That “second Catholic president” of the United States…

The Vatican II Church and Joe Biden

Presidential candidate Joe Biden on Oct. 30, 2020. He ostentatiously wears a Rosary bracelet.

Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., moved into the White House on Jan. 20, 2021. It is clear that in the United States presidential election of 2020, Biden was “Pope” Francis’ favored candidate over incumbent Donald Trump. Even while the election results had not yet been officially determined, the Argentinian pseudo-pope called Biden to congratulate. On Jan. 20, Francis released a “pontifical message” addressed to Biden, in which he again “extend[ed] cordial good wishes and the assurance of my prayers that Almighty God will grant you wisdom and strength in the exercise of your high office.”

A lot has happened in the few weeks since then, and this post will seek to demonstrate, by means of direct links to various news and commentary sites of all kinds (pro-Biden, contra-Biden, and neutral; Novus Ordo and secular), how divided the clergy and laity are in the Counterfeit Church of Vatican II over the person, the beliefs, and the politics of Mr. Biden, who claims to be a Roman Catholic and is recognized as one by the Novus Ordo authorities.

Biden Inauguration and Novus Ordo Reactions

The Biden Cabinet

Biden’s Policies



Lastly, we wish to mention that the division among Novus Ordos over Joe Biden is also reflected in the books published about him by different Novus Ordo authors who are in good standing with their respective “bishops”. For example:

It is clear that Novus Ordo clergy and laity are divided not merely in accidentals and on minor concerns but on the most fundamental issues with regard to Joe Biden. This would have been unimaginable before the Second Vatican Council (1962-65), which was veritably the “Great Reset” for Catholicism.

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