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Investigative journalist George Neumayr, whose article identifying Msgr. Walter Rossi as part of the gay mafia was affirmed by Abp. Carlo Maria Viganò, sat down with Church Militant to discuss outing the homosexual current in the Church.
Neumayr in September called Rossi, whom pederast Theodore McCarrick appointed as rector of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington (National Shrine), "the Gay Mafioso." He was panned heavily by leftists for doing so.
Neumayr's article cited testimony from a former student at The Catholic University of America (CUA) in Washington who recounted multiple incidents of sexual harassment that he had suffered at the hands of Rossi.
Viganò, speaking as former papal nuncio to the United States, corroborated Neumayr's statements in remarks he made on June 15 to Italian journalist Marco Tosatti.
Drawing attention to Neumayr's September article, Viganò confirmed, "Monsignor Rossi is, without a doubt, a member of the 'gay mafia.' You can read about him online on The American Spectator website."
Viganò further affirmed Neumayr's report of male students at CUA, who had accused Rossi of homosexual molestation.
"I can say that, while I was a nuncio in the United States," wrote Viganò, "I received the documentation that states that Msgr. Rossi had sexually molested male students at the Catholic University of America. The Vatican, in particular Cdl. [Pietro] Parolin, is well aware of the situation of Msgr. Rossi, as is Cdl. Wuerl."