Pope Francis, who many refer to as the “anti-Christ,” recently criticized GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump for his position on immigration and America’s national security. The Pope said:
“A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian. This is not the gospel.”
Let’s clarify, using the Pope’s own logic, his hypocrisy.
The Pope lives and rules Vatican City, the smallest independent state in the world, enclaved inside Rome, Italy. This landlocked, sovereign city-state covers roughly 110 acres throughout which roughly 600-800 people live, including members of the Swiss Guard.
To be clear: the Pope lives in an enclave totally closed off by a 2-mile long, 39-foot high stone wall– described as a “fortress.”
In addition to living behing a 2-mile long, 39-foot high stone wall, the Pope’s costs for running his empire are enormous.
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