Les femmes on the egomaniacal Francis:
"After 4 years of reinterpreting the Catholic faith for us, Francis, never one to leave any teaching unmolested, now helpfully corrects our Blessed Mother, setting her and the 3 children straight on just who is the "bishop dressed in white." It's him. It's he! It's Francis."
Francis has admitted to suffering from mental illness. He is now exhibiting delusions of grandeur. He is quoted as having said [about his critics, whose number is growing exponentially], that: “They criticize me, first, because I don’t speak like a pope, and second, because I don’t act like a king.”
This is to imply that previous popes did act like kings and that they spoke in a way which is somehow inappropriate in the sense of being regal or pretentious.
We've seen this "I'm better than all previous popes" mindset from Francis over the last four years. See here. And now the modernist false prophet with delusions of grandeur is placing himself at the center of the Fatima message.
This comes as no surprise. As noted here, such delusions, "..are often associated with fictional, religious, or supernatural themes. A person suffering from delusions of grandeur may believe that they deserve public recognition as the human incarnation of Jesus Christ. Individuals afflicted with these types of delusions often have diagnosable psychiatric conditions such as: bipolar disorder, delusional disorder, or schizophrenia."