Just After Meeting With Pope Francis, Pelosi Flees Rome Church Service In ‘Security Incident’

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Pope Francis granted a private audience in the Vatican to U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Saturday, just two weeks after the House passage of the most radical pro-abortion legislation ever introduced.

 

Speaker Pelosi got allegedly heckled at St Patrick’s Catholic American Parish, in Rome, causing her to abruptly leave the Mass she was attending. Paulist Fr. Steven Petroff, rector of St. Patrick’s, addresses the alleged “security incident”, causing the Speaker to leave.”

 

But according to a spokesperson for Pelosi, Italian government officials made the decision to remove the speaker and her husband from the premises of St. Patrick’s Church in Rome’s historical center after a nearby anti-vaccination protest turned violent.

Fr. Steve Petroff, pastor of St. Patrick’s, also backed up the claim that Pelosi’s departure was due to nearby violence and told Washington Post reporter Chico Harlan that “there was no heckling.”

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“Speaker Pelosi was a welcomed guest at St. Patrick’s,” wrote Petroff in a follow-up email to NCR, “and we hope to see her again the next time she is in Rome.”

 

For his part, Pope Francis has insisted that abortion is “murder” and that abortionists are like “hit men” who are paid to assassinate those deemed inconvenient.

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