How about an investigation on all the Muslim schools and what they teach..such as how to go BOOM BOOM near bus stops
Everyone should just send him fake stories of over-the-top lunacy.
Do you see how much they hate you my fellow Christian? They want their revenge. Just read a few of the responses and you will see into the heart of very hateful people who want to hurt you.
Hope he gets lots of messages from people fully happy with their great experiences at Christian schools and maybe God gives him a damascas road experience too.
Be so tempting to send him a line of bs
I want this country to break up so bad. I cant take much more of these evil people. I dont want to coexist with them. I despise them and what they have done to our country.
Tucker just mentioned this on his show. Amazing!
This Witch Hunt is being promoted by groups with links to C.A.I.R.
Isn’t the track record for this kind of journalism nothing but bogus, made up interviews from unnamed sources to “legitimize” an already preconceived story line?
Tell this a-hole easily verifiable lies. We could have fun with this.
pigs digging for slop
"I'm a reporter seeking lapsed religious people to rip on their religious upbringing. Please contact me!" Every hand in the newsroom goes up.
Satan is strong at the Slimes.
Can’t the Slimes find a fallen Catholic to do this, must they use a Jew to attack the Catholic Church?
I HAVE TO TELL YOU ALL ABOUT MY BAD EXPERIENCE IN CATHOLIC SCHOOL.
I was a bad kid in school.
My parents tried Yeshiva in Bnei Brek. They tried public school at Gush Katif. They even tried a military boarding school up in the Golan.
I still misbehaved. I still got terrible grades.
Finally, in desperation, they sent me to Roman Catholic all-boys school in Judea.
I thrived. I was getting great grades, was well-liked by the teachers and students, and even did well in sports. No complaints.
In fact, I had the highest GPA in the school and was on track to be valedictorian.
One day, I was called to the Bishop’s office. He was sitting there with my Rabbi. Rabbi Shulman. They had clearly been talking.
I sat down on the chair they indicated.
Rabbi Shulman stroked his beard, puzzled, and asked, “You come from a good Jewish family. You’re sabra Israeli. You did terrible in school until you got here, a Roman Catholic school. Tell me why does a nice Jewish boy finally do well in a Catholic school?”
I leaned forward, and covertly pointed to the graphic crucifix hanging above the Bishop’s desk.
“Rabbi,” I whispered, still pointing to the crucifix. “See what these Romans did to the last Israeli boy who misbehaved?”