Pope Francis called out those who would exploit the Wuhan coronavirus for partisan purposes, insisting Wednesday that people must seek the common good above all.
Actress and left-wing activist Bette Midler lamented the current state of political discourse – saying that “it feels as though we are all much less classy” and noting that “shame has gone missing” – but completely ignored the fact that she has been a leader of launching vicious attacks against President Donald Trump, his family, GOP lawmakers, and Trump supporters.
Pope Francis insisted Monday that corruption is a “cancer” that makes people look for easy money and ends up making everyone poorer.
“Now the same maniacs are pushing the deranged impeachment,” Trump said. “Think of this. Impeachment. A witch hunt. The same as before.”
“The Democrats are more interested in pathetic political games and catering to a radical, leftist base than on producing results for our citizens,” Sanders wrote. “The Democrats are not after the truth, they are after the President.”
Pope Francis opened the landmark Vatican summit Thursday morning by urging his fellow bishops to “hear the cry of the little ones who plead for justice.”
The U.N. Special Representative for International Migration criticized the decision by several countries to withdraw from the Global Compact for Migration, saying the measure has seriously affected the spirit of multilateralism.