Pope Francis has made some remarks which were highly critical of Donald Trump. But the Pontiff was careful never to specifically name the Republican Presidential nominee.
Pope Francis spoke at the World Meeting of Popular Movements at the Vatican on Saturday when he made the comments. As reported in The Atlantic, the Pope said, “No tyranny can be sustained without exploiting our fears. This is clear. All tyranny is terrorist. And when that terror ignited in the peripheries with massacres, looting, oppression, and injustice explodes in the centers in the form of violence, including with hateful and cowardly intent, the citizens who still have some rights are tempted by the false security of walls, physical or social—walls that close some in and banish others.”
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“Is this the life that our father God wants for us?”
He later added a criticism of, “false prophets that exploit fear and hopelessness to sell magical formulas of hate and cruelty.”
Hummm… who could Pope Francis have been thinking of when he said these words? Well lets see, he talks about building either physical or social walls as well as false prophets.
Well you can be the judge of whether or not Pope Francis was talking about Donald Trump.