L’Daijohnique started the entire thing and bust out his car window and that’s why he pulled out his gun.
The Catholic Church in the U.S. is at a crossroads. As millions of devout followers filled the pews this Easter season to celebrate the religion’s most important holiday, others hovered at the door, hungry for community and spiritual guidance but furious at the church’s handling of the decades-long sex abuse crisis that’s resulted in young children being raped and abused by priests who were often protected by their superiors.
Seven months after a damning grand jury report in Pennsylvania revealed that 1,000 children had been abused at the hands of more than 300 priests, and as state attorneys general across the nation investigate the church, a Gallup poll published in March found that 37% of U.S. Catholics are considering leaving the church because of the sex abuse crisis and the church’s handling of it. That’s up significantly from 2002, when just 22% of Catholics said they were contemplating leaving their religion after The Boston Globe published an explosive series that initially exposed the abuse and subsequent cover-up.
from Jihad WATCH
Canadian pundit Spencer Fernando calls this “disgusting,” and it is, but it is no surprise. It has been clear for years which side the establishment media is on. It is not on the side of the people in the nations where it operates. It is not on the side of the victims or foes of jihad terror. It would have been far more surprising if the CBC had featured someone who stands up against jihad terror and Sharia oppression of women and others. But if it had done that, there would have been much more of an outcry than there has been in this case: CBC would have been inundated with charges of “Islamophobia.” Such is the moral inversion of today’s public debate.
“DISGUSTING: Taxpayer-Funded CBC Puts Omar Khadr On Easter Sunday Show,” by Spencer Fernando, April 22, 2019 (thanks to David):
An appalling slap in the face to the Canadian People.
The argument for defunding CBC got another justification, as the forcibly taxpayer-funded CBC invited Omar Khadr onto their Easter Sunday show.
Khadr was featured on Tout le monde en parle, a show funded by the Quebec division of CBC.
A video of Khadr being welcomed by a bunch of pathetic fools can be watched below:
This is disgusting.
Omar Khadr already got $10.5 million in taxpayer dollars, and now the government controlled CBC is using our tax dollars to put him on TV in front of a cheering audience?
The timing is also horrendous.
CBC put him on TV on Easter Sunday, and even after the Sri Lanka terror attacks against Christians, still decided to run the segment.
So, not only did they fail to have the common sense to not invite him in the first place, but they couldn’t even show the most basic and minimal respect to Canadian Christians by cancelling the segment….
The College of Natural Science at Michigan State University urged students to use the singular pronoun “they” in an early April “transgender visibility” email.
MSU’s NatSci Council on Diversity and Community authored the email obtained by Campus Reform entitled “Increasing transgender visibility on campus,” which asked students to “reflect on how visibility of minoritized groups is essential to changing our campus culture,” and provided several online resources to help improve students’ understanding.
These included links to LGBT resource centers, how to “learn about and start using the singular they,” a resource on hosting queer inclusive workshops, one dedicated to inviting “transgender and gender-diverse scientists,” guides on transphobia, and more.
“No science is needed to support transgender and non-binary identities,” the email stated. “It is simply a matter of affirming their experiences.”