I haven’t watched this in a while but this director of the Arizona DPS Department of Public Safety tries to use the funeral of a law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty as the reason he’s way – and I do mean waaay – over the speed limit, and the cop who rightly pulled him over gave him a pass. Just as bad.
So, he gets out of a ticket etc. over the body of a dead cop.
Let’s do an analogy, shall we? Is there one?
- Hey, I’m entitled to be a hero by promoting “vaccines” over the dead bodies of babies murdered for research, development, testing, and I’m a bishop so I get to do what ever the hell I want – and I do mean whatever the hell I want – because the Church is here for me, so that I can be a hero! And I can smack down anyone who gets in my way, because I’m the one, I’m the only one. I say what law is; I say what justice is; I… I… I…
What’s really disturbing is that all this is done with smiles and niceness, you know, it’s polite society. Really creepy. Murderers always are. They give themselves a license to murder.
Do they really think Jesus is going to listen to their rationalizations: “But Jesus, I had to play the hero by murdering the least of the brethren in the womb. I’m a hero! I’m a hero! I’m a hero!”
Pope Francis’ latest move about forbidding a testing option, and instead just demanding “vaccine” jabs for all is cruel, raw power cut off from reason and justice. I will not comply. But many (Cardinal) (Arch)bishops do comply and direct their priests to comply. No testing options. Get the jab! they scream. And, thank God, there are some priests with integrity who do not comply, and so are thrown a trash heap of history, amongst the bodies of the murdered babies. It reminds me of that scene recounted by Fulton Sheen upon the liberation of an extermination camp. There was a small mountains of bulldozed bodies. Sitting on top was a teenage girl. When asked what she was doing there, she answered, “How can I live when all my people are dying.” Good for these few, these very few honest priests.
Sure, I’ll probably be put under interdict or excommunicated for speaking about cruel, raw power cut off from reason and justice, but that’s what it is, cruel raw power, and such a reprimand is necessary:
- “When Cephas came to Antioch, I opposed him to his face, because he stood condemned.” (Galatians 2:11)
Just because someone has hurt feelings over this citation, well, I don’t care. I want them to go to heaven, even at the cost of their having momentary hurt feelings, even at the cost of my being smashed down by way of interdict or excommunication. All of that is illegitimate, for I have not committed a crime of causing such ecclesiastics to be hated. No, no. I ask people to pray for those who so hotly desire babies to be murdered for their own benefit so that such prayers might help them to convert. But, again, Jesus is the last One they want to hear about. Hail Mary… [“fruit of thy womb, Jesus…”]