More trouble for Pope Francis

 

Pope Francis poses for a photo with Chilean bishops at the Vatican May 17. (CNS photo/Vatican Media) See POPE-CHILE-BISHOPS-LETTER May 17, 2018.
Pope Francis poses for a photo with Chilean bishops at the Vatican May 17. (CNS photo/Vatican Media) See POPE-CHILE-BISHOPS-LETTER May 17, 2018.

 

Article by Leo Lyon Zagami

 

As I mentioned last Wednesday on Infowars, the upcoming problem with the Chilean bishops  and Cardinal Pell ’s pedophilia scandal, has hit the Vatican in an unprecedented way, with a massive cover-up, thanks to Her Majesty’s Australian Goverment.

 

Thirty-four Chilean bishops have resigned in Rome over the Catholic child sex abuse scandals in their country.In a written May 18 public statement, the bishops thanked Pope Francis for his “paternal listening and fraternal correction,”and asked forgiveness for the pain caused to victims, the pope, the People of God and to their country due to“serious errors and omissions.”

 

Unfortunately, Pope Francis ignored the problem, and even publicly defended Bishop Juan Barros, who has been accused for a long time of covering up cases of child molestation within the Catholic Church in South America, saying there was, “not a shred of evidence.”

 

Pope Francis was shockingly clear in his defense of the pedo gang who support him, however, in the end, Bergoglio was forced to send a Vatican investigator to the Latin American nation in order to examine the situation that is apparently much worst than any of us could predict .

 

In order to cover-up the controversy, Chile’s clergy originally wanted Barros to take a mandatory year-long sabbatical, but Pope Francis conveniently refused to believe the allegations, and instead, promoted his friend to head the Osorno diocese in Southern Chile. But with thirty-four bishops resigning, Pope Francis is facing his biggest dilemma to date, as in the coming hours  he must decide whether to accept or reject them, confirming once more to the world his protection of the Pedophile Mafia of the Catholic Church.

 

After their resignation these scumbags seem to want to disappear  into retirement, but given the seriousness of the allegations against them, there should be legal proceedings for these criminals that have ruined the lives of so many children, and Pope Francis should resign for having ignored the problem since 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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