Thanks to one of the most powerful men on Earth, Hillary’s complex of being a savior has probably waned, even if only a little. Pope Francis’ disagreement with some of Hillary’s policies is a huge boost for Donald Trump, despite the fact that he hasn’t yet endorsed anyone.
VIA Angry Patriot
Pope Francis is set to canonize Mother Teresa and make her a saint.
Mother Teresa, unlike Hillary Clinton, was a staunch anti-abortion activist.
In 1994 Mother Teresa and Bill and Hillary Clinton fond themselves gathered together, along with 3,000 other people, at the National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington, D.C. Hilton Hotel, Breitbart reports.
Mother Teresa said abortion, which Hillary vocally supported, is the “greatest destroyer of peace today,” a “war against the child,” and “murder by the mother herself.”
The Catholic nun went on to say, to intense applause, that any nation which is willing to accept abortion is “not teaching its people to love, but to use any violence to get what they want.”
“And if we accept that a mother can kill even her own child, how can we tell other people not to kill one another?” the nun added.
The standing ovation Teresa’s remarks garnered lasted about six full minutes – as Hillary was forced to sit in a prominent spot at the head of the main table… and watch.
Mother Teresa’s remarks, appeared to many, to be a direct condemnation of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s agenda.
On his very first day in office, at Hillary’s reported urging, Bill Clinton signed five executive orders mandating federal funding (i.e. taxpayer money) be used for abortion and given to Planned Parenthood.
Just a few months after the nun’s speech at the prayer breakfast, Hillary dispatched a pro-abortion delegation to work against Mother Teresa at the Cairo Conference on Population and Development.
Hillary Clinton’s henchmen seemed to have endeavored to convince the world that abortion is the choice of every person. But now, it seems that everything that Mother Theresa fought for will suppress Hillary’s ambitions of reserving a seat into the Oval Office.