The Pope’s “Disgraceful” Wrath Against Trump
- Pope Francis blocked the media from his recent meeting.
- The private meeting could have global consequences.
- My exclusive webcast addresses the Pope’s cryptic meeting.
- But today is your final chance to view it.
Pope Francis recently held a very private meeting deep inside of Vatican City.
The Pope’s meeting lasted for 27 minutes, and the press was intentionally locked out.
As to the nature of this highly secretive meeting, we can only speculate.
But I adamantly believe that the Pope’s private chat will have profound global consequences.
So please be on the highest alert.
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So today is your last chance to view it.
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When Popes Attack, Watch Out…
Pope Francis has shown that he isn’t afraid to challenge the politics of sovereign nations.
Heck, the Pope has already directly challenged President Trump, saying…
“A person who thinks only about building walls — wherever they may be — and not building bridges, is not Christian.” — Pope Francis
Mr. Trump quickly declared the Pope’s comments as “disgraceful.”
For the record, it’s not unusual for a modern Pope to go on the offensive.
Flashpoint, the Philippines: In 1981, Pope John Paul II challenged President Ferdinand Marcos on human rights abuses.
Flashpoint, Nicaragua: In 1985, Pope John Paul II publicly reprimanded the head of the Sandinista government.
Flashpoint, Chile: In 1987, Pope John Paul II openly condemned Chilean President Augusto Pinochet’s human rights abuses.
Flashpoint, Washington D.C.: In 1994, Pope John Paul II attacked President Bill Clinton’s pro-choice agenda.
Flashpoint, Turkey: In 2005, Pope Benedict XVI said that Turkey’s entrance into the EU should be contingent upon the right to religious freedom.
Again, I’m confident that I know what Pope Francis’ recent private meeting was about.
I also believe that the meeting will send financial shockwaves across the West.
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Ahead of the tape,
Chief Investment Strategist, Wall Street Daily