McCarrick' sexual abuse victim testifies that 'Cardinal' (homosexual predator) Joseph Bernardin also sexually assaulted him, assisted by Predator McCarrick.
Nick Donnelly: The Dam About to Burst about the US Bishops' cover up of Bernardin's homosexual abuse of a 19 year old young man, criminally assisted by McCarrick
the Vortex Since Church Militant aired our special report last week on Chicago Cardinal Blase Cupich failing to report a case of sexual abuse of a minor involving his predecessor, Chicago Cardinal Joseph Bernardin, we have received numerous contacts with much more information.
The Chicago archdiocese for the past 30 years has been able to keep the wraps on Bernardin's evil with a series of threats, payouts and cover-ups — that is, until now.
For the first time ever, one of Bernardin's sexual assault victims is going public about his abuse at the hands of the homosexual cardinal.
He is on the record — and is none other than the same victim of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick whose testimony last summer brought down that homopredator.
Luke 8:17 For nothing is hidden that will not be disclosed, nor is anything secret that will not become known and come to light.
The late Father Charles Fiore maintains that Joseph Bernardin was an active and predatory homosexual. [From Matt Abbott's Column]
Randy Engel's book The Rite of Sodomy.
The Special Case of Joseph
"It is a fact that Bernardin's accuser (Cook) did not ever retract his allegations of abuse by anyone's account other than Bernardin's," said Sipe. He also told the audience that the Chicago Archdiocese's pay off to Cook before he died of AIDS was in the $3 million range...
The Cook case, as we shall see, was not the first time that Bernardin's name had come up in connection with homosexual activities and sex abuse scandals some of which involved occult practices.
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George, guilty of covering for McCormack's abuses of boys : Cardinal George, who as we saw covered for a guilty pedophile priest, was elected president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Instead of a punishment, a reward.