Gänswein’s Sacking is Sign of Francis’ Weakness

The harmonious cohabitation between Francis and Benedict is gone “for ever” after Archbishop Gänswein’s firing, who in Santa Marta was called “the third pope”, writes Massimo Franco (Corriere.it, …
Franco's off the mark in his analysis. Indeed, the Antichrist holds the strings well; simply, on one day he tightens the string harder on one side and on another day harder on the other. Bergoglio is a fine strategist who knows what he's doing, and his devil Maozim tells him in his ear how to proceed, and his guy obeys?
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The cracks in the carefully constructed scenery that conceals the false pontificate of Francis 1st are getting bigger.
No doubt the Ganswein affair has played a part in this.
The unauthorized communications from Pope Benedict to Cardinal Sarah lie at the heart of this.
Ganswein was not vigilant enough and had to be punished by Bergoglio the Merciful.
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