Maybe Pope Francis should close the Vatican, tell the Swiss Guard to leave, tell the staff they are working for free or are free to leave, consign the Vatican buildings to house the poor, refugees, and all immigrants. Then Pope Francis can go and live in poverty to preach his calling to all in person, with no guards to run interference for between him and his followers. Then he can use all the remaining assets to take care of all those disenfranchised people across the globe.
This is the wall the Pope lives behind:
Since he does not believe in living within the worldly means it takes to pay for life and believes that closed borders should not exist, then banish all walls that separate Vatican City from the masses who need a home and those who need anything can have all funds of the Catholic population.
Let all those who want the immigrants and refugees to have a good life, step forward and give all their assets to help these poor people.
In the United States, we have trillions in debt, not enough money to fund our country and are supposed to be working on fixing that little problem. Giving billions to refugees and immigrants only cost money we don’t have, but then Pope Francis doesn’t have to live with any advice he gives other countries because the Country Club Vatican City does not have to abide by any such advice.
Trump responded during an event today in South Carolina:
“No leader, especially a religious leader, should have the right to question another man’s religion or faith,” Donald continued in his statement. He even doubled-down on the comments at a campaign rally in South Carolina, saying “if and when the Vatican is attacked, the pope would only wish and have prayed that Donald Trump would have been elected president.”
Watch the following audio below:
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