While in Mexico, Pope Francis called Donald Trump's stance on immigration "not Christian", which many on the right-wing consider rude for questioning a man's faith (except when that man is President Obama of course) like that. In the Pope's own words he said "A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian. This is not the gospel" recently. I think Pope Francis does have a solid argument. While I'm not Catholic or any kind of Christian, I do find it hypocritical of right-wing Christians to be extremely against immigration. They didn't want Syrian refugees because they were Muslim, but most Hispanics are Christian so what's the major argument other than racism? Something which does contradict the whole "love thy neighbor" thing doesn't it?