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Pope Hopey Changey Suggests Donald Trump Is ‘Not Christian’ For Opposing Illegal Alien Invasion

ABOARD THE PAPAL AIRLINER — Inserting himself into the Republican presidential race, Pope Francis on Wednesday suggested that Donald J. Trump “is not Christian” because of the harshness of his campaign promises to deport more immigrants and force Mexico to pay for a wall along the border.

“A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian,” Francis said when a reporter asked him about Mr. Trump on the papal airliner as he returned to Rome after his six-day visit to Mexico.

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Thank you Pope Commie…

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  • Martin B

    Are there walls around Vatican City, built to keep out invaders? Why yes, yes there are.

    Can any asshole from anywhere in the world just waltz over those walls and claim Vatican citizenship and a lifetime of benefits? No, no they can’t.

    I gather then that Catholics aren’t Christians, right Bergoglio?

    • He is not the Pope we need.

      • Jabberwokk

        But the one you deserve?


        Couldn’t help myself.

      • Dana Garcia

        I get along just fine without a pope. So do millions of others.

        If Francis wanted to be a leader of Christians, he might speak out about the slaughter of Christians in the Middle East.

        • He has done that.

          Even his few words are more encouraging than Trulander’s parkas.

          • Alain

            I guess I missed that, especially since he is much more often mouthing platitudes about Islam and Muslims.

          • (sigh)

      • Clausewitz

        This Pope is a socialist first. Being a Christian is way down the list. Probably why this old Protty Bastard has considered Catholics to not be Christians, but a whole different religion unto themselves. Guessing Donald stop paying his indulgences.

      • Clink9

        Pope Paint Chips.

    • SDMatt

      Those walls were built in response to the sacking of the Vatican by “you’ll never guess who” in 846.

      • Alain

        Funny how that is overlooked…..

      • Clausewitz

        I think a Santayana quote needs to be placed here.

    • Lol. Good point.

    • Castel Santangelo.

  • eMan14

    Even if he’s not Christian… who really cares. It doesn’t make him a bad person. It’s not like he’s a Muslim…

    • Or the Pope.

      • granny47


    • A wise man once said: “Being a Christian qualifies you for Heaven; it doesn’t qualify you for the White House”.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Oh yeah!
    When every dirt bag on the planet is aligned against Donald Trump, I know he must be the right guy.

    • This Pope just keeps creating an ever more rebellious flock

      • John

        I’d like to hear his game plan to put butts back in all those empty pews…

        • k1992

          Force all Catholics to convert to Islam? But in fairness, Christianity in general seems helpless in the face of secularism, hedonism and consumerism.

        • Maggat

          Sorry, Butts is busy in Ottawa.

          • Maggat

            Damn, I should not have capitalized his name.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Never do that. To ensure this, implement a policy to precede his name with prefix. For example:

            Kissbutts, Macbutts, Fuchbutts, Likbutts, Gobblebutts, Schitzbutts, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera!

            That was fun. 😉

      • Clausewitz

        This is why until JFK came along, there had never been a Catholic President. The question of who’s side are you on was always being asked.

    • Alain

      I just returned from a visit to southern California where I saw and hear Donald Trump speak on television almost daily, and I must say that he came across in a most positive way. I saw no evidence of the ridiculous claims made against him. To make a long story short I was indeed impressed and only hope he succeeds. Listening to his opponents I was left with an unfavourable opinion of them.

      • Clausewitz

        Arf, arf, arf. Arf, Arf…………….

      • disqusW6sf

        Agree. My radio picks up American stations and I too heard Trump. He made sense and he sounded caring (yeah he did!) , smart and everything else that MSM says he’s not.

    • Yes, but I still doubt that Trump will hold to the same discourse once in power. I do not see him as a man committed to certain principles, but as one who is ready to say whatever might get him into power. I am sorry to feel that way, but my intuition tells me it is so.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        You are certainly entitled to have your own opinion of the man, but even if he only does ONE THING, and that is to build the wall and deport (or otherwise cut off opportunities and reasons for illegals to come here or to stay) they will have to make room for him on Mount Rushmore.

        Keep in mind that all reporting on Donald Trump in Europe is uniformly distorted as it is negative and it’s almost impossible for anyone not here to understand what he is about.

        If he does or does not do anything else, then I will still be happy, but I think he could upset the establishment applecart in ways we cannot imagine. He is at least the only one likely to do so.

        • DBN – I would prefer Trump to Clinton or Sanders any day. I am not against him – I would just prefer someone more solid.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            If not Trump, them whom?
            We would all prefer the hypothetical ‘perfect’ candidate, but until one better comes along, he’s the best we are getting.

          • The US needs a real conservative to undo some of the mess that Obama did. To me, Cruz looks sufficiently credible.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Cruz is certainly conservative, but I no-longer believe he’s at all sincere.
            I don’t think he will do that much.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I don’t doubt Cruz’ sincerity, I just doubt that he would withstand the birther barrage the Democrats would launch against him.
            It is better for him this time around to accept the second banana role and resolve that issue with time as the veep.

          • Justin St.Denis

            I could not agree more strongly, and have said the same thing for a while now.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        Examine the other candidates.
        Today, we’ll look at Marco Rubio, or as I like to call him, Marco Polio.
        Ran as a Tea Party candidate and then promptly turned around and joined the amnesty Gang of Eight saying it was the best deal we could get.
        Except, the absence of a deal is better than that deal.
        Strike that guy off the list.

        • Yes, Rubio seems unworthy. I agree with you that there are doubts about Cruz, too – still I think he is better.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I try to explain that to people but they just go lalalalalala fox news.

      • Alain

        Yeah how true. They are all convinced that the media they follow is unbiased and based on truth and fact while Fox is just biased.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          One of my hardest challenges in political discourse is explaining to these acquaintances of mine how far left fox has shifted in the last year or two.

          • Justin St.Denis

            I deleted Fox from my Favourites list. I get enough of them now via Breitbart, OneAmericaNews, Mark Levin, InfoWars, Last Refuge and a host of other dependably consrvative sites.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            It’s funny how the American election is unmasking what I had previously thought were good places to read conservative opinion.
            Take NRO for example.
            They would rather have a Democrat president than Trump.
            I don’t read them anymore.

  • ismiselemeas

    Good fences make good neighbours.

  • Jabberwokk

    The pope is just man in a dress.

  • Physics grad

    Pope Karl Marx also pronounced today that manufacturing jobs = slavery and capitalism is evil. That must explain why liberals work so hard to shut down all our manufacturing jobs.

  • Spatchcocked

    This Pope is a dope….a community organiser. ……he even looks like a dope.
    And I speak as an RC…….we need a Benedict and we get a schmoo .
    Ask the fool what all those Swiss guards in the Vatican are doing…..

    I keep waiting for a teensy glim of something transcendent out of his gob and all I hear is boilerplate buzzwords liberalism.

    • Physics grad

      his eyes look like he is evil

  • Spatchcocked

    He looks like he’s got halitosis…..

    • Physics grad

      probably does, after his blowing all those muslims

  • Hard Little Machine

    Did the Pope have anything to say about the nearly 100,000 Mexicans killed in the Cartel Wars in Northern Mexico since the year 2000? I bet no. What a weenie.

    • Ironically, one the most brutal narco cartels in Mexico is called the “Knights Templar” named after the medieval Catholic military order from the Crusades. When Pope Benedict visited, they welcomed him him with banners and declared a ceasefire.

      Pope Francis visited the heartland of the Knights Templar cartel, where it appears they are being defeated by the local communities. He offered words of encouragement in their fight. We live in a strange world indeed — many members of the cartel view themselves as devout Catholics, but it’s more like a narco-terrorist cult:

  • The Butterfly

    OMG, who is he to judge?

    • Clausewitz

      God uses the good, the evil use God.

  • JoKeR



    the latest



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  • simus1

    Pope Evita is a giant turd.
    But his fellow like minded cardinals produced the required raw material to make him.

  • Hey I like this pope. We see eye to eye.

  • Spatchcocked

    Love Vlads face….as in “you greasy old spaghetti bending dago….you wouldn’t bullshit the old professor would you?”

    • As a person of Italian ancestry I must correct you. The word is “dego” not “dago”.

      The word ‘dego’ stemmed from Diego, who was Christopher Columbus’ son.
      The actual spelling, that no one uses any longer, is D’ego. It is not
      derogatory, if you are educated and realize from where and why that
      terminology originated. It has NOTHING to do with being ‘paid as the day

      I am a Dego!! And PROUD of it !
      by D’ego Smart One
      October 20, 2009

  • Ron MacDonald

    The Vatican is worth 10 – 15 billion, perhaps they should sponsor tens of thousands of these migrants.

    • Alain

      As long as the Vatican would be taking them all in and not elsewhere in the country or in other countries.

  • Alain

    It seems that this pope is more of a communist than a Christian, so he has no credibility in this matter.

  • canminuteman

    I was born catholic, but I am not religious. I haven’t been to church since I was a kid. Pope John Paul almost made me start going back to church. With this guy, not a hope in hell.

    • Yes, John Paul was special. Jews liked him.

    • John Paul II was the opposite of this guy. The only reason Francis is there is because Benedict resigned. And Benedict resigned because:

      a) he couldn’t handle persecution due to the homosexual pedophilia scandals in the Priesthood
      b) he couldn’t handle persecution from Gay militants
      c) he couldn’t handle persecution from Islamists who sent him death threats

      Francis was elected to specifically deal with these issues, which he did by unfortunately compromising his principles.

      John Paul II was not afraid of persecution — he was raised in Poland under the Soviet tyranny. I remember when he visited Communist Nicaragua — Government-organized mobs tried to intimidate him and pelted him with eggs and tomatoes while he was saying Mass. He didn’t cower. Not only was JP II the most important moral influence in bringing about the collapse of the Soviet Union, but also in inspiring Communist resistance around the world such as in Nicaragua.

      (btw I’m not a practicing Catholic either — not trying to get you to go Church. Just happen to respect JP II and his principles) 😉

      • Pope Emeritus Benedict kicked the gays out of the seminaries.

        That made a lot of people mad.

    • disqusW6sf

      Protestants liked him too. He was an extraordinary human being.

  • The European media are lapping it up. Usually, they are anti-Pope, because to them the Pope is a right-winger. But this one is making them drool and dance with happiness, saying just the things they want. Like “to be a Christian is to build bridges, not walls” (or the like) – meaning “let the migrants in on a grad scale, don’t hold them back. That Pope really is a commie agent.

    • I’m not anti-immigrant. But I’m not anti-wall either. Plus I think I’m a Christian. You can walk and chew gum and pray at the same time.

  • mauser 98

    Pope questions Trumps claim of Christianity ?

    • Isn’t that a picture of Obama?

      • Who can be sure?

        • At least in a parallel universe. What would have been had he stayed in Indonesia, or had he not been elected to the senate and WH and remained a community organizer in Chi.

      • mauser 98

        yes it is

  • Exile1981

    I don’t think this pope is very christian either. He’s done more to drive our family from the church than any other pope.

  • Mannie

    How many Rapefugees is The Vatican willing to accept? I bet you could fit 1,000 cots inside St. Peter’s. The Pope’s statement comes perilously close to legal grounds to revoke The Catholic Church’s tax exempt status.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Considering that the Vatican is riddled with practicing homosexuals, they might enjoy a bit of the ‘rough trade’ in barbarian rape.

      • See my comment to black mamba further down.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          I didn’t hear that story before.
          I did hear that he realized that the Catholic Church is now irredeemable.

  • ontario john

    CBC News is all excited at what the commie Pope said of course. Meanwhile every second commercial they have is an ad for vacation trips to commie China. The China that persecutes Christians, including Canadian Christians And of course don’t miss that CBC special on commie Naomi Klein.

    • Trudopiameanspoverty

      Chinese Broadcasting Corpse

    • Cripes.

  • At this point I’m hoping that Benedict will demand his job back. It’s come to that.

    • When Benedict left his post as Pope, there was a rumor he was guilty of homosexual orgies with young Swiss Vatican guards. Things were getting out of hand, so he had to ‘resign’. Maybe the leftist cardinals got him trapped, and thus managed to get their man in (Francis). I am not making this up, it was in some Swiss media.

      • Very possible. But NBC, FOX, and all the MSM in the U.S. reported this week that even Pope John Paul II may have had an “intimate relationship” with a married woman back when he was a Priest.

        The Popes are always under attack — I can’t count the number of times I was told that the Pope is the “anti-Christ”, the “Beast” or the “Great Whore” of the Apocalypse by Protestant Evangelicals (I was Evangelical myself at the time). I always used to respond: “The current Pope is not like that — maybe someday the Pope may in fact fit those prophetic characteristics, but unless he does we shouldn’t make assumptions without evidence”.

        • BradThomas

          Ever noticed how some people – especially in the media – seem to take an inordinate amount of pleasure in finding dirt on Christians, not just Catholics? It’s almost as if they’re threatened by people trying, however imperfectly, to live ethical and exemplary lives.

          And, of course, the celibacy thing drives them nuts since this is seen (I suspect) as a cardinal sin against secularism and society’s deification of pleasure and self-indulgence.

          • You are so right. They don’t even want us to try.

          • Justin St.Denis

            These people are typically unaware that Christianity is, by definition, a redemptive faith. The “duh” really kicks in when you raise the issue of Original Sin…….

        • Benedict was hated by the left media, and may well have been falsely accused. The said story may equally be an invention of anti-Papacy Protestants. I just repeated it for the record. The story about JP2 may refer to a merely Platonic relationship – there is no claim (to my knowledge) that hanky-panky occurred. .

      • Why would you even repeat this Jack Chick lie?

        • Heh. Now there’s a blast from the past — the “Children of God” cult. We ran a Christian shelter in Albuquerque and ended up banning the buggers.

          • What that the white sneakers/ castration lot?

          • Never heard about that particular group. You probably know there was a Christian revival in the ’70’s often referred to as the “Jesus Movement”. It was a genuine revival, but there were lots of spin-offs and cults like the “Family of God”, the “Children of God”, the “Rainbow Family of Love”, etc. The cults had all kinds of quirky beliefs.

            Jack Chick and his tracts were quite popular because they pretty much appealed to everyone and it was probably the first time anyone presented the Gospel in a simple comic book format. Problem is he was associated with the Children of God and their quirky doctrines got in there too. Everybody seemed to have their own “apocalypse” end-times theories and Catholics were often unfairly attacked — problem was they didn’t present it as theory they presented it as fact.

          • Jack Chick comics appealed to crackpots.

            They still do.

          • They went off the rails pretty quick. I didn’t know they were still publishing — so what are they trying to say these days?

          • Jack Chick started off of the rails and then plowed into a village.

            Something like that.

          • Any religion that is founded on bigotry against another religion must be worshiping a strange god indeed. In Chick’s case it seems to be anti-Catholic bigotry. Brings us full circle back to Islam, founded on anti-Semitism. Now I’ve given you an argument for Avi.

            You’re welcome. 😉

          • I sip my beer in your general direction, sir. 🙂

        • I was surprised that Benedict resigned suddenly, without forewarning.

    • Cardinal Pell.

      That is what I have to say.

  • Trudopiameanspoverty

    The walls of the Vatican, the wealth of it’s inhabitants, and the pope is throwing stones. Just another reminder that Christianity has nothing in common with the RCC. Tear down those walls, redistribute your wealth, lose the restricted citizenship, and allow a few thousands Syrian immigrants inside, and then we’ll talk.

    • Millie_Woods

      I’m with ya. Except for the part about Syrian refugees.

    • No Syrian “refugees” anywhere in Europe, please. But I dig where you come from.

  • granny47

    The nickname “Frankie the Fake” fits him perfectly! The epitome of hypocrisy.
    But then he also blasphemously calls himself Christ’s vicar on earth and claims to to infallibility!!!

    • Justin St.Denis

      While I agree Pope Evita is questionable, the ignorance implicit in your comment astounds me.

  • Minicapt

    Because Donald Trump is equipped with only a lizard brain, he is unable to understand what the Pope might have said.


    • Justin St.Denis

      Take your finger out of your sphincter and lick it. That is what you sound like, too.

      • Minicapt

        You might wish to read up on DonJohn first.


  • Millie_Woods

    The real pope would offer to wash the Donald’s feet.