In light of Hillary Clinton’s health issues, it’s time to talk about the person who would take the reins as President of the United States should she be elected and is unable to complete her term in office.
In addition to his passion for gun control and removing the Second Amendment rights of American citizens, Tim Kaine has consistently supported Roe v. Wade, enjoying a 100% rating from Planned Parenthood.
Kaine raised taxes as Governor of Virginia, supports ObamaCare, is in favor of giving amnesty to illegal immigrants, and has supported same-sex marriage since 2013.
Oh, and he has rubbed elbows with communists.
Although he touts himself as a good little Catholic, he has some real skeletons in his closet.
Tim Kaine, VP pick, became interested in politics during a “mission” trip to Honduras in the 1980s, where he was mentored by radicals and revolutionaries, embracing an interpretation of the gospel known as “liberation theology,” a Marxist-based ideology at odds with the Catholic Church, the pope, and the United States, but supportive of (and supported by) the Soviet Union.
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.
Research indicates that liberation theology itself was very possibly a product of a Kremlin disinformation campaign designed to bring Catholic countries into the Soviet sphere. The top-ranking Soviet Bloc defector of the Cold War, General Ion Pacepa, admits that he was personally involved in the operation.
Nicaragua had a government run by liberation theology priests, and guided by a liberation theology braintrust. It was a government that sent all its high-level — and many of its mid-level officials — to East Berlin for Communist indoctrination and other training, and allowed the Stasi to build a secret police network for Nicaragua.
Pacepa, the highest ranking defector from the Eastern Bloc, told Catholic News Agency that the KGB “created” liberation theology.
Memos from the archives of the Soviet Union and East Germany have revealed clear Soviet Bloc support of liberation theology.
Although today liberation theology is touted as being opposed to Marxism, that was not the case in the1980s, when Kaine was immersed in the hardcore, Cold War variety — an avowed Marxist ideology inimical to the institutional Catholic Church and to the United States.
During the 1980s, Jesuits in Honduras were arrested for gunrunning, and 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 had to leave that religious community because he was too radical even for them. The priest was Father Jim Carney, and he was the one Tim Kaine sought out across the border in Soviet-supported Nicaragua, taking a bus and then walking several miles to meet him.
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, Honduras’ top Marxist.
Liberation theology’s proponents had no qualms about making pragmatic deals with the same atheistic world powers who were murdering their brothers and sisters in the gulags.
This is where Tim Kaine began his political life — in the midst of a radical, Soviet-supported revolution to bring down the Catholic Church, and this is who Hillary Clinton picked to take her place should she become unable to complete her term as president.
In every respect, Tim Kaine would be an alarming choice for Vice President of the United States, a country that has fought against communism since the First Red Scare in 1919-1920.