Pope Francis has enraged millions of Catholics with his left-wing political activism.

His most controversial actions have often come during the course of his long running feud with Donald Trump.

But now he crossed a line that may be unforgivable.

Pope Francis is a cheerleader for open borders and mass migration.

As such, he was furious when Trump rescinded Obama’s illegal DACA amnesty program.

Francis blasted Trump as “not being pro-life” for opposing amnesty.

CNN reported:

“If US President Donald Trump considers himself “pro-life,” he should reconsider his decision to end a program that allows the children of undocumented immigrants to remain in the United States, Pope Francis said.

“The President of the United States presents himself as pro-life and if he is a good pro-lifer, he understands that family is the cradle of life and its unity must be protected,” Francis said.

The Pope’s comments came during a news conference Sunday aboard the papal plane, as he returned to the Vatican after a five-day trip to Colombia. In the wide-ranging Q&A with reporters, the Pope also said history will harshly judge deniers of climate change.

The Pope acknowledged that he was not familiar with the specifics of DACA. “I think this law comes not from parliament but from the executive,” the Pope said. “If that is so, I am hopeful that it will be re-thought.”

Even though Pope Francis admitted he didn’t really know what he was talking about since he didn’t know all of the details about DACA, his comments reflected common liberal talking points.

Leftists always accuse Republicans of not really being pro-life because they oppose welfare handout programs.

Liberals argue that since Republicans don’t believe in redistribution of wealth their pro-life stance is a sham because conservatives don’t care about human life after a person is born.

This is nonsense.

Being pro-life is about protecting innocent human life from destruction.

It means every person is valuable and everyone has the right to live.

It’s not about welfare or open borders.

And it does not mean everyone has the right to enter America and be granted citizenship.

Trump is not threatening human life by enforcing America’s immigration laws.

And Pope Francis himself has recently come under fire for a wavering commitment to the right to life.

When European courts were refusing to allow young Charlie Gard to undergo potentially lifesaving medical treatments, Francis said the situation was “complicated.”

He quickly backtracked when he was subjected to intense criticism for weakening the Catholic Church’s unimpeachable position on the right to life.

These comments represent another misstep by Pope Francis.

Open borders is not church doctrine.

It is his political opinion.

Pope Francis swerved far outside the bounds of theology to attack anyone’s commitment to the pro-life cause because they disagree with Francis’ belief that mass migration and open borders are fundamental human rights.

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