After a couple of years of diligent reporting about the Archdiocese of Minneapolis and Saint Paul’s coverup of priests’ involvement in sexual abuse of minors (especially by MPR), you have convinced the Vatican to completely toss the Archdioce’s leadership.
Now, when the scent of that glorious celebration (at the Amsterdam? WA Frost? The Lex?) has faded from your journalistic nostrils, we’ve got a couple more stories for you to cover.
Bill Clinton, beloved of our cultural elites (including most of you in the media, whom he treated like the old pals you longed to be), has been linked at the hip with an industrial-grade pedophile.
And the AP found that 2,500 teachers have have been punished for one degree of sexual abuse of students or another in the past five years. Now, I don’t know about you, but I’ve not heard of any time at which 500 priests per year were being rung up on sexual abuse charges. Have you?
You’ve spent the past couple years investigating the tolerance of tolerance of sexual abuse in high places within a major institution. Well, we’ve got another major institution for you to look into, and involvement in still more in some very high places to dig into.
Never let it be said I’m not here to help.