This morning, during my daily reading, within a few minutes from each other, I came across two completely different posts about child molestation.
The first had the December 2014 headline about newly minted pastor Steven Anderson of Tempe, Arizona:
Texas Pastor: ‘Relentless Dirty Faggots’ Are ‘Always Trying To Rape’ And ‘Snatch Your Children’
Anderson ordained pastor Donny Romero, who is quoted saying this about homosexuals:
They are all pedophiles, they’re always trying to rape and hurt other people. They’re relentless. They are relentless. They are predators and given an opportunity to snatch one of your children, they would do it in a heartbeat.
Anderson has called for genocide of all homosexuals to rid the country of HIV. But speaking of HIV, here is the other post was about the Catholic church:
Catholic priest Jose Garcia Ataulfohas been acquitted by the church after admitted to raping almost 30 young girls aged between 5 and 10-years-old. Ataulfohas was infected with HIV and knew it, when he raped the children.
We are used to hearing about sexual abuse of children by Catholic clergy, but this priest was cleared of any wrong-doing and won’t face any criminal charges.
How can we tolerate such crass behavior and allow it to continue? How can we accept preaching of genocide from the pulpit? Both of these cases involve organizations that are tax-exempt in the United States. Both organizations now benefit from Trump’s executive order to repeal the Johnson amendment.
We are all fomenting a rebellion, stirred up by our president, against radical Islamists. Yes, there are radical Islamists. We need to be concerned. But I am much, much, much less concerned about our country, our people, and our children being harmed by radical Islamists than I am about radical Christians right here in our country.
The last radical Islamists who hurt Americans in the “homeland” were, if I remember right, Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, the San Bernardino killers, who attached a Regional Center on December 2, 2015.
The last time a child was molested by a Catholic priest was probably today. It does not even make headlines anymore. Who is fomenting action about these children?
Oh, we are a Christian nation!