The greasy Jew in charge of PayPal operations may have gotten us banned from Venmo, but nothing can take away from the feeling of seeing your enemies crushed and trampled into the dust.
After all, it’s only been less than a day since we’ve seen the man who was arguably one of the scummiest politicians in human history finally make the Great Journey into the deepest circles of hell.
And now, in what looks like a gift from God Himself, we may be seeing another hated monster ready to fall – not by death, but hopefully by resignation after personally covering for homosexual pederasts.
A former Vatican ambassador to the U.S. said Sunday that he told Pope Francis in 2013 about allegations of sexual abuse against a prominent priest — and that Francis took no action. Now, the former official, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, is calling for Francis to step down.
Vigano made the claims in a lengthy statement that concludes with a call for Francis’ resignation: “In this extremely dramatic moment for the universal Church, he must acknowledge his mistakes and, in keeping with the proclaimed principle of zero tolerance, Pope Francis must be the first to set a good example to Cardinals and Bishops who covered up McCarrick’s abuses and resign along with all of them,” he writes.
Vigano, who retired in 2016 at age 75, described an exchange with Francis on June 23, 2013, shortly after he became pope, about Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, the former archbishop of Washington, D.C., who resigned last month over claims he sexually abused seminary students and an altar boy.
Vigano writes that he told Francis about the allegations: “Holy Father, I don’t know if you know Cardinal McCarrick, but if you ask the Congregation for Bishops there is a dossier this thick about him. He corrupted generations of seminarians and priests and Pope Benedict ordered him to withdraw to a life of prayer and penance.”
Vigano writes the pope did not respond to the statement, and McCarrick continued in his role as a public figure for the church.
“Pope Francis has repeatedly asked for total transparency in the Church,” Vigano continues. “He must honestly state when he first learned about the crimes committed by McCarrick, who abused his authority with seminarians and priests. In any case, the Pope learned about it from me on June 23, 2013 and continued to cover him.”
Vigano’s statement calls on the church to take action. “To restore the beauty of holiness to the face of the Bride of Christ — so tremendously disfigured by so many abominable crimes, if we truly want to free the Church from the fetid swamp into which she has fallen, we must have the courage to tear down the culture of secrecy and publicly confess the truths that we have kept hidden.”
So at last I think we know the reason (or one of them) why Francis decided to declare that hell itself doesn’t exist.
My only hope is that any victims of this depraved heretic decide to summon the bravery and come forth to admit all to the world.