Catholic investigative journalist George Neumayr, who has contributed a front-page article to CFN’s forthcoming September issue (sent to press today), is currently in Buenos Aires, Argentina “to learn about its not-so-favorite son, Jorge Bergoglio,” as he explains in his preliminary report published by The American Spectator. His article, “Why Pope Francis Hasn’t Visited Argentina“, contains some truly explosive information about Pope Francis the Dictator.
After asking every Catholic he has met thus far why Bergoglio “still hasn’t visited Argentina since becoming Pope Francis,” Neumayr posits that the reason, according to those with whom he has spoken, is because “half the country hates him.” He quotes shocking impressions of the Dictator Pope gathered from a variety of Argentinians. One man considers “Francis ‘to be a fake, a make-believe pope,’ not to mention, he added, an uncultured, ill-mannered flake.” Another compatriot of Bergoglio told Neumayr, “He knows nothing — not morals, not theology, not history. Nothing. Only power interests him.” In his seminary class, Bergoglio was apparently called “Machiavelli” as his ruthless political ambitions were evident even then.
Neumayr’s on-the-ground observations seem only to confirm the conclusions of his 2017 blockbuster book, The Political Pope.
Catholic Family News will continue to follow Neumayr’s investigative work with great interest and keep readers updated as further reports are published. Those interested in supporting Neumayr’s work may do so by donating to his journalism fund.
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