Sunday, June 26, 2016

Governor Andrew Cuomo, The Catholic cultist who hates the 2nd Amendment while covering for Catholic Pedo-Priests and Homosexuals

Cuomo the Cult-Puppet

Gov. Cuomo leaves Child Victims Act off end-of-session letter for legislature Link

Cuomo Planning Role in National Gun Control Campaign Link

Governor Cuomo Announces Executive Actions Banning Coverage of Conversion Therapy Link

Like Father, Like Son: " Mario Cuomo: "Catholic Intellectual and Friend of [Jesuit] Fordham" Link

Governor Mario Cuomo and former President Joseph O’Hare, S.J., in 1989.

Cuomo (Andrew) was presented with the group’s National Equality Award on Saturday night and told an audience his action “rejected fundamentally the absurd notion that being gay is a psychiatric disorder."

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Boycotts North Carolina over Anti-L.G.B.T. Law Link

“We will not stand idly by as misguided legislation replicates the discrimination of the past.” ~Cuomo (In other words, he wants to put women and children in danger by letting freaks into bathrooms of the oppostie sex. what a creep!)

Separation of Church and State? Not in New York!
See how the Catholic cult and their puppets push homosexuality and attack the 1st and 2nd Amendments of the US Constitution

Free Speech is equated to "hate" by these worms.

Other Articles of Interest:

1. Cuomo Demands Democrats Shut Down the Government Unless More Gun Control Legislation Passes Link

2. Timothy Cardinal Dolan urging Catholic church parishioners to contact Gov. Cuomo to support education tax credits Link

3. Cuomo enlists cardinal to help push assistance for private, parochial schools Link

The Two Biggest Criminals in New York (My Opinion)

4. Gov. Cuomo has 'candid' sitdown with Archbishop Timothy Dolan and state's Catholic bishops Link

5. Mario Cuomo Made the Case for Catholics to Be Pro-Choice (Pro-Death) Link

6. Pro-life leaders lament Catholic Gov. Mario Cuomo’s pro-abortion legacy link (The Catholic cult like to keep abortion legal WHILE claiming to be against it. The result? More non-Catholics get abortions!

7. New York Jesuit parish is the final stop for boldface Catholics Link

8. Andrew Cuomo’s Brave New 'Roe' Link

9. Card. Dolan ‘would not suggest’ pro-abort Gov. Cuomo not a Catholic ‘in good standing’: archdiocese Link


10. Advocating for gun control is not something new for the Church <---Straight from the horse's mouth. Link

11. Cuomo to make NYC world's 3rd-trimester-abortion capital Link

12. New York Gov. Cuomo Signs Tough New Gun Control Law Link

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Archbishop Cupich on city’s gun violence: ‘We can’t continue this way’


Archbishop of Chicago, City with some of the toughest gun legislation and yet highest gun violence statistics wants to "help"




CHICAGO -- Archbishop Blase Cupich today weighed in on the city’s gun violence problem. Chicago’s Catholic leader called on the people of Chicago to get involved in the anti-violence movement and he’s prepared to lead the charge.

“I really believe people in Chicago want the best for the city,” Archbishop Cupich said. “And if I can be a part of stirring up a greater sense of ownership for the issues that are there, so that we can join hands and get something significant done, then I’m happy to do that and I invite others as well to speak out as well.”

And the Archbishop says he needs help. His call to action includes a request that voters contact elected officials and deliver the same message he has for our leaders who can’t seem to find a solution or compromise.

“There really is no reason why we need these combat weapons on our streets,” he says. “And so my hope would be that legislators would take seriously the danger that is inflicted on our neighborhoods but also the will of the people who really see this as a sensible way to move forward.”

But that’s not enough. As peace banners hang at catholic schools in the Archdiocese, the symbols need to spur a movement.

“My hope would be that people who are involved in the violence in our city, people who are in gangs, people who want to take out revenge on others, I would ask them to pray, too. I think all of us need to pray. This is a bigger problem than any one of us can solve. We need Gods help and we need each other,” Archbishop Cupich said.

On Father’s Day weekend, when a dozen died and dozens more were injured by gun violence in the city, the leader of 2.2 million Catholics urges common sense about guns and a sense of family unity.

“My hope would be that we would start a public discussion in our families, in our neighborhoods in our churches our places of work about what we really want as a society,” he said. “We can’t continue this way of having so many shootings and murders in our streets … especially these high powered automatic weapons, these street sweepers as we call them, that gun down people. … “We don’t need that in our streets and it’s time for us to say that and join hands together and get the job done.”

And don’t forget the foot soldiers, pastors like Father Michael Phleger and other priests who have been battling the gang influence in their parishes for years. Archbishop Cupich says he wants to work with them to come up with a wide reaching solution.

“They are living firsthand in this environment,” Archbishop Cupich says. “They are doing the funerals for people. They are consoling those who grieve the loss of their sons and daughters, people who are gunned down and who are living in this violence ... they live with that day in and day out and they are real heroes.”

The day he arrived here in Chicago, one of the first questions he faced at the airport was about the violence in Chicago. Acrchbishop Cupich says he knew then this would be a major focus for him as a pastor.

“I indicated that I see this as a major issue for the church to be involved in. so really from the get go I saw this as the case,” he says.

The Archbishop says if people feel hopeless they will not be able to change the world around them. But together he says – no matter what the religion, we can achieve peace.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Fox’s Greg Gutfeld Lashes Out At The Pope For “Lecturing On Guns” After Orlando

Gutfeld: “If The Vatican Were As Unarmed As Pulse … The Pope Would Not Be Alive”

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GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST): "....Now the Pope is lashing out at guns, not Islamism. He says guns circulate too freely. Doesn't he know that ISIS hits soft targets, not hard ones like the Vatican? Its all based on hard versus soft. If the Vatican were as unarmed as Pulse, the club, the pope would not be alive. But ISIS knows that the Pope is surrounded by a military force consisting of 100 plus ex-Swiss soldiers who carry muskets but also sub-machine guns, with heavily armed agents nearby. If that club, Pulse, had three percent of the Pope’s arms, he wouldn't lecturing on guns. The Pope complained that aid and food in few support countries are often blocked, but guns are not. Doesn't he see that if it weren't for armed men from our country, most aid would get nowhere. He says he is pro-life, not here I’m afraid. "

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