Pope Francis Backs Migrants Again, Still Silent on Clergy Sex Abuse

Pope Francis delivers his speech during his audience for members of the International Pilgrimage of the Ministrants at St Peter’s Square on July 31, 2018 in Vatican City. (Photo by Andreas SOLARO / AFP) (Photo credit should read ANDREAS SOLARO/AFP/Getty Images)

Pope Francis urged countries around the world to migrants ahead of national security interests while celebrating the Roman Catholic Church’s World Day of Migrants and Refugees, but remained silent about the largest problem plaguing his church today.

“Solidarity must be concretely expressed at every stage of the migratory experience – from departure through journey to arrival and return,” Francis said, according to Reuters. “The principle of the centrality of the human person … obliges us to always prioritize personal safety over national security.”

The Pope has been known for his far left activism, especially in the way of open borders and tacit support of sexual promiscuity among his clergy. He has yet to seriously investigate claims of sexual abuse that led to the resignation of one of his top Cardinals, Theodore McCarrick, former Archbishop of Washington D.C. In fact, like a mob boss or gang leader, he has instructed the clergy to remain silent.

Now, more than 10 U.S. state attorneys general have subpoenaed all records from the Catholic Church pertaining to sexual abuse by clergy, or coverups thereof.

Still, the Pope continues to push his leftist agenda down the throats of Catholics all over the world with impunity.

Francis denounced the “collective and arbitrary expulsions of migrants and refugees” which he said “are not suitable solutions.” The only suitable solution for the Pope, who is the religious head of the globalist elite, would be for Western nations to be overrun with migrants until they are no longer recognizable.

He also called for “broader options for migrants and refugees to enter destination countries safely and legally.”