Ouch. The archbishop of Philadelphia didn’t pull punches while giving his personal opinion of the character of Hillary Clinton.
In a strongly worded statement that came in response to reading all the recent revelations from the newest WikiLeaks document dump, Philly’s Archbishop Charles Chaput outright called the Democratic Party’s pick for president a liar.
Only his choice of words went even deeper.
He said, Breitbart reported: “[Clinton is a] scheming, robotic liar with a lifelong appetite for power and an entourage riddled with anti-Catholic bigots.”
Who knew a man of the cloth could be so colorful?
But then again, the WikiLeaks’ dump he was reacting to showed just how hateful the Clinton camp was, and by logical extension still is, toward those of the Catholic faith.
As Breitbart noted: “Reacting to recent Wikileaks revelations that show Hillary’s campaign team mocking conservative Catholics and boasting of subverting Church teaching, the Archbishop penned an article blasting the Democrat machine and suggesting that as bad as things have been under Obama, Hillary could make them worse.”
Chaput mentioned in his article how he actually had to deal with one the Clinton camp’s phony Catholic organizations, established by her political minions in order to cast confusion on what a good Catholic should do in order to stay relevant in modern times. And among those issues: favoring abortion.
“Chaput writes that he had had personal experience with members of one of the groups, Catholics United, who came to him in 2008 trying to convince him to downplay the abortion issue,” Breitbart noted. “With their ‘servile partisan hustling,’ the Archbishop writes, Catholics United helped ‘elect an administration that has been the most stubbornly unfriendly to religious believers, institutions, concerns and liberty in generations.'”
It’s kind of like when King Henry VIII in the 1500s couldn’t get the pope to OK his divorce in order marry his mistress. So Henry, in defiance and anger, created his own church that would do his bidding, the Church of England. Apparently, the Clinton campaign wants to establish a new church as well, one that will make Catholics do the left’s political bidding.
As Chaput wrote: Clinton ought to “repudiate the content of these ugly WikiLeaks emails,” Breitbart reported.
“[All us] “backward-thinking Catholics who actually believe what Scripture and the Church teach would be so very grateful,” he finished, the news outlet said.