Jorge Bergoglio has told us many, many lies. The words “plethora,” “myriad,” “glut,” “superabundance,” and “deluge” come to mind when one reviews his thoroughgoing, consummate mendacity since his fraudulent installation by the Vatican’s Lavender Mafia. However, one of his prevarications stands head and shoulders above, actually below in a moral and theological sense, all the rest.
In his own words, he has attempted to elevate to the status of magisterial doctrine this lie:
No one can be condemned forever.
He has proclaimed and promulgated this lie for all the faithful in the Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia. This top-of-the-line, golden-buzzer, blue-ribbon, championship lie is his whopper of all whoppers for several reasons.
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Jorge Gratias! For correcting Jesus’s error in Matthew’s Gospel:
Gratias Jorge! for the implicit denunciation of Jesus Christ as Himself a liar. Jorge Bergoglio has implicitly inferred Jesus was a liar. If Jesus said what He knew to be untrue – that **** is forever – and He said in so many ways, so many times the lies, about everlasting fire, about not having life in us, and not inheriting His kingdom, Jesus lied to us. Finally, after all these millennia of mistake, we now have the truth.
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According to Jorge’s truth, Jesus has made a mistake, actually many, because, as we now know, Gratias Jorge! again, no one is condemned forever. But, we also know that God does not make mistakes. Following Jorge’s new “logic of the Jorge Gospel,” Jesus, who erred, wasn’t, isn’t, and cannot be divine. Jesus is not God. However, thank God we are left with God the Father, the Holy Spirit, and Jorge.
Truth is consistent. If 2 + 2 = 4, then 4 + 4 must = 8; 8 + 8 must = 16, and so on. If the lie 2 + 2 = 5 is promulgated, with the demand for...
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