When looking for hate of President Donald Trump, one doesn’t need to look too far. You can find it in the most interesting places. The Roman Catholic Church, an institution that is supposed to be about unconditional love for all apparently didn’t get the point across to one of their leaders.

Bishop Robert McElroy told followers to that Trump is a “disrupter.” He then gave them all advice on how to deal with that disruption in their lives.

From Dennis Michael Lynch:

McElroy’s six-minute speech at the World Meeting of Popular Movements took place in front of a group comprised of community organizers and self-proclaimed social justice warriors.

“President Trump was the candidate of disruption. He was the disrupter,” McElroy said on Saturday. “Well now, we must all become disrupters.”

Believing President Trump will “send troops into our streets to deport the undocumented, [and] rip mothers and fathers from their families,”McElroy advocated for fellow leaders of the Catholic church to “see, act, judge” against Trump.

“We must make the issues of jobs, housing, immigration, economic disparities, and the environment foundations for common efforts, rather than of division. We must seek prophetic words and prophetic actions which produce unity and cohesion, and we must do so in a spirit of hope, which is realistic,” McElroy exclaimed.

Bishop McElroy is known for bringing his liberal brand of politics to the pulpit. In February of 2016 he made a speech calling Americans “bigots” while pandering to Islam at a meeting with Sayyid Syeed of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). ISNA was founded by members of the Muslim Brotherhood and has ties to Islamic terrorist groups.

via Patriot Fire:

Advertisements