They discovered this rather direct quote from her regarding climate change: "The really inconvenient truth is that it’s not about carbon—it’s about capitalism. The convenient truth is that we can seize this existential crisis to transform our failed economic system and build something radically better." Could she possibly have made her aims more explicitly clear?
Here's another "inconvenient truth" that I'd ask my "pope-cannot-be-criticized" friends to consider. Unless Pope Francis is a completely clueless moron, he understands quite well where Klein stands in regards to climate change and socialism. The same can be said for the others that he has let into the Vatican: Maradiaga, Sachs, Schnellnhuber, etc. Are we truly to believe that all this progressive infiltration can be ascribed to "bad advisors"? Whatever else the pope is, he is not some naive lil' ol' bumpkin; one does not become bishop and cardinal with those traits.
Personnel is policy, and the pope knows his personnel. Regarding the office of Vicar of Christ, all Our Lord promised us in that regard is that the pope would never solemnly promulgate error - and that's it! A sitting pope can do much damage without invoking infallibility; it has been done in past centuries and there is no reason on earth to presume that the same cannot happen now or in the future.
Pope Francis recently decided to call September 1st a "World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation". Well, consider that in light of Klein's self-revelation and her continued influential role at the Vatican. This is nothing more than
Let me suggest an alternative prayer intention for September 1, and this is not an original suggestion. Let us keep our pope and bishops in prayer and pray that they remember their high offices and to place the salvation of souls as their one and only priority to obey the God Whom they serve.