Earlier this week, Jonathan Moseley, in a column published by the looney bin known as WorldNetDaily, denounced Pope Francis' condemnation of unfettered capitalism and the idolatry of money by asserting that Jesus Christ was a capitalist.
Today, Ileana Johnson Paugh, also writing for the conspiracy theory dump site, took condemnation of the Pope even further by trying to tie him to the Russian KGB.
"According to Lt. Gen. Ion Pacepa, the Soviet communist-led idea of 'social justice' was infiltrated successfully by the KGB into Latin America's Catholic Church as a religious movement called 'liberation theology'" she writes. "The goal was to 'incite Latin America's poor to rebel against the 'institutionalized violence of poverty' generated by the United States.' (Lt. Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa, 'Disinformation,' WND Books, 2013)."
Yet, as was already pointed out with Moseley, Pope Francis' remarks can be sourced to the Bible. For example: "No one can serve two masters. For you will hate one and love the other, or be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money" (Luke 16:13)
Paugh will hate to hear this, but it's the truth: Being Christian isn't just about going to church on Sunday and screaming at gay people for the other six days of the week.