Below is Abp. Viganò’s account of what transpired with himself, Francis, and Kim Davis. For those who are confused by Francis’ behavior in Viganò’s retelling of events, keep in mind that this is Francis’ modus operandi — he tells everyone what he thinks they want to hear to their faces but in private has his minions publicly stab the same people in the back. One example of this can be read in Omar Bello’s El Verdadero Francisco (The True Francis), where Francis has his lackeys throw out an employee of the Curia and leaves the man, “without a job but with a brand new car as a gift, believing Francis to be a saint driven by circumstances beyond his control, dominated by a host of malicious assistants.” This is the way a Peronist steeped in Talmudism operates. It’s the reason he has a book written about him called The Dictator Pope. This duplicitous behavior is as common to Francis as breathing is to a normal person. It’s one of the keys to understanding him and his reign. When it comes to the matter of homosexuality, one of Francis’ pet causes, it shouldn’t come as a surprise. How many people know that Francis privately told a female who had sex change surgery, “you are a son of God, who accepts you exactly as you are. Of course you are a son of the Church!” Or that in Argentina he helped a homosexual couple adopt twins and had them baptized in a cathedral; is in favor of civil unions for homosexuals; saw to it that a man who identified as a female was given a funeral at the Church of the Gesù, the mother church of Francis’ Jesuit order; washed the feet of a man who dresses as a woman on Maundy Thursday and oversaw that the same man received communion? (see Francis takes his ‘Jubilee Year of Mercy’ to its logical conclusion) As Francis told Antonio Spadaro some time ago in an interview, “We cannot insist only on issues related to abortion, gay marriage and the use of contraceptive methods...We have to find a new balance; otherwise even the moral edifice of the church is likely to fall like a house of cards, losing the freshness and fragrance of the Gospel” and further implied these matters were an unhealthy “obsession” for pewsitters. As one reads Viganò’s account keep in mind the cover-up of sex abuse in the Novus Ordo Francis has participated in not only at the Vatican but in Argentina where this endemic behavior of his first appeared.