Schmitz posted some interesting sentiments about Pope Francis, and Massi jumped in to say what nonsense they were.
The snag was, that Schmitz's tweet was a direct quotation from Fr Rosica of the Satan Lite Media Group, one of Pope Francis's chief bootlickers. Of course, Rosie was describing Pope Francis as a dictator with enthusiasm, a point of view that most people would not share.
Was Rosie the author of "The Dictator Pope" after all?
Oh well, we all make mistakes, except Pope Francis of course, and Massi was very amused to be caught in the trap. So much so that he responded in these terms:
We amateur snipers can only look on in wonder.
If I were not running the World Cup of Bad Hymns (see this blog and my Twitter feed ad nauseam, and with particular nausea as we approach the semi-finals), I would try and organize a "Let's amuse Massi" competition. We could tweet something at him, and see if he bites.
1. Quote a chunk of Amoris Laetitia, the sillier the better, and see if he condemns it.
2. Quote something Massi himself said (he says so much that he can't possibly remember it all), and wait for it to be rejected.
3. (Best of all) quote Holy Scripture, perhaps a few verses from the Sermon on the Mount, and see Massi tell us that this is old-fashioned thinking and "modern theology like what I does" has shown it to be ridiculous.
Jim, Steve, and Rosie prepare a practical joke on Massi.