It appears the Pope has a little history of violence as a new video emerges of him slapping another woman back in 2018.
He recently apologized for slapping a woman on New Year’s Eve at St. Peter’s Square.
Here’s the video:
NOPE FROM THE POPE: While greeting people in St. Peter's Square on New Year's Eve, Pope Francis had to pull himself away from a woman who grabbed his hand and yanked him toward her. https://t.co/umkpOnbbX6 pic.twitter.com/0XzxtWTMUd
— CBS News (@CBSNews) December 31, 2019
On a trip to Chile back in 2018, new video surfaced of the Pope slapping what appears to be a religious sister.
Watch the video here:
Goodness! And once again slapping a woman! @pontifex now has literally a *recorded* history of violence against women.
As always, just as liberals are the biggest racists, they are also the true misogynists. https://t.co/DALhtjALkA
— Rorate Caeli (@RorateCaeli) January 4, 2020
Maybe it’s time someone reminds the Pope to keeps his hands to himself.
While I’m sure it’s not a job requirement, shaking hands and meeting people does come with the territory of being the Pope.
What are your thoughts on the Pope slapping people’s hands when they get too close?
Leave a comment below and let us know what you think.
Copyright 2020. ReliableNews.org