Sunday, September 09, 2018

Pedophilia Endorser Yiannopoulos' Ex-Boss Bannon says Pope Francis Should Not Resign

Today, Reuters brought out Steve Bannon to proclaim that Pope Francis should not resign. The Reuters headline is:

"Pope should not resign but church abuse tribunal needed: Bannon"

Bannon who was a former White House adviser and the former executive chairman of Breitbart who was fired or forced to resign by President Donald Trump as well as Breitbart.

The former executive chairman is the ex-boss of the former Breitbart tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos who "was forced to resign... over a recently unearthed video showing him endorsing pedophilia" accordingly to wrap.com.

The Wrap says the former chairman is quoted praising the former tech editor whom he discovered for Breitbart. He said Yiannopoulos' work is "valuable."

The pedophilia endorser credits Bannon with "discovering him, telling the Washington Post: 'He made me a star.'"
(The Wrap, "Steve Bannon and 'Daddy' Trump Silent on Milo Meltdown over. Pedophilia Comments," February 21, 2017)

The Wrap says Bannon never called for pedophile endorser Yiannopoulos to resign.
Now, he is not calling for Francis who is credibly accused of sex abuse cover-up to resign.

Reuters in the article said "[d]uring his time in Rome, Bannon met with the head Dignitatis Humanae Institute (DHI) [whom the article didn't name]."

What the article didn't mention is that Bannon's associate who apparently is the President of the Board of Trustees and director of the DHI Benjamin Hartwell who issued a statement, on September 1, attacking Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano for giving "testimony" that the DHI honorary President is "member of a Homosexualist party in the Vatican."

The Hartwell attack came after the honorary President of the DHI Cardinal Renato Martino was named by Archbishop Vigano as part of the Vatican's "homosexual current" or "a member of a homosexualist party in the Vatican" according to LifeSiteNews.
((LifeSiteNews, "A who's who of the Vigano testimony," August 28, 2018)

Vatican expert Sandro Magister has called Martino "a Cardinal out of control." He quotes the Cardinal saying "Castro knows the social teachings of the Church" and catalogs how he was a liberal promoter of Muslim causes in Italy long before the Francis papacy.
(Magister's Chiesa website, "Renato Martino, a Cardinal Out of Control," March 14, 2006)

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.

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