Bishops Turn Blind Eye Toward TransCatholic Joe Biden

Last June, Joe Biden boasted to the AFL-CIO that his administration was “changing people’s lives.” He didn’t add that American Catholic lives were “Target Number One” — we’ve had to learn that the hard way. The fact that Joe is a baptized Catholics holding in thrall the Georgetown Jesuit Community does raise eyebrows, to be sure, but it gets no rise from America’s Catholic bishops. We’re left to figure it out for ourselves.

So, let’s give it a try.

Joe Biden is a “spiritual tranny,” a Very-Devout-Catholic-While-Terrorist who angrily waves his Rosary in our face while commanding the massacres of more thousands of unborn children. He also delights in pursuing the persecution of Catholics, pro-lifers, and countless members of other communities that are energized by their participation in the natural law.

We know that those who undergo the varieties of transgender medical vivisection and its companion tortures cannot escape their original, God-given sexual identity. But “spiritual trannies” like Joe are a different breed.

Physical trannies hate their body’s natural sex, renounce it, and even butcher it in their passion for denial.

Spiritual trannies take a different path. Like their physical tranny cousins, they hate — in fact, they hate a lot. This time, their target is their own soul’s unchangeable character. In Joe’s case, he’s at war with his soul’s indelible Sacramental Mark bestowed by his Baptism, a mark that will endure through eternity.

Instead of “transitioning” to another religion — perhaps Unitarianism or outright Satanism — Joe defends his “Catholic” identity, the better to butcher Catholic truth with the authority of a believer, rather than the smoldering contempt of a mere apostate.

Unlike the average closet heretic, Joe has accumulated a vast arsenal of power. Here he conveniently ignores Christ’s admonition to Pilate — “Thou couldest have no power at all against me, except it were given thee from above” (John 19:11).

None of that for Tranny Joe. He challenges God and the successors of the apostles and dares them to stop him.

So far, he’s winning.

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