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Father Michael “Snuffy” Pfleger (above, center) oversees St. Sabina’s Catholic Church in south Chicago.  Pfleger has made himself a minor celebrity for his social justice warrior behavior, including his rabidly anti-gun views.

In fact, the man of God once called on his followers to snuff out the owner of Chuck’s Gun Shop in nearby Riverdale along with members of the Illinois General Assembly who oppose gun control.

Not surprisingly, the un-Christianlike, violent man of the cloth tends to attract similar folks into his orbit. You may remember about a year ago when Henry Hale, one of Pfleger’s bodyguards, caught an arrest for illegally carrying a handgun. Right on the steps of St. Sabina’s church no less.

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That’s Henry Hale in the photo above at another subsequent rally in front of Chuck’s Gun Shop. Follow the link to our story with a video of the rally, including Hale staying right by the gun-hating priest’s side.

Now, another one of Pfleger’s (former) security guys, Louis Hicks, Jr. is sitting in jail facing murder charges for an alleged crime of…”gun violence.”

WGN9 has the story:

CHICAGO — A man has been charged with murder for the fatal shooting of a woman at a Northwest Side Walgreens.

Louis Hicks Jr., 33, was charged Thursday with one felony count of first-degree murder, one felony count of false impersonation of an officer and one felony count of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.

Police said Hicks was identified as the person who shot and killed 46-year-old Sircie Varnado inside the Walgreens on the 4800 block of West Fullerton Avenue in the city’s Belmont Cragin neighborhood last week.

According to Chicago police, the store manager confronted the woman after spotting her shoplifting.

He called a former security guard who reportedly falsely identified himself as a Chicago police officer. He had a verbal argument with the woman and the argument turned physical.

The man shot Varnado and took the shell casing with him.

Hicks once worked for Monterrey Security and has a record of arrests on drugs, assault and impersonating a federal employee.

At one time, he worked security at a Catholic charities field office at St. Sabina Church…

Well, that’s most of the story. Cops say Hicks and the woman struggled, with both ending up on the ground.  In the end, Hicks held her down and shot her in the head when she didn’t comply with his demands.

This isn’t Hicks’ first brush with the law when it comes to impersonating the police. The Chicago Tribune reported on another incident from last summer:

The man was arrested last summer after he got into an argument with a woman in a White Castle on the South Side and was accused of snatching the receipt from her hands, according to a police report. The 24-year-old woman, who was with her 3-year-old niece, said the man then threatened to kill them and said, “I’m a police officer. Meet me outside. See what’s gonna happen,” the report states.

A witness recognized the man as a security guard at St. Sabina Catholic Church on 78th Street, where police took him into custody. The charges were later dropped when the accuser did not show up in court, according to Cook County court records.

Clearly Father Pfleger believes gun control is for the little people. After all, Pfleger surrounds himself with people with guns while demanding everyone else give up theirs. And he obviously has no compunction about threatening his ideological opponents with physical violence.

If Pfleger really believes that people don’t need guns, he should lead by example. Do away with his armed security and hire people who won’t get in trouble with the law. We aren’t holding our breath.

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  1. Having lived in south suburban Chicago I had patronized Chucks gun shop many times. Following the circus clown show of Jesse Jackson and this scum bag Pfleger in front of Chucks was an annual affair.

  2. It’s been said that “Men will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest.” Kinda grim.

    • Disillusioned, your quote is more or less attributed to Denis Diderot, the atheist and Freemason who influenced the murderous French Revolution. If that’s the kind of company you like to keep, here is another evil Masonic quote for you: “Satan Must Reign in the Vatican. The Pope Will Be His Slave.”

      Pfleger is a poor example of what the Church truly teaches. He appears to be part of the Modernist infiltration that has grown in strength but will never win. I suggest reading the Catechism instead of promoting the murder of priests.

      • Great comment sir. I didn’t realize the free masons were so deranged. Maybe only the French? I can’t imagine the Scots free masons being this crazy.

        • Thanks. In my link above, the quote about Satan was from Italian masons. I can’t characterize every last member but the group itself is about the rejection of the Church.

          The devil doesn’t need people to worship him. He wants to steal souls by getting people to worship themselves and their own supposed enlightenment instead of Christ. Freemasons (and our poisonous, licentious culture) do the devil’s work whether they know it or not.

  3. Anti gun people aren’t against all guns. The ones they feel will be used to further agenda are OK. They’re OK with the Law Enforcement, military and security forces having guns. And they just assume they’re going to be in charge. That’s why Trump has enraged them so. Having someone like Trump in the White House has upset what they see as the natural order. They want things to go back to what they see as normal.

  4. Just waiting on the accusations against the fadda with little boy’s. I too bought my 1st gun at Chuck’s Gunshop and used their range. Sadly I avoid Riverdale now. They need to move to Indiana if possible…

    • Interesting you mention the possible pedophile connect . . . several high profile priest/cardinals/popes are implicated in just a predicament. A ton of information can be found on The Church Militant website ( ). I’m not espousing a religious stance, just citing a source for your statement.

    • Nope. Unless that “religion” happens to be humanism.

      Pfleger, Jackson, and their followers routinely violate the teachings of the Bible. They are all but indistinguishable from Leftist Atheists in their beliefs, and reject nearly everything taught by the founder of Christianity.

      • “No true Scotsman” huh? Incidentally if you get to decide people aren’t truly religious because they violate religious laws I bet you’re a ‘secular humanist’ (scarrrry!), too.

        • B.D., if anything doesn’t make sense it is the modern world. Truth does not change with time. If you don’t understand Scripture or Sacred Tradition there are plenty of good resources I could recommend.

        • If the expectation of divine reward is what keeps a person decent, that person is a piece of shit. I understand it completely. This truth you are referring to, is not a proven truth, it’s a belief. These scriptures all derived from previous scriptures and were manipulated to fit the person forcing them around through the use of war. The truth was what they dictated it to be, and anyone who disagreed, died. That is religion. Period. And that is the truth about it. You cannot deny the war behind religion, or those in control forcing it to change other religions. Religion is hypocrisy.

    • Same thought. Hopefully he’s just a corrupt violent wanna-be mafia don and not also a pedo.

      Either way, what’s that saying about living by the gun…?

  5. The places I go to for Mass, both in California and Kansas, have a very high tolerance level for armed parishioners.

    My daughter went to Christmas Midnight Mass this year with a friends family in California. Her comment to me was she had thought that the parish in Kansas was heavily armed until she went to the one in California. She estimated that about one in ten, at Mass that night, were carrying.

    All I can say is that there is a tremendous level of variation in the many parishes.

  6. There’s not much love between Friar Faker and CPD. Would chuckle if they offered this guy a deal of some kind or if he flopped.

    The Friar is not a good person, that’s all there is to it.

      • That’s true, but I found it funny how this might be his first post that doesn’t reference white people, or any other race for that matter.

        You saw the negative in Chris’ post, and I saw the positive for once…. Hm. Interesting.

  7. Pfleger’s rabid anti-gun stance has nothing to do with him being a priest or being a Catholic. There are plenty of people who act like him and are neither priests nor Catholics. I know a lot of priests; I used to be one. One of my friends who stayed in still goes shooting with me. Priests are not defacto anti-gun. T

      • Someone, you are confusing the Church and the men who have been in its heirarchy recently. Many people make this mistake.

        Read the catechism on the topics of self defense or immigration. You’ll see it is the left-wing infiltrators, not the Church, that is incorrect.

  8. What amazes me is that the Chicago police, who routinely solve barely ten percent of homicides, were actually able to identify the suspect and make an arrest.


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