LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Brown no good friend to sex-abuse victims

Kaplan Herald
January 2, 2018

By – – Monday, December 11, 2017


As a survivor of countless clergy sex-abuse crimes and cover-ups in the state of California, I recognize the religious threat and intimidation tactic that is using (“Trump doesn’t ‘fear the wrath of God,’ complains ,” Web, Dec. 9).

is touting his religious affiliation with Catholic Church officials and he used verbiage right out of the playbooks of complicit religious leaders such as Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell and the California Conference of Catholic Bishops when he said recently, “I don’t think President Trump has a fear of the Lord, the fear of the wrath of God, which leads one to more humility and this is such a reckless disregard for the truth and for the existential consequences that can be unleashed.”

That’s just one of the many twisted threats used by on behalf of sexual predators and those who cover up those crimes. Just look at his actions as he shut the doors of justice to sex-crime survivors in his own state. Basically, he is saying, in my opinion, if any more victims come forward he will burn them all. There won’t be an invisible being that he calls “God” to do that for him.

Perhaps might want to read about himself in the Bible that he loves and believes in so much, specifically the part that talks about how Judas betrayed Jesus for a few pieces of silver. That is what has done to his state.

Yet continues to want to deny that truth and protect his religious “boys club” by hiding behind “climate change.” Why?


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