HELLBOUND: Crooked Hillary Gets Warning From Catholic Church That Proves EXACTLY How Evil She Is

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Hillary Clinton is in for a world of hurt after a Catholic archbishop issued a stern warning against her.

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In a savage tweet, an Archbishop issues a grave warning about Hillary Clinton’s latest abortion comments. This is a must-watch video for all Americans who love to see Hilary get owned.

On Friday, Bishop Joseph E. Strickland of Tyler, Texas warned against listening to Hillary Clinton after her abortion remarks.

Bishop Strickland tweeted, “Please, please don’t listen to this evil woman. Her lies and immorality need to be silenced for the good of humanity.” 

In an interview with PBS’ “Amanpour and Company,” Clinton said the overturning of Roe v. Wade had put women’s rights “under attack” in the United States. Fox News reported that she compared the state of American women with those in Iran, Afghanistan, and Ukraine.


This is not the first time Archbishop Strickland has made his voice heard on holding politicians who claim to be catholic accountable. Back in January of  2021, he called on three key three key leaders Nancy Pelosi, Andrew Cuomo and Joe Biden to protect the unborn as true catholic do.

This Archbishop Strictland then also tweeted, “President Biden please stop spending our tax dollars to fund abortions around the world. You claim to be Catholic but you obviously are ignoring the basic teachings of the Catholic faith. Please make a decision to either follow Catholic teaching or stop claiming to be Catholic.”

Catholic teaching tells us children are a gift from God or else God would not call upon to “fruitfill and multiply,” something many catholic claiming politicians tend to ignore once in office.

Fox News reported last year, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s hometown Catholic Archbishop, Salvatore Cordileone, slammed her recent support of eliminating the Hyde Amendment. He suggested she was not the “devout Catholic” she claimed to be.

At the time, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone told Catholic News Agency, “To use the smokescreen of abortion as an issue of health and fairness to poor women is the epitome of hypocrisy: what about the health of the baby being killed?”

He continued, “What about giving poor women real choice, so they are supported in choosing life?”

In addition, the Archbishop said, “It is people of faith who run pro-life crisis pregnancy clinics; they are the only ones who provide poor women with life-giving alternatives to having their babies killed in their wombs. I cannot be prouder of my fellow Catholics who are so prominent in providing this vital service. To them, I say: you are the ones worthy to call yourselves ‘devout Catholics’!”

Cordileone then re-emphasized, “Let me repeat: no one can claim to be a devout Catholic and condone the killing of innocent human life, let alone have the government pay for it.”

IMAGE3 >>Even then Archbishop Joseph Strickland took to twitter and thanked Archbishop Cordileone. 

When we as Christians lose our way, it is our communities responsibility to hold us accountable. The conversation of separation of church and state is often one brought up here but churches are mainly communities that people belong to with one crucial thing in common, GOD. Same goes when leaders of our religious communities step out of outline, it’s the congregation’s responsibility to reel them in. That is why there is a trend of Archbishops speaking out against political leaders who claim to belong in their communities. As Christians, we are called to love our neighbor and to do unto others as we would have them do unto us. This principle extends to those in positions of power and influence. When those in positions of authority abuse their power or act in ways that are contrary to the teachings of Christianity, it is the responsibility of the community to hold them accountable. This is not always easy, but it is essential if we are to maintain our integrity as a community of faith.

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