"The bankruptcy hearings for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee have revealed more than 8,000 previously unreported instances of alleged sexual abuse of children, according to one attorney representing the victims. The charges cover a span of 60 years and implicate a group of 100 alleged offenders, including nuns, church workers and some 75 priests."
And we are supposed to take it seriously when these disgusting criminals pretend to be all bent out of shape at the moral outrage of having to provide women with health care. How can this country have spun so off the rails that organized child rape means nothing, and yet people will scream from now to eternity over a made-up crisis?
This is 8,000 previously unreported criminal acts in one diocese, which the Church clearly knew about all along, but hid from the public. How can this not be a crime of the most disgusting nature? At this point, I feel all the more secure in my belief that sexual abuse of children has undoubtedly been a central feature of the Catholic Church, all over the world, and for centuries. This malignant criminal organization needs to not just lose its protected status, but to be stamped out. The mere act of practicing the Catholic religion needs to be a major crime in this country, and the tens of thousands of prison cells now occupied with hapless marijuana users need to be filled with Catholic priests.