Chicago in the 1920s — think Al Capone, gangsters in dapper suits, illegal gambling, bootleg liquor and Tommy guns. It turns out that in nearly 100 years, not much has changed in the Windy City except the new gangsters wear priests' collars and homosexuality and sex abuse are the currency and trade of this homomafia with Cdl. Blase Cupich as their don.
He's becoming a central figure in the American Church despite the warnings of Abp. Carlo Maria Viganò, who maintains his appointment as archbishop of Chicago was personally orchestrated by homosexual-abuser Theodore McCarrick.
He rightly earned scorn for his comments regarding the Viganò testimony to an NBC anchor, "The Pope has a bigger agenda. He's got to get on with other things, of talking about the environment and protecting migrants and carrying on the work of the Church. We're not going to go down a rabbit hole on this."
He goes on, "The record shows that whenever there's actionable information Pope Francis acts. … Quite frankly, they also don't like him because he's a Latino."
The fact is, McCarrick's fingerprints are all over Cdl. Cupich, and now he's rising to prominence among American prelates to become the unofficial mouthpiece of Vatican policy regarding homosexual clerical abuse of minors and adults.
At the U.S. bishops' meeting in November, he, along with Cdl. Joseph Tobin and Bp. Robert McElroy, voted against the release of all documents regarding McCarrick. He also questioned whether clerics engaging in consensual sex — usually homosexual — should be treated the same way as rape or sex by coercion.
He's called the infestation of homosexuality in the priesthood a "diversion" from "clericalism," apparently having nothing to say about the two gay Chicago priests caught "clericalizing" each other in a car.
Cardinal Cupich is coming out more and more showing himself to not just be tolerant of clerical sodomy but one of the ardent promoters of homoclericalism in the United States with the blessing of the Vatican.
To hear more about Chicago's homomafia and what faithful Catholic Stephen Brady of Roman Catholic Faithful is doing about it, watch this week's episode Mic'd Up—Chicago's Clerical Gangsters.