Saturday, October 15, 2016

Hillary Clinton ripped as 'scheming, robotic liar' by Catholic bishop after WikiLeaks dump

Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput used a weekly column to excoriate a “scheming” Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign for anti-Catholic bigotry on Thursday.

Thousands of hacked emails by Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta have embarrassed Mrs. Clinton since last Friday and revealed her key allies talking about ways to ignite a “Catholic Spring.” Documents obtained by the nonprofit WikiLeaks show Mr. Podesta and Sandy Newman, president of the nonprofit group Voices for Progress, mulling ways to end the “middle ages dictatorship” of the Catholic church.

“We created Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good to organize for a moment like this,” Mr. Podesta said Feb. 2, 2012, in response to Mr. Newman’s “Catholic Spring” idea. “But I think it lacks the leadership to do so now. Likewise Catholics United. Like most Spring movements, I think this one will have to be bottom up. I’ll discuss with Tara. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend is the other person to consult.”



Anonymous said...

The Pope will back her. He is a fake too. He at best stayed silent, but more likely co-operated in the dirty war in Argentina. Many say the government would have had to get his blessing before throwing a couple of nuns and a priest out of a helicopter. Either way he had no protest while the government made thousands and thousands of people 'disappear'.

Anonymous said...

The Pope will back whoever's in the White House. I don't think that Hillary would be a good choice for the Church, as it will be relegated to a back room and, eventually, total obscurity.
Catholics, please vote to save our religion, not extinguish it!

Anonymous said...

Kathleen Kennedy Townsend....gee, where have we heard that name before?

Looking for a bishop, or higher, to call out the Kaines, Bidens, Pelosis, Kennedys, etc. and to elaborate on the consequences.

I'm a person of pallor, now described by Bubba as a 'redneck'. Guess I shouldn't mention my faith.