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Skojec is the Mirror Image of Dawn Eden

Leftist Catholic Dawn Eden never stops claiming that anyone who doesn't 100 percent support her beloved Francis's Amoris Laetitia Communion for adulterers or thinks his upcoming Amazon Synod is heretical is not a real Catholic.

Ethnically Jewish Eden's trump card on anyone who doesn't 100 agree with her is to call them a anti-Semitic or in other words:

"Shut up, anti-Semitic!"

One Peter Five publisher Steve Skojec never stops claiming that anyone who doesn't 100 percent support his infallible dogma that the Francis conclave was beyond any doubt valid and dares to claim that there is a possibility it was invalid is not a real Catholic.

The self proclaimed traditionalist Skojec's trump card on anyone who doesn't 100 percent agree with him is to call them schismatic or in other words:

"Shut up schismatic!"

(Is it possible Francis got his whole new "shut up, schismatic" strategy from Skojec and his Twitter collaborator Taylor Marshall?)

Eden and Skojec are the mirror image of each other down to their virtue signaling after someone has insensitively hurt their feelings.

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.

Comments

Aqua said…
If you can’t answer a question, declare the debate over. Insult, marginalize and make fun of your opponent.

It’s a grade school playground tactic. Isolate and denigrate your opponent, surround them with a pack of laughing children, make an example so no one chooses their side, only your side for fear of being attacked; wanting to be on the safe side of the bully circle.

Alinsky liked and perfected this method for adult consumption.

Bullies typically fold when the least amount of pressure or ridicule is applied. They count on fear to maintain their position.

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