“They weren’t children and they weren’t raped” — Bill Donohue. president of the Catholic League

Open Letter To Attorneys General In All 50 States
September 12, 2018
Several states have pledged to open a grand jury investigation of Catholic dioceses.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue has written to all 50 state attorneys general, sending a copy to every state legislator in the nation.
To read it, click here.
Phone: 212-371-3191
E-mail: pr@catholicleague.org

Through a good friend, I have received a letter from Bill Donohue, the president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights. In the documents he begs for letters to be sent to every Attorney General in the United States asking that all other religions and organizations are investigated along with the Catholic Dioceses suspected of hiding blatant cases of pedophilia, pederasty, rape, etc.  This is coming from Mr Donohue whom I have seen many times on various television shows assuring the public that there were negligible numbers of Catholic priests committing those heinous acts — like if that was a defense! only one child was raped, let’s move on! — my sarcasm, obviously.

This is an obvious intent to dilute the work of the AG’s by demanding that they take on an unjust and herculean task as a condition to investigate the crimes of the Catholic Lavender Mafia. Those despicable criminals have no influence on the Tabernacle of the Free Gospel in Peoria. There is no need to go to such places unless there is credible evidence of wrongdoing.

Mr Donohue’s proposal is repugnant not only because it would dilute the just efforts of the American justice system but also because it would require of every Catholic to justly or unjustly spread the blame to our separated brothers and join the devil in his accusations against them. Such request is nothing but a hysterical and rather idiotic recourse to try to cover crimes committed in our midst; crimes so cruel and satanic that are calling for God’s vengeance.

I believe I am a Catholic — perhaps not the best but a Catholic in full communion with the Church. Having said that, I do not want to have any communion with the obvious maneuvers of this poor man to cover the crimes of his friends.

I am with the victims in this one and woe to any of their tormentors that cross my path. That includes the perpetrators and those who participate in aiding and abetting them.

“They weren’t children and they weren’t raped” — Bill Donohue.

“Whoever says to the guilty, ‘You are innocent,’ will be cursed by people and denounced by nations. But it will go well with those who convict the guilty, and rich blessing will come on them.” — Proverbs 24:24-25