Pope Francis praises Catholic ‘fact-checking’ media group tied to Gates, Soros


Assessment: Pope Francis praised the International Catholic Media Consortium on COVID-19 Vaccines, funded by Google and linked to George Soros and Bill Gates, for its work fighting ‘misleading’ information on COVID jabs …

Pope Francis on Friday met with the International Catholic fact-checking group catholic-factchecking.com, which promotes abortion-tainted injections and is linked to Bill Gates and George Soros, thanking them for combating “fake news and the manipulation of the consciences of the weakest.”

The morning of January 28, Pope Francis met with members of the International Catholic Media Consortium on COVID-19 Vaccines, or “Catholic fact-checking,” in the Vatican’s Clementine Hall, where he gave an address to the group. 

And Jesus answered and said to them: “Take heed that no one deceives you. For many will come in My name, saying, ‘I am the Christ,’ and will deceive many.” Matthew 24:4

Catholic 'fact-checking' group pushing COVID jabs linked to Gates, Soros, Pontifical Academy for Life - LifeSite

Pope Francis praised the group for its “aim to highlight fake news and partial or misleading information on COVID-19 vaccines,” and for attacking “disinformation circulating on the web today.”

“You have started to do so by networking different Catholic media and involving various experts,” said Francis. “Your initiative started as a consortium to stand together for the truth. And thank you, thank you for that.”

The Consortium has been revealed to receive funding from Big Tech giant Google, and is further linked to population control advocates George Soros and Bill Gates.

The Consortium also promotes the abortion-tainted COVID jabs, perhaps explaining why its scientific committee lists a number of Vatican officials, including the chancellor and various members of the Pontifical Academy for Life (PAV), which itself promotes abortion-tainted injections. In responding to questions about “the ethical character of the process of producing the vaccines,” the Consortium not only defends the use of the abortion-tainted COVID jabs, but also attacks natural immunity, and criticizes the concept of seeking a religious exemption to jab mandates.

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