Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the latest episode of the HBO show, “Boardwalk Empire”:
There is something pernicious about Hollywood‘s non-stop assault on Catholicism. The scene from this week’s “Boardwalk Empire” that has outraged Catholics is the one where several middle-age men are sitting around watching old movies.
What they find terribly amusing is a shot of a nun on her hands and knees being penetrated from behind, and another which shows a man performing cunnilingus on her. There is nothing left to the imagination—this is graphic pornography.
It is no wonder that Hollywood’s hatred of religion, especially Roman Catholicism, has turned so many against it, even, regrettably, to the point of violence. This latest contribution, thanks to the show’s executive producer, Martin Scorsese, is particularly vile. Indeed, it reaches a new low.
The Banking Cabal Invented State Zionism (State Of Israel) Usurping Judaism's (Jew) Non-State Identity.
Just As They Invented Communism, Marxism, Fascism, Nationalism, Socialism, Usurping Other Nation State Identities For Economic Upheaval So As To Institute Centralization Of Money To Their Banks. End Of NWO Story!
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The sudden overthrow of a government by a usually small group of persons in or previously in positions of authority.
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Repetition Of Usurped Government Powers Rendered Unconstitutional.
Unconstitutional usurpations by one branch of government of powers entrusted to a coequal branch are not rendered constitutional by repetition.
The United States Supreme Court held unconstitutional hundreds of laws enacted by Congress over the course of five decades that included a legislative veto of executive actions in INS v. Chada, 462 U.S. 919 (1982).