election.

I truly hope that Capital Punishment will figure among the 2020 issues as prominently as the Wall did in 2016. That time, both the Evil Clown and a troop of irrelevant bishops thundered against Trump and his wall, with the result that… Latinos voted Republican in record numbers. This time, renewed attention for Capital Punshment will help to expose them as heretical buffoons who really only get anything right concerning Catholic doctrine if it’s not controversial, or else by mistake.

Go on and defy them all, AG Barr. Let’s see if the Bishops make of this the subject of constant meowing in 2020.

It will deliver Florida to Trump by 200,000 votes.

Posted on July 31, 2019, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Our Bishops speak with much greater enthusiasm against capital punishment than about abortion where the kill rate is thousands of times greater. And correspondingly they blame Trump for capital punishment but say nothing for his efforts to restrict abortion. It is no surprise, then, to find most Bishops are Democrats.

  2. Speaking of Latinos ignoring the upper hierarchy, I went to a Spanish novus ordo Mass last Sunday because couldn’t get to the local Roman Mass. I knew enough Spanish to understand the gist of the sermon, and do you know that priest railed on and on about the dangers of Protestantism? He said living in the United States, because of its Protestant heritage is a danger to the faith; that a good Catholic should not marry a Protestant and should guard his children’s education from Protestant influence. Also, I didn’t see one person take communion in the hand. I go to confession occasionally at this parish and there is always a long line of Latinos (with a few whites mixed in). I seriously doubt they will be hearing any sermons against capital punishment.

  3. A seven year old child knows some baddies deserve the noose. It gives all right-thinking people a sense that “God’s in His Heaven and all’s right with the world” when the condemned are offered spiritual succor, repent and die with the sacraments. What could be more beautiful than the promise of heaven to those who die in a state of grace?
    The bishops are buffoons deleterious to the salvation of souls.

  4. Joseph D'Hippolito

    M, JPII and Ratzinger did the damage long beforehand, and the “faithful” bought it because the “faithful” not only are ignorant, but have been kept in ignorance by the priests and prelates, who themselves are willfully ignorant.
    https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/articles/item/3460-killing-capital-punishment-how-pope-john-paul-set-precedent-for-pope-francis

  5. And why not, they come preaching a different Gospel and we were told what to do when that happened, do not listen to them.

  6. You can’t help noticing at Spanish Masses that at least half of the congregation remains in their pews at Holy Communion time. It’s unreal to see people who respect Jesus Christ enough not to want to receive Him unworthily.

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