August 3, 2021

Tim Kaine Connections to Communists and Radicals and the Theology of Liberation


Tim Kaine

Senator Timothy “Tim” Kaine, Democrat from Virginia, is the candidate for Vice President of his party for 2016.

Timothy “Tim” Kaine was born in Kansas on February 26, 1958. He graduated from Harvard Law School. He is currently serving as Senator from Virginia. He was elected to the Senate in 2012 and is the nominee of his party for Vice President in the 2016 election.

Previously, Kaine served as governor of Virginia from 2006 to 2010. He was also chairman of the Democratic National Committee from 2009 to 2011. On July 22, 2016, Hillary Clinton announced that she had selected Tim Kaine to be her vice presidential running mate.

Recent concerns regarding Hillary Clinton’s health has made many to look at the ideology and past radical connections of Senator Kaine. Sadly, this writer has found Tim Kaine’s very radical and dangerous past associations. This explains why Obama considered him as his Vice President pick and why Clinton chose him for the same spot.

On September 12, 2016, Mark Tapson wrote an article titled “Hillary VP Pick Kaine’s Radical Roots” which was published in the website Truth Revolt. Tapson explained that with Hillary Clinton’s health in serious doubt, her Vice President pick Senator Tim Kaine is drawing more attention as the presidential election approaches.

th-1Ken Blackwell

Ken Blackwell, ambassador to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, and a former Secretary of State of Ohio and Cincinnati Mayor, wrote an article titled “Tim Kaine’s Radical Roots” which was published on the website Hill on September 9, 2016. Blackwell’s article focuses on Kaine’s “radical roots” and “Soviet sympathizing mentors.”

Blackwell pointed out that Tim Kaine speaks proudly of his life transforming “mission” trip to Latin America in 1980. Conveniently left out of these stories are Tim Kaine’s Soviet sympathizing mentors. In fact, “whatever Kaine’s intentions, he more likely met Karl Marx than Jesus Christ while there.”  A very alarming picture emerges of Kaine’s adventures with radicals and communist revolutionaries in 1980s in Latin America.

Reports indicate that in Honduras Kaine adopted an interpretation of the gospel known as Marxist Catholic Liberation Theology. This is not and was not mainstream “Catholic thought.” It is and was a radical Marxist-based ideology at odds with the Church, the United States, and the West but supportive of (and supported by) the Soviet Union. Sadly, since the selection of Pope Francis in the Vatican as leader of the Church, this Marxist-based Catholic Liberation Theology has taken new strength.

What is the Marxist Liberation Theology and why Pope Francis supports it?

Thomas D. Williams wrote an article entitled “Highest ranking core war defector: the KGB invented liberation theology” which was published by the website on May 14, 2015.


Ion Mihai Pacepa was born 28 October 1928 in Bucharest, Romania. He is a former three-star general in the Securitate, the secret police of Communist Romania, who defected to the United States in July 1978 following President Jimmy Carter’s approval of his request for political asylum. He is the highest-ranking defector from the former Eastern Bloc, and has written several books and news articles on the inner workings of the communist intelligence services. At the time of his defection, General Pacepa simultaneously had the rank of advisor to the bloody dictator Nicolae Ceauşescu, acting chief of his foreign intelligence service and a state secretary of Romania’s Ministry of Interior.

Williams explained that Ion Mihai Pacepa stated that the Theology of Liberation was the creation of the Soviet KGB as a way of bringing communism to Latin America and around the world. Williams stated that General Pacepa has been called “the Cold War’s most important defector.” After his defection, the Romanian totalitarian regime, under the bloody communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, placed “two death sentences and a $2 million bounty on his head.” He pointed out that Pacepa worked more than ten years with the CIA.

General Pacepa made, what the agency described as, “an important and unique contribution to the United States.” In fact, he is reported to have given the CIA “the best intelligence ever obtained on communist intelligence networks and internal security services.”

Williams pointed out that the liberation theology has been generally understood to be a marriage of Marxism and Christianity. Pacepa wrote in his recent article that “what has not been understood is that it was not the product of Christians who pursued Communism, but of Communists who pursued Christians.” Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, future Pope’s Benedict XVI, in his role as doctrinal watchdog, called Liberation Theology a “singular heresy” and a “fundamental threat” to the Church.

General Pacepa further explained that he learned details of the KGB involvement with the Liberation Theology from Soviet General Aleksandr Sakharovsky, the chief foreign intelligence adviser of Romania, who later became head of the Soviet espionage service, the PGU. In 1959, General Sakharovsky went to Romania, together with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, for what would become known as “Khrushchev’s six-day vacation.” According to General Ion Mihai Pacepa, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev “wanted to go down in history as the Soviet leader who had exported communism to Central and South America.” Khrushchev selected Romania since it was the only Latin country in the Soviet bloc and provided an ideal vehicle to Latin America because of somewhat similarity of language and culture. Cuba was selected first.

Fidel Castro and Nikita Khrushchev supported Liberation Theology as a way to infiltrate communists in the Catholic Church.


General Pacepa pointed out that the theology of liberation was not merely infiltrated by the KGB; this theology was actually invented by Soviet intelligence services. Pacepa said that “The movement was born in the KGB, and it had a KGB-invented name: liberation theology.” According to General Aleksandr Sakharovsky, during those years, the KGB liked to use the name liberation for the communist insurgencies throughout the world. Thus, the name theology of liberation was coined.

Mihai Pacepa wrote that the National Liberation Army of Colombia (FARC), created by the KGB with help from Fidel Castro; the National Liberation Army of Bolivia, created by the KGB with help from Ernesto “Che” Guevara; and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), created by the KGB with help from Yasser Arafat were “liberation” movements born at the Lubyanka — the headquarters of the KGB in Moscow, Soviet Union.

Pacepa explained that the liberation theology was born of a 1960s top-secret “Party-State Dezinformatsiya Program.” It was approved by Aleksandr Shelepin, the chairman of the KGB, and by Politburo member Aleksey Kirichenko, who coordinated the Communist Party’s international policies. The program ordered that “the KGB take secret control of the World Council of Churches (WCC) based in Geneva, Switzerland, and use it as cover for converting liberation theology into a South American revolutionary tool.” The KGB knew that the WCC was the largest international ecumenical organization after the Vatican, representing some 550 million Christians of various denominations throughout 120 countries.

According to Pacepa, the KGB established an intermediate international religious organization called the Christian Peace Conference (CPC), headquartered in Prague. Its main objective “was to bring the KGB-created Liberation Theology into the real world.” He explained that “The new Christian Peace Conference was managed by the KGB and was subordinated to the venerable World Peace Council, another KGB creation, founded in 1949 and by then also headquartered in Prague.” In his work with the Soviet bloc intelligence community, Pacepa managed the Romanian operations of the World Peace Council (WPC).

Pacepa wrote the following: “In 1968 the KGB-created Christian Peace Conference, supported by the world-wide World Peace Council, was able to maneuver a group of leftist South American bishops into holding a Conference of Latin American Bishops at Medellín, Colombia. In spite of the fact that the Conference’s objective was to seek solutions to poverty, its undeclared goal was to recognize a new religious movement encouraging the poor to rebel against the ‘institutionalized violence of poverty,’ and to recommend the new movement to the World Council of Churches for official approval. The Medellin Conference achieved both goals. It also bought the KGB-born name Liberation Theology.”

Pacepa stated the following: “I recently glanced through priest Gustavo Gutiérrez’s book, A Theology of Liberation: History, Politics, Salvation (1971), and I had the feeling that it was written at the Lubyanka. No wonder he is now credited with being the founder of Liberation Theology.”

Six years after Pacepa’s defection to the United States, the Vatican issued the first of two very strong critiques of liberation theology under the guidance of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger and His Holiness Pope John Paul II. The Vatican instruction also warned that the theologies of liberation generate “a disastrous confusion between the ‘poor’ of the Scripture and the ‘proletariat’ of Marx.” In so doing, it said, “they pervert the Christian meaning of the poor, and they transform the fight for the rights of the poor into a class fight within the ideological perspective of the class struggle.”

Pacepa concluded his article by saying the following: “Liberation theology was deliberately designed to undermine the Church and destabilize the West by subordinating religion to an atheist political ideology for its geopolitical gain.”

Even though Pope Francis has said that he is not a Marxist and that he is opposed to the Marxist Liberation Theology followed by radical communist priests, nuns, bishops, and cardinals his actions betray his statements. Historian Roberto Bosca at the Austral University in Buenos Aires said that Pope Francis supported Liberation Theology’s preferential option for the poor, although “in a non-ideological fashion.” Before becoming Pope, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Buenos Aires described Liberation Theology’s preferential option for the poor as part of a long Christian tradition rooted in the Gospels.

Priest Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann, age 83, was minister of Foreign Relations in the communist Sandinista regime of Nicaragua and also president of the General Assembly of the United Nations. Pope Francis ended the punishment of this communist priest, which had been imposed by his Holiness Pope John Paul II for refusing to abandon communist politics.

th-4His Holiness John Paul II, who after his death was canonized, was a great anti-communist and an enemy of the Marxist Liberation Theology of the Catholic Church. In 1984, his Holiness Pope John Paul II punished Miguel D’Escoto for refusing to get out of politics and did not allow him to officiate masses or offer sacraments.

It was most unfortunate that in August 2014 Pope Francis lifted the Church’s almost 30-year ban on Maryknoll priest Miguel d’Escoto Brockmann’s right to celebrate Mass and offer sacraments. By taking this unwise action Pope Francis sent the wrong message of tolerance and acceptance to all the communists within the Catholic Church. Unfortunately, many now believe that Pope Francis sympathizes with the Marxist Liberation Theology of the Church.

After the punishment was lifted by Pope Francis, the communist priest Miguel d’Escoto immediately attacked the late Pope John Paul II, now a saint of the Church, for “an abuse of authority.” He also said that Fidel Castro is a messenger of the Holy Spirit in “the necessity of struggle” to establish “the reign of God on this earth that is the alternative to the empire.”

Totalitarian dictators Fidel and his brother Raúl Castro were and continue to be responsible for assassinating more than 17,000 men, women and boys, jailing over 300,000, and forcing tens of thousands to leave Cuba in rafts and small boats with an estimated 100,000 who perished at sea trying to reach America. The Castro brothers are responsible for the over two million Cubans that were forced to leave the land of their birth. The serial assassin Fidel Castro is the messenger of not God but the devil!

D’Escoto belongs to the Maryknoll Missionary Congregation which supports the Liberation Theology.Some Maryknoll nuns and priests have supported and fought with communist guerrillas in Central America. Miguel d’Escoto was born in the United States and was ordained in 1961 in New York. He became one of the strongest proponents of the Marxist Liberation Theology. He collaborated with the National Sandinista Liberation Front (Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional).

Howard Zinn is the author of a communist textbook, A People’s History of the United States, which is used in many schools and universities across the United States by liberal, socialist, and Marxist teachers and professors. When this writer was an associate professor of social studies at Florida International University, another professor recommended him to use this Marxist book in his classes. Being an anticommunist his entire life this writer was appalled at the suggestion!

th-5After the coming to power of the Sandinista dictator Daniel Ortega, the communist priest d’Escoto was named Minister of Foreign Relations. When Miguel d’Escoto became President of the United Nations General Assembly, he chose a communist, Howard Zinn, as his personal assistant. Zinn is the author of a communist textbook, A People’s History of the United States, which is used in many schools and universities across the United States by liberal, socialist and Marxist teachers and professors. Pope Francis welcomed with open arms the communist Miguel d’Escoto to the Vatican.

Pope Francis also invited to the Vatican the Marxist Peruvian priest Gustavo Gutiérrez who is usually regarded as “Father” of Liberation Theology. Gutiérrez co-authored a book with Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Miller, the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. The Vatican’s semiofficial newspaper L’ Obsservatore Romano said at the time that the Marxist Liberation Theology should not continue to be ignored.

Rather than continuing to be not ignored, this writer believes that liberation theology needs to be completely eradicated since communism and the Catholic religion are incompatible. Our Lord Jesus Christ preached liberty from oppression and communism does the opposite.

Who are Marxist Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller and the Marxist priest Gustavo Gutiérrez?


Marxist Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller

Gerhard Ludwig Müller was born on December 31, 1947. He is currently Cardinal and Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. On February 22, 2014, Pope Francis made him a cardinal since Müller, like him, supports the Theology of Liberation. In an interview in the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Cardinal Müller said Pope Francis “is not so much a liberation theologian in the academic sense, but as far as pastoral work is concerned, he has close ties with liberation theology’s concerns.”

In the 1980s Cardinal and Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and future Pope, Joseph Ratzinger, attacked liberation theology as borrowing “from various currents of Marxist thought“ and said that it was a “heresy”. Other Popes have stated the same thing. In 1988 priest Gerhard Ludwig Müller visited to Peru and met the communist priest Gustavo Gutiérrez, regarded as the father of the movement. It was Gustavo Gutiérrez who convinced Müller of the value of Liberation Theology.

Priest Gustavo Gutiérrez, a Peruvian, is regarded as the father of the Marxist Liberation Theology.

th-6The Marxist Müller stated the following: “Liberation Theology wants to make God’s liberating actions visible in the Church’s religious and social practice… It would stop being genuine theology if it were to confuse the Christian message with Marxist or other social analysis.” The German newspaper asked Müller if Liberation Theology was meanwhile recognized as a form of thought on an equal footing with the other traditional forms of theology, Cardinal Müller explained that Liberation Theology’s basic concern was congruent with the Gospel for the Poor – “for those on the periphery”, as Pope Francis never tired of emphasizing, he said.

Cardinal Müller has been a pupil and friend of communist priest Gustavo Gutiérrez, the father of the Latin American liberation theology. Commenting on Gutiérrez, Archbishop Müller stated: “The theology of Gustavo Gutiérrez, independently of how you look at it, is orthodox because it is orthopractic and it teaches us the correct way of acting in a Christian fashion since it comes from true faith.”

Marxist Father Gustavo Gutiérrez co-authored the book, On the Side of the Poor, with Marxist Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller in 2015. Cardinal Müller stated the following: “In my judgment, the ecclesial and theological movement that began after the Second Vatican Council in Latin America under the name ‘liberation theology,” … is one of the most significant currents of Catholic theology in the 20th century.”

The book points out that for many years the Theology of Liberation, which emerged from Latin America in the 1970’s, was viewed with suspicion by the Vatican in Rome. It was the subject of a critical notification from the Vatican Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and many of its leading proponents were disciplined or silenced. Now, this is no longer the situation thanks to Pope Francis.

Cardinal Muller, a former student of communist Gutiérrez who spent many summers working in Peru, writes with deep feeling and conviction about the contributions of Liberation Theology to Church teaching–particularly in articulating the preferential option for the poor. The book explains the essential Marxists ideas of Liberation Theology.

It is horrible that the Vatican has been infiltrated by communists over the years until the cardinals selected the first pro-Muslim Marxist Pope. Since then Pope Francis has brought to Rome several Liberation Theology advocates. This writer is convinced that Pope Francis will create a serious breach between Marxists in the Church and anticommunists priests, bishops, cardinals, and parishioners.


Gustavo Gutiérrez was born on June 8, 1928 in the Montserrat barrio of Lima, Peru. He is of Indian (Quechua) and Spanish heritage. Gutiérrez studied medicine and literature in Peru. From 1951 to 1955, he studied Psychology and Philosophy at the University of Louvain in Belgium. From 1955 to1959, Gutiérrez studied at the University of Lyons where he received his Doctor of Philosophy in Theology. At both European universities, Gutiérrez continued his studies of Karl Marx. He had studied Marxism earlier in Lima. His experiences and learning in Europe were important for the development of liberation theology.

Gustavo Gutiérrez, age 88, is a Peruvian theologian and Dominican communist priest who considered as the father of liberation theology. He wrote a book in Spanish La Teología de la Liberación (Liberation Theology History, Politics, and Salvation) in 1972. As previously stated Gutiérrez also co-authored a book, On the Side of the Poor, in 2015 with his Marxist friend Gerhard Ludwig Müller, Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on Liberation Theology. Pope Francis invited Gustavo Gutiérrez to the Vatican to honor him and to let him write.

th-8In 1959, at the age of 31, Gutiérrez returned to Lima and decided to infiltrate the Catholic Church as Nikita Khrushchev and Fidel Castro wanted. He was ordained as a priest that year. The Soviet KGB had already made plans to use the Church to bring communism to Latin America and the world. As a parish priest, he began working as a tutor in the Department of Theology and Social Science at the Catholic University of Lima. He holds the John Cardinal O’Hara Professorship of Theology at the University of Notre Dame. This American Jesuit university gave Obama an honorary degree even though he voted in favor of abortion and infanticide and persecutes Christians in the nation. Gutiérrez has been professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and is a visiting professor at many major universities in North America and Europe.

On May 15, 2015, Mary Anastasia O’Grady wrote in the Wall Street Journal an article entitled “Behind the Pope’s Embrace of Castro Speculation Runs from a Trojan Horse Plan to Latin American Antipathy of the U.S.” She explained that priest Gustavo Gutiérrez, the Peruvian who launched liberation theology and wrote a book on this topic, was back at the Vatican. He told journalists that the Church never condemned his Marxist theology and praised Pope Francis’ views on poverty. This writer knows that this Peruvian Marxist priest is lying and ignoring the fact that the two previous popes denounced and suspended many Marxist priests who were adherents of liberation theology.

O’Grady pointed out that the warmth and hospitality that Pope Francis Pope showed to Cuban dictator Raúl Castro at the Vatican has baffled many Catholics. The dictator went to “Rome for a public-relations boost and Pope Francis obliged him.” During their encounter, dictator Castro mocked the Catholic faith by saying “that he would return to the Church if the pope behaved.” He also insulted every Cuban refugee by giving the Pope, of all things, a piece of art done by a Cuban artist depicting a migrant at prayer.

O’Grady wrote that Pope Francis gave the Cuban dictator a copy of his 2013 apostolic exhortation titled “The Joy of the Gospel” in which he sharply criticizes economic freedom. The Pope is preaching to the converted. As Raúl Castro puts it, “The pontiff is a Jesuit, and I, in some way, am too. I studied at Jesuit schools.”

Some Catholics have tried to excuse Pope Francis’s hostility toward economic freedom and market economics conveyed in his article “The Joy of the Gospel” by saying that he grew up in a corrupt state-run economy. However, O’Grady wrote an article on the Wall Street Journal pointing out the following: “This is nonsense. Argentine statism explicitly denounces market economics. I can only speculate about the Holy Father’s Cuba views. But he is earning a dubious political reputation.”

Upon becoming Pope, His Holiness Francis was praised by all Marxist Catholic religious officials who practice liberation theology throughout the world. They now think that they have an ally in the Vatican.

Pope Francis has implemented a complete reversal of the policy practiced by His Holiness John Paul II and Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope emeritus Benedict XVI, who expelled thousands of priests who practiced liberation theology throughout the world. This is very sad and alarming!

th-9When Pope Francis was known as Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio he wrote a book, Dialogues Between Pope John Paul II and Fidel Castro (1998) (Diálogos entre Juan Pablo II y Fidel Castro), published in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has always demonstrated a rare interest in the affairs of communist Cuba, even saying that the U.S. naval base at Guantánamo should be returned to Cuba. Is that in the Bible?

César Vidal, a well-known Spanish writer and journalist, wrote an article on May 18, 2015. He explained that the prologue of over 50 pages of this book written by the then Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio Archbishop of Buenos Aires is very reveling of the ideology of the current pope.

He attributed the poverty of Cuba solely to the blockade (Cuban communist term for the U.S. commercial embargo) by the United States and not to the enormous mismanagement by the bloody tyranny of the Castro brothers and its failed command communist economy. The Argentinian cardinal quoted Fidel Castro in his book who said that the social and political system that was closest to the social doctrine of the Catholic Church was the Cuban socialism, if only added God to its regime! Vidal explained that anyone who read the prologue of the now Pope Francis would have no doubt that he was sympathetic to the Cuban regime.

Now returning to Tim Kaine, who is also supportive as a Catholic of the Marxist Theology of Liberation, Ken Blackwell wrote the following: “Published documents from the Soviet and East German archives show active measures were undertaken to undermine the Vatican and the pope — key barriers to a Soviet influence in Latin America. The documents are detailed in books by former Associated Press Berlin bureau chief, John Koehler and the Mitrokhin Archive data published by Cambridge University Professor Christopher Andrew. Journalistic and academic research has now shown that Liberation Theology itself was quite possibly a product of a Kremlin disinformation campaign designed to undermine the Church and bring Catholic countries into the Soviet sphere. The top-ranking Soviet Bloc defector of the Cold War, Rumanian General Ion Pacepa admits that he was personally involved in the operation.”

Ken Blackwell explained that Tim Kaine’s political formation was not pro-American or pro-Catholic, it was pro-Soviet. Kaine adopted a Marxist ideology inimical to the institutional Catholic Church and to the United States.

Tim Kaine in Honduras and Father Jim Carney

th-10Father Jim Francis Carney was born in 1924. He was a Jesuit priest who worked with communist rebels in Honduras and was killed in that country’s armed insurgency in 1983. Father Carney was part of a 96-man unit that invaded Honduras to bring the Nicaraguan Communist revolution.

Blackwell wrote the following: “Just how hardcore were his Jesuit teachers? Well, around the time Kaine was there, Jesuits were arrested for gunrunning, and, the next year, the Honduran government banned any more American Jesuits from coming to that country because of their left-wing activism. They also expelled one American-born Jesuit, who also had to leave that religious community because he was too radical even for them. That priest was Father Jim Carney, and he was the one the New York Times tells us that Kaine sought out across the border in Soviet-supported Nicaragua, taking a bus and then walking several miles to meet him. Carney was a full-blown revolutionary. A recent New York Times report says his death was “murky” and hardened Kaine’s distrust of American involvement in the region. What isn’t murky is what led to his death. In 1983, Carney was part of a 96-man unit that invaded Honduras to bring the Nicaraguan Communist revolution there too. The insurgents were Cuban and Nicaraguan trained and led by Jose Reyes Mata, Cuban-educated, and Honduras’ top Marxist. Reyes Mata had previously served with Che Guevara in Bolivia.”

José María Reyes Mata (1943-1983) was a Honduran revolutionary communist and a sympathizer of the bloody dictator Fidel Castro. He became both a doctor and in internationalist revolutionary in Cuba. He participated in Che Guevara’s ill-fated Bolivian revolution and after surviving prison moved to Chile. With the 1973 Chilean coup d’état, Reyes Mata returned to Honduras and fought with Nicaraguan Sandinistas, hoping to gain their support for a Revolutionary United Front to be established in Honduras.

In 1983, he led a group of Honduran rebels from Nicaragua into Honduras. Honduran troops fought the communist rebels and Reyes Mata was captured and killed. Father Carney was captured and killed too. Tim Kaine worried about a possible participation of the United States in an extrajudicial killing of his Marxist Jesuit priest friend, but he did not seem bothered by Father Carney’s participation in a Communist-sponsored insurgency and invasion of Honduras, according to Blackwell.

Blackwell pointed out that the Nicaraguan Sandinistas had been founded by KGB operative Carlos Fonseca. Eastern Bloc archives also show they were supported massively by the Cubans, Soviets, and East Germans — with guns, ammunition, money, prison building, and so forth. The Sandinistas were brutal too, with more political prisoners than any other country in the region but Cuba.

Blackwell stated the following: “Some prisoners were executed by being hacked to death, or by being flayed alive. Others had family members sexually assaulted in front of them. By every measure, the atrocities the Sandinistas committed were far worse than the dictatorship they had replaced…Why Kaine felt the need to go Nicaragua, and meet a friend of violent revolutionaries is murky. But his relationship with Carney’s successor, Father Melo, continues in the open. Melo, incidentally, wants to redistribute land throughout Latin America by 2021. Did Kaine’s mentors teach him the art of Soviet disinformation — call yourself the very thing you seek to undermine and try to destroy it from within?”

Tim Kaine today

In Virginia, Tim Kaine ran as a moderate and governed as a liberal. As governor of Virginia, Kaine appointed operatives of the Muslim Brotherhood to important positions in his state, as Obama did in the White House and elsewhere in the federal government and Hillary Clinton did in the Department of State. Today, Kaine defines himself as a “Pope Francis” Catholic but on abortion and marriage, he opposes Pope Francis.

On the conscience rights of groups like the Little Sisters of the Poor, Kaine sided with Obama. Pope Francis sided with the Little Sisters, whom he visited in Washington a year ago to publicly show his support.

Blackwell concluded his article by asserting that Kaine’s questionable Catholicism “serves neither his Church nor his country, but a Leftist political agenda” that runs “against the interests of freedom and the United States.”


Tim Kaine, similar to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, has connections with communists and radicals. If Hillary Clinton wins the White House and then becomes physically incapable of serving, anyone who thinks that the radical leftist Tim Kaine would be better than Clinton is seriously mistaken!