ATLANTA, GEORGIA, April 18, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – A nationally syndicated liberal talk show host has called Pope Benedict XVI a “Nazi” and denounced “child-raping sons of b**ches in the Catholic Church.”
Last Thursday, Mike Malloy commented on the Twitter war between Democratic consultant Hilary Rosen, Ann Romney and, eventually, Catholic League president Bill Donohue. After Rosen said Mrs. Romney had “never worked a day in her life,” Donohue tweeted, “Lesbian Dem Hilary Rosen tells Ann Romney she never worked a day in her life. Unlike Rosen, who had to adopt kids, Ann raised 5 of her own.”
Rosen, a former lobbyist for the music industry, adopted a pair of minority twins in 1999 with then-girlfriend Elizabeth Birch, a onetime executive director of the homosexual lobbying group Human Rights Campaign. Malloy told his audience:
And the Catholic League - that piece of human waste Bill Donohue - then twitted or tweeted or tweaked - ‘glad to know Hilary’s fans are in a state of apoplexy - you’d think she was outed by their hysterical reaction. Get over it and grow up! You child-raping sons of b-tches in the Catholic Church, I am so sick of all of you - especially your priests and your bishops and your scum, the Nazi Pope, I am so sick of all of you. And this Donohue freak—wow.
Later, he said, “Isn’t it nice that the first thing that the fascist Bill Donohue Catholic Nazi goes for is Hilary Rosen’s sexual orientation, ya filthy pig!”
Jeff Fields, communications director at the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, told LifeSiteNews.com the group had not issued a press release about Malloy’s comments.Fields added, “Malloy’s ignorance, not to mention his vitriol, is appalling.” Fields stated the talker “would do well to see the bishops recent report on priestly sexual abuse noting that of the more than 40,000 priests in the U.S.,
99.98 percent of them are innocent.”
“He would also do well to bone up on his history,” Fields told LifeSiteNews. “The pope was conscripted into the Hitler Youth, as was every boy in Germany at that time. But unlike most of the other teenagers, he refused to attend meetings, which in turn brought economic hardship on his family. Moreover, he deserted the Hitler Youth at the first opportunity.”
Malloy, who also blogs for The Huffington Post, has used incendiary language against Catholics, evangelicals, and conservatives before.
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In January, Malloy asked:
Be a Catholic, how do you do that? How do you align yourself with a filthy, degenerate organization like this? How? How do you do it? An organization that sat there and encouraged – encouraged – the extermination of six million Jews? How do you do it? How do you call yourself a Catholic? How do you participate in this? I just cannot get my mind around that, okay?
He added Rick Santorum should “call Francis Cardinal George out in Chicago, and maybe you and he can get together for a cup of – hemlock.”
He later called Santorum “a Nazi son of a b-tch.”
“It’s National Prayer Day, Truthseekers!” he wrote in a May 2010 blog entry. “Do the child-molesting Catholic priests pray their victims are sufficiently terrified to come forward with the truth? Or do they just pray that Pope Rat will cover up their crimes? We’ll discuss prayer in all it’s forms on the program tonight! 877-996-2556!”
On November 16, 2011, he asked, “What is the fascination of the Catholic clergy with female reproductive anatomy? Little girls’ crotches or grown women’s reproductive rights, they gotta peek in there somewhere . . . . but I digress.”
At the height of the Planned Parenthood-Susan G. Komen controversy, Malloy claimed then-Komen Foundation vice president of public policy Karen Handel “is the type that would take every Jew in America and crucify him. She is the type that would take every Muslim in America and execute him.”
Upon learning of Republican website owner Andrew Breitbart’s death, Malloy shouted he was “so glad” that “piece of human garbage” was dead, calling the deceased “a hate-filled bag of gristle.” Breitbart and conservative talk radio hosts had “pumped poison” into the American political culture, Malloy said.
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