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Why might Crisis Editor & Propagandist Davis like Mitt Romney-like Skojec?

Today, Crisis magazine editor Michael Warren Davis who apparently wants to join the official Team Francis propaganda team, after singing the praise of Francis saying he "showed tremendous bravery" for his pro-Pachamama Querida Amazonia exhortation, praised Francis traditionalist Steve Skojec:

"Steve Skojec of OnePeterFive (no Francis groupie) recently pointed out, much of the right-wing media earns its daily bread by relentlessly trashing the Vicar of Christ."
(Crisis, "The Pope is still Catholic," February 13, 2020)

Traditionalist Catholics are starting to call the OnePeterFive publisher a Tino (traditionalist in name only).

They are saying out loud that he is the Mitt Romney of the traditionalist movement for his talent at backstabbing and throwing ex-friends who are traditionalists under the bus.

On February 5, Skojec ex-friend and traditionalist Oakes Spalding of Mahound's Paradise in Twitter said to Skojec:

"I never thought... you would lower yourself to this level of dishonesty... In the past, I privately tried to make peace between Steve and at least two of his growing number of ex-friends. They wouldn't budge. I now understand why."

Apparently, the OnePeterFive publisher stabbed his ex-friend Spalding in the back because he no longer subscribed to Skojec's propaganda that it is the highest of infallible dogmas of Francis traditionalists that Francis's conclave and Pope Benedict XVI's resignation are really, really valid.

Moreover for him, anyone who has the slightest doubt about Francis's validity is really, really crazy as well as a schismatic and headed to hell.

But, getting back to Crisis editor Davis, it appears that he favors a certain religious order founded by a pervert in his writing of pro-Francis articles.

Davis loves ex-Legionaries of Christ Skojec because he seems to be his kind of traditionalist and conservative. Davis in a Francis propaganda article for the Catholic Herald said and did the following:

He showed no shame in quoting the so-called journalist Tom Hoops who was a propagandist for the infamous pedophile pervert founder of the Legionaries of Christ Marcial Marciel in his pro-Francis piece.

Apparently, Davis likes the pervert founded Legionaries of Christ because next he brings into his article "Legionary priest and blogger Fr. Matthew Schneider, defending Pope Francis."

He, also, hilariously called follow Francis propagandist Stephen Walford a "conservative."

Finally, he had the gall to say pro-Francis propagandist Zac Mabry is a traditionalist in the spin article.
(Crisis, "Not all conservatives are unsettled by Francis's pontificate," June 20, 2019)

On February 24, 2019, in Tweeter, real traditionalist Fr. David Nix ridiculed the so-called traditionalist Mabry who apparently may be a cover-up artist for the sex abusing gay mafia who have infiltrated the Catholic priesthood.

Nix in Tweeter showed how propagandistic was Mabry's Tweet which said Francis's Vatican sex abuse summit was a "serious, frank conversation about fighting sexual abuse."

Fr. Nix responsed "Do you believe your own Tweet?.. Homosexual issue hasn't been mentioned."

Why might Francis propagandist Davis like Mitt Romney-like Skojec?

It appears that Skojec in the mind of Davis might be a follow traveler with the above mentioned Francis "conservatives" and Francis "traditionalists."

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church as well as the Triumph of the Kingdom of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.


Comments

Aqua said…
RINOs are a blight on conservative, Constitution, rule-of-law, tradition based politics. They use the Republican name to deceptively advance the opposite result. RINOs actually believe they best represent conservative ideals, even as true conservatism collapses amidst the leftist onslaught.

TINO - Trad In Name Only ... Like.

TINOs are a blight on conservative, Dogmatic, Magisterial, Tradition based Catholicism. They use the Traditionalist name to deceptively advance the opposite result. TINOs actually believe they best represent Traditionalist ideals, even as Tradition collapses amidst the Modernist onslaught.
The Mustard Seed Church is real.
Alexis Bugnolo said…
Fred, you are on to something. When Michael Matt compared calling a Synod to depose Bergoglio with an impeachment of Trump, alarm bells went off. Are these Bergoglio is certainly the pope Americans never Trumpers or democrats? Just like the USCCB?
BrotherBeowulf said…
Untie the Clams!

Free the Glutens!

--Ann Barnhardt, and Tom Waits

Today I'm running down to the prettiest "cathedral that's not" in New York--St Vincent Ferrer Church.

His Eminence Joseph Cardinal Zen will be there. One of the few valiant Churchmen in the world.

Given the opportunity, I mean to ask him about the Un-Pope.

Parolin is really not THE problem. Parolin couldn't trash the Church in China without the green light from the Un-Pope. United in crime, even if like the demons they despise one another.

"Rejoice O Virgin Mary, alone thou hast destroyed all heresies throughout the world."
Alexis Bugnolo said…
Great Beowulf,

While you are there pray to Saint Vincent and remind the Cardinal that Saint Vincent was deceived for 38 years about who was the true pope because his Cardinal friends lied to him about the legal facts of the case.
Aqua said…
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
Aqua said…
Genuinely curious, why my entry that merely quoted Holy scripture was “removed by a blog administrator”.
Fred Martinez said…
Aqua,

I am sorry. I don't remember removing it. Maybe I did it by accident. Hopefully, someone hasn't figured out my password. Please repost. Thank you for all your comments which are are thought through.
Aqua said…
Thanks.

I’m just a guest, and try to respect the rules and tenor of the hosts (regardless of their views) who put in all the real work.

I don’t mind getting blocked, in service to a good cause. But here, on “friendly turf” where I only learn and never disagree, it was ... surprising, to see that. Especially over a Scriptural support.

Usually technical difficulties are only on my end, so, I understand and thanks again for all you do here.
Fred Martinez said…
Aqua,

This thing bugs me. I once deleted by accident and apologized immediately. If I did my accident that is a first. Thanks for your understanding. Please know that you are are one of the commenters I most respect. Please repost the Scripture. Again, I am sorry that happened.
Fred Martinez said…
Aqua,

I meant to say: "If I did by accident and didn't know I did it that is a first." To make up for your distress I will say a decade of the rosary for you and your family.
Aqua said…
For the decade on my behalf I am truly grateful.

I’ll return the favor and offer up my daily Rosary intention on behalf of your blog which is faithful and very good.

God bless you and your work.

I honestly can’t remember which Scripture I posted. I just remember I posted it. It seemed fitting at the time. One of the benefits of reading the Bible every day for much of my life and memorizing Scriptures (back in the day) is a decent connection and recall of God’s Word when it is needed.

This, like most (perhaps all) of my comments, just hits me in the moment and I write them down.

God bless you, sir.
Fred Martinez said…
Aqua,

Thank you for the rosary, your patience and kindness.

God bless you and your family.

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