Elections have Consequences…
The Vatican II Sect and President-Elect Trump
On Nov. 8, 2016, Donald J. Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States of America. Since Francis is not only the Vatican II Church’s pretend-Pope but also the de facto head of state of Vatican City, diplomatic relations between the two countries will inevitably be affected one way or another.
It was clear to anyone who could read between the lines — or, sometimes, even just the lines themselves — that Trump wasn’t exactly Francis’ favored candidate. We remember especially the brilliant comment Francis made in February of this year about Trump’s expressed intent to build a wall at the border to stop the flow of illegal immigration into the United States from Mexico:
The great irony here was, of course, that Francis himself, dwelling in Vatican City, lives behind what are perhaps the entire world’s biggest walls surrounding any country.