‘Case Disrupted’ Ahead of Pope Francis Visit to US, Says House Homeland Security Chair

The chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee expressed his concern today about security ahead of Pope Francis’s visit to the United States later this month, adding that authorities have already “disrupted one particular case.”

  • Dana Garcia

    What a pest. The pope should stay home. All he wants to do is beat the drum for amnesty and more immigration.

    • granny47

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    • As the head of the Church and of a state, of course he is going to visit other countries, even if he has to shake hands with that rancid Obama.

      Would it be a boon to have Pope Francis offed by the more restive of the American population?

      • The Pope is also supposed to visit Cuba this week. And the Castros are going to pardon some 3,500 prisoners ahead of his visit. Problem is, none of the prisoners the Communists are pardoning are political prisoners whose release is being demanded by International Human Rights organizations. The prisoners who are being released are simply people who have been convicted of petty crimes:


  • Shebel

    They must be afraid that some devout Catholic will kill the SOB.

  • DMB