Left-wing Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden is already acting like he is president and calling world leaders, and in one recent call he got the nod from another aging socialist in the Vatican.
Imagine that, two hard-core leftists approving of each other, huh?
The “Harris-Biden” administration released a statement on Thursday announcing some of the results of the call with the red pope.
Biden said he “thanked His Holiness for extending blessings and congratulations and noted his appreciation for His Holiness’ leadership in promoting peace, reconciliation, and the common bonds of humanity around the world.”
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Biden’s statement added that he “expressed his desire to work together on the basis of a shared belief in the dignity and equality of all humankind on issues such as caring for the marginalized and the poor, addressing the crisis of climate change, and welcoming and integrating immigrants and refugees into our communities.”
Biden, of course, would only be the second Catholic president if he were to actually win the White House. The first, of course, was famously John Fitzgerald Kennedy, who was forced to go to pains to prove to voters that he would not be controlled by the Catholic Church and the Pope in Rome.
Biden will not have that problem, of course. After all, the current occupant of the Papacy is just as far left as Biden. They are both aging old communists. They fully agree with the anti-American agenda of the Democrat Party.
There is one thing the two do not see eye-to-eye on, granted.
Despite his extreme leftism, the pope is still against abortion. Well, his church is, anyway, so he is forced to walk that path. The red pope has undermined his church in many ways, but he has not been able to change the church’s ideas on abortion. Yet.
Biden pretends to be a “devout Catholic.” But he is also a huge supporter of abortion on demand for any reason. That, in fact, makes him an apostate.
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