BOOM!!! CNN Tries To Call Rubio A Bad Christian For Insulting Castro, WATCH WHAT HAPPENS NEXT!

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CNN is one of the most popular broadcasting TV channels in the world. Before and after the elections,we can say, their reputation is completely ruined. The entire mainstream media attack honest and sincere people who want JUSTICE. Look what happened when CNN reporter Dana Bash tried to attack Marco Rubio.

“Senator, you called President Obama ‘pathetic’ for offering condolences to Fidel Castro’s family, but, you know, he wasn’t the only world leader to do so. Even Pope Francis sent a telegram expressing sentiments of sorrow. As a practicing Catholic, what’s your reaction to that?” she asked.

“Well, as a practicing Catholic, I believe in the theological authority of the Bishop of Rome, and that’s what Pope Francis is,” started Rubio.

“On political matters, however–particularly our foreign policy issues, I don’t necessarily believe that that binds those of us in the faith in terms of issues of foreign policy. I still respect it, but it’s a very different thing,” he continued.

“Pope Francis is the leader of a religious organization, the Roman Catholic Church. Barack Obama’s the president of the most powerful country in the world. What I called pathetic was not mentioning whatsoever in that statement the reality that there are thousands upon thousands of people who suffered brutally under the Castro regime,” said Rubio.

H/T Conservative101

This is a real diplomat and his answer is completely correct. He did not fail on this provocation and told the truth about Catro and his regime. He was a communist and many people suffered under his rule. Now we realize who is our real enemy… The liberal movement, backed up by the great bankers and corporations plus the mainstream media. Ironically, this ,,real Christians” work with full power to erase our religion from the USA( we have so many reports about this liberal agenda). Pure hypocrisy!

 

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