|Note to our Catholic friends: The Klan didn't do this. Muslim did this.|
DAILYKENN.com -- An Islamic hate group detonated a bomb at a Catholic church in the Philippines. Twenty are confirmed dead.
Meanwhile, the Pope maintains his extremist far-left stance on immigration that would expose America's Catholic community to countless thousands of Islamic slugs who hate them and want to exterminate them.
Catholics are brainwashed to believe the Ku Klux Klan is a racist hate group that targets them. In reality we know of no instance in which the KKK killed Catholics. Some Klan groups restricted their membership to protestant whites. Other Klan groups, particularly in Louisiana where Catholicism flourishes, allowed Catholic membership.
Catholics have come under fire from far-left extremists in recent weeks.
• Two Democratic senators criticized the nomination of a federal judge due to his Catholicism. Their hate stems from their advocacy of aborting babies. Sens. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii criticized Donald Trump for nominating Omaha-based lawyer Brian Buescher to sit on the U.S. District Court in Nebraska. Buescher is a member of the Knights of Columbus, an all-male Catholic fraternity that honors Christopher Columbus, the patron saint of travelers. [source]
• Students from a Catholic school in Kentucky were falsely accused of harassing an Indian elder during a pro-life rally in Washington, DC.
• Donald Trump, on the other hand, successfully nominated Brett Kavanaugh, a Catholic, to sit on the Supreme Court. Catholics are now a majority of SCOTUS justices.
|McClatchy News | Cathlophobic hate portrays Catholics as pedophiles and Trump as anti-Islam.|
Meanwhile, in the Philippines . . .
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At least 20 people were killed and 111 wounded after two bombs exploded minutes apart during Sunday Mass in a Catholic cathedral on the southern Philippine island of Jolo.
After the initial blast inside the Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Jan. 27, which destroyed the wooden pews and glass windows, Mass-goers were rushing to get outside when a second bomb detonated near the cathedral’s entrance, the Associated Press reported.
Police and army troops stationed outside the cathedral were also caught in the second blast when trying to enter the cathedral.
According to police, at least 15 civilians and 5 soldiers were killed in the explosions. Among the wounded there were at least 90 civilians, 17 soldiers, two police officers, and two coast guards. No one has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.
The Philippines bishops' conference condemned the attack as an "act of terrorism."
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