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Showing posts from December 24, 2023

Flashback: Rush: "Evidence why the Country Should Never have been Shut Down"

Citing asymptomatic coronavirus cases, Rush Limbaugh says “the country should never have been shut down” Video file Video Player 00:00 02:13 SHARE Citation From the May 4, 2020, edition of Premiere Networks’  The Rush Limbaugh Show [] May 04, 2020 Today, Rush Limbaugh on his show said: "I want you to listen to this from the Scarf Queen, Dr. Deborah Birx. This is Saturday night. She was on with Judge Jeanine on the Fox News Channel. And the question from Judge Jeanine, “As we test people, we know more and more have it, and we’re learning that the lethality rate,' the mortality rate, the death rate, 'is so much lower than we thought.” BIRX: "I think we underestimated very early on the number of asymptomatic cases... " "... RUSH: Wait just a second. This is not some indiscriminate, minor little miscalculation. This may be one of the pri

Do Francis Trads & Neocons Beat a Hasty Retreat from Paragraph 5 of Pope John Paul lI's Universi Dominici Gregis Conclave Constitution & the Case of Antipope Anacletus II?

Matt Gaspers @MattGaspers Replying to @DCudihy The validity of the 2013 conclave is theologically certain based on the fact that Francis was peacefully and universally accepted as the true Pope following his election. For a thorough treatment of this subject, see Quote Tweet Matt Gaspers @MattGaspers · Dec 31, 2022 This lengthy and thoroughly sourced article first appeared in @cathfamilynews as a two-part feature (Sept–Oct. 2016 issues): http:// r-benedict-true-pope.html … Topics covered include: Benedict's Resignation, Francis' Election, Peaceful & Universal Acceptance, Dogmatic Facts, etc. 6:58 PM · Jan 2, 2023 Canon 332 §2 & Substantial Error: Mazza vs. Feser & The ... Dr. Edward Feser apparently claims that Robert Siscoe's idea that  if Francis was not "lawfully elected" his supposed "peaceful and universal acceptance" could overturn an unlawful election: "For even apart from the specifics of tho