It's not really shocking that, in a political landscape dominated by identity politics, certain "types" would gravitate around one party or another, one candidate or another. It's not really hard and fast — or a guarantee — but the Marxist media assures us it is the case, so it must be true. Remember, even a blind squirrel finds a nut every now and then.
So, buzzing around the Biden-Harris ticket are child-murderers; homosexual activists; climate-change fanatics; illegal-immigration, open-border enthusiasts; poorly catechized Catholics and so forth. You know — the Marxists. Trump, of course, has pretty much the other end of the spectrum: Patriots, pro-lifers, religious-minded and so forth. You know — actual Americans.
There is some crossover (but not much, particularly in the increasingly polarized society). But there's another group that kind of gets to fly under the radar, but which really bears much closer scrutiny. That group is the U.S. bishops. And that body deserves much scrutiny because of the disproportionate influence they have over voters.
It's not that the individual Catholic voter hangs on every word emanating from the U.S. hierarchy (thank God), but they have created an environment through decades of deceit, deception and distortion that gives the impression that the Catholic Church aligns better with the Democratic Party than Republicans.
But it doesn't. Not even close. The Democratic Party platform supports outright intrinsic evils while also denying natural law. But there are bishops in the U.S. who are all down with that evil, and Church Militant thinks that those bishops should just come clean and stop hiding behind each other's skirts.
We all know that a sizable number of clergy are homosexual. Even James Martin admits that. Heck, he even upbraided them and said they all need to come out of the closet and fess up. You'll rarely hear this out of Church Militant's mouth, but we agree with Martin. He should start with himself: Admit it or deny it, Father — come on.
But he is certainly not alone. How about Lexington, Kentucky bishop John Stowe. How about it Bishop? Are you a homosexual? We mean, why should you get to abuse your office to promote all kinds of moral filth, pretending you don't have a dog in the fight. You house the anti-Catholic "Fortunate Families" outfit in your diocese, you speak at gay conferences like New Ways Ministry and you even share the stage with known homopredator clerics. But that sexual abuse is okay, right — because it's all in "the family"?
Look, if you're a big, ol' queen, fine. We can use that as a jumping-off point to start talking about all this. But until you come clean, you can't be taken seriously because you're fundamentally dishonest and untrustworthy. And is there anything else that can be said more disgraceful of a successor of the Apostles?
So when you publish social media posts about how evil President Trump is, why should anyone listen? You haven't shown your cards — and we suspect you may have two or three queens. Speaking of gay bishops, how about Joseph Bamabera of Scranton, Pennsylvania who has had James Martin in the diocese so many times to promote sodomy that it raises questions about what's really going on there.
Bambera is so effeminate that some of his own clergy call him "Bambi," and Bambera has been outed previously by Church Militant as a registered Democrat. You know, a card-carrying member of the party that hacks up little children and sells their pieces for profits and also promotes gay sex like nobody's business.
Giving Bambi the benefit of a doubt in presuming he doesn't actually support the chopping up of little babies, whatever could be his reason for remaining in the party? While abortion is the religion of the Marxists, taxpayer-supported, non-stop, constitutionally protected gay sex is a really close second. So why would any bishop be a Democrat and throw his support behind child murderers and gay sex? To protect the spotted owl? Seriously? Come on!
These exact same questions can be asked of Cupich in Chicago, McElroy in San Diego, Tobin in Newark and in quite a number of other places, some of which might escape scrutiny the first time around. The question is simple: Are you gay? Yes or No? Given the current climate in the Church and the world, every single Catholic has a right to know that.
Long gone are the days when bishops could be trusted — many of them even admit that. Good. At least that's a start. We won't go into the reasons we can't believe you or trust you; the list would need two eternities to be read aloud in its entirety. But a major reason you can't be trusted is because so many of you are homosexuals in hiding, working to destroy the Church from within. And you need to say out loud, all of you (which I suspect is a pretty sizable number, if you are homosexual.
A simple "yes" or "no" would do. But of course, that will open up another set of questions for those of you who are gay. For example, how much do you let your sexual inclinations and attractions influence your politics, doctrine and well, frankly, your personal lives? It's abominable, given your track record, that you think we don't have a right to know this.
Of course we do. Faithful Catholics should be picketing your residences and chanceries demanding to know if you are homosexual. Much of the gay world supports the Democratic Party and brain-dead Biden. But you already know that, of course. You hate the religious air that surrounds the Republican Party, even if it is thin, questionable or even somewhat imagined.
You gay bishops hate God. You hate Scripture. James Martin even tweeted out that the Bible does say homosexuality is wrong and bad and all, but he added the Bible is wrong. Most importantly, you hate the Church. Admittedly, some of you have this love-hate relationship with the Church — you live with a tortured conscience, longing to have sex with men, maybe even actually doing so, but also knowing it's wrong. And you are unable to come to terms with the inner conflict.
You need to resign. You need to get out now and save your soul. And if you need a little help, then call on the laity. You all may not like it but what the Era of Trump has caused is the great unmasking — pun intended. Everyone is now learning where everyone else stands on everything, and as a result, everyone is realigning themselves.
We think that all you bishops should join the party. Come out of the closet. Like you buddy Jimmy says, come screaming out and declare what you are. It's probably safe to say that — while there would be a few surprises — most of you aren't gonna shock any of us. We already know who you are by the way you direct your politics.
We know many of you ran deep into the closet in seminary and have made a pretty comfortable life for yourselves. Well, time's up. Many of you are gay Democrats, which admittedly is kind of redundant. But regardless, your people need to start asking you. They need to go up to you after Mass (whether it's in Detroit, New York, Washington, D.C. or Fort Worth, and flat out ask you, "Are you gay?"
If there was ever a time for total exposure in the Church, this is the time. What the faithful need to understand is a large number of these men are more gay than they are Catholic, and they are doing everything they can think of to get you to vote Democrat. It's just helpful to know where a person stands. Nothing wrong with that, right your excellencies? A little actual honesty would be refreshing.