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Pandemic Doesn't Stop Hate Speech on TV
 
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May 11, 2020
 
NEW YORK, May 11, 2020 /Christian Newswire/ -- Catholic League president Bill Donohue (photo) comments on anti-Catholic bigotry that surfaced over the weekend on TV:
 
A new Gallup poll shows that coronavirus has led more Americans to deepen their faith. But judging from what aired on TV over the weekend, it is evident that the pandemic has done nothing to stop hate speech directed at Catholics.
 
Bill Maher has a long history of anti-Catholic bigotry, and as bad as he is, no anti-Catholic in public life is more vulgar than homosexual buffoon Dan Savage. Maher invited this "intrinsically disordered" man on his show this past Friday.
 
Many normal people have no idea what a "glory hole" is, so please don't be offended by the description offered here (it is necessary otherwise the offensive remark may not make any sense).
 
Homosexual perverts specialize in anonymous sex in many places, and among them are public bathrooms. They like to carve a hole in the stalls so they can place their erect penis in it hoping for oral sex. They call these "glory holes."
 
Savage and Maher were discussing people having sex during the quarantine when Savage let loose. "I was going to predict the golden age of glory holes might return because initial tests show there wasn't a virus in semen or vaginal secretions. If you can carve a hole in the wall and power wash that hole between uses, you can have sex that way and glory holes will come roaring back and it won't be just for creepy closeted priests in truck stops anymore."
 
"Family Guy" is an animated show created by gay rights activist Seth MacFarlane. Last night's episode depicted cartoon characters at the Last Supper. Peter (who played Jesus) said, "Here's the bread. Now everybody listen up. Take this, and eat it. It's supposed to be, like, my body." To which Quagmire (playing an apostle) says, "Ew, what part?" Peter: "I'm not gonna say what part, but you're supposed to eat it while kneeling."
 
These men are more than deranged. And their corporate sponsors are just as sick.
 
Contact for Dan Savage: mail@savagelove.net
 
Contact for "Family Guy": Marissa.Deems@fox.com
 
SOURCE Catholic League
 
CONTACT: 212-371-3191, pr@catholicleague.org
 
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