Forget 'Punch a Nazi,' Get Ready for 'Shove a Priest'
If you thought punching random people claiming they’re “Nazis” was bad, wait till you see this. We’ve clearly reached a whole new level of incivility with the left’s war on religion. Watch as a smiling protester violently shoves a priest perceived by the LGBTQWTF community as “anti-gay” off a high stage during mass in Cachoeira Paulista, São Paulo, Brazil:
I guess we should be glad she didn’t cut his head off.
Father Marcelo Rossi is a well-loved priest in Latin America with a popular radio show with over three million listeners. The gay press is not condemning this attack and instead is insulting the priest in their reports, calling him “anti-gay” and repeating statements he made about gay sex that are in line with Catholic teaching and are supposed to be what all priests believe.
“Queerty” listed quotes with no context after claiming, “Rossi has made numerous anti-gay statements throughout his career.” Because that’s the important part, right? Father Rossi may have made statements that made unhinged gay people attack. Totally his fault.
"Queerty" and other gay media are going out of their way to describe the attacker as a mentally ill person who didn’t have ties to any gay groups. We are supposed to believe that this has nothing to do with any LGBTQWTFery. Maybe. But I doubt it. When the gay mafia puts trains its sights on you, it’s only a matter of time until you get a milkshake in the face or punched in the face or tossed off a stage. We’ve seen this before.
The woman who pushed Father Marcelo Rossi on Sunday afternoon during a Mass in Cachoeira Paulista in São Paulo said that what happened was something between her and the priest. "Between him and me, between him and me," the assailant said as she left the police station.
One could argue that every protester who thinks it’s okay to strike out violently at opponents is mentally ill. Father Rossi was unhurt and finished the mass. He declined to press charges. What a terrible man!
Megan Fox is the author of “Believe Evidence; the death of due process from Salome to #MeToo.” Follow on Twitter @MeganFoxWriter