The organization "Accuracy in Media" is, apparently, badly named. This article on the papal succession evidences a confluence of conspiracy theories so outrageous, it is more funny than threatening, until you realize that some people will read this nonsense and believe it. The racism is obvious too - it is a black president and the possibility of a black pope that is so threatening. I especially like the way they throw Benedict XVI under the bus as well. The next thing you know, Accuracy in Media will discover that Jesus himself was getting funding from George Soros and frolicking with known-lefties.
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