Speaking with fellow Jesuits during his recent visit to Thailand, Pope Francis shamefully suggested that President Trump is like the biblical King Herod, who ordered the massacre of infant males to rid himself of Jesus, for separating families at the border and yet doing nothing to stem drugs flowing into the country.
“In other parts there are walls that even separate children from parents. Herod comes to mind,” the Pope said. “Yet for drugs, there’s no wall to keep them out.” This is a claim. The United States does everything in its power to halt drug trafficking.
“The phenomenon of migration is compounded by war, hunger and a ‘defensive mindset,’ which makes us in a state of fear believe that you can defend yourself only by strengthening borders,” he added. This too is ridiculous. Secure borders and immigration laws are reasonable, compassionate, and vital for national sovereignty. “At the same time,” he added, “there is exploitation.”
Yes, there is exploitation: globalists like Pope Francis exploit migrants to promote open-borders chaos.