Skip to comments.Two Brothers Reveal Obama's "Moral Compass" Molested Them Since They Were 12 and 13
Posted on 01/26/2021 5:53:59 AM PST by Red Badger
There's one name you won't see in any of the stories about Pfleger. It starts with an "O" and ends with an "A".
It's funny because those names used to be associated quite a bit. When I broke the Pfleger story back in the day, I called him the white Jeremiah Wright. It was a fitting description because the two men were linked by their ties to Farrakhan and their racist bluster. Obama was forced to cut ties with both Wright and Pfleger.
Even though Pfleger used to be Obama's "moral compass".
Friends and advisers, such as the Rev. Michael Pfleger, pastor of St. Sabina Roman Catholic Church in the Auburn- Gresham community on the South Side, who has known Obama for the better part of 20 years, help him keep that compass set, he says.
"I always have felt in him this consciousness that, at the end of the day, with all of us, you've got to face God," Pfleger says of Obama. "Faith is key to his life, no question about it. It is central to who he is, and not just in his work in the political field, but as a man, as a black man, as a husband, as a father.... I don't think he could easily divorce his faith from who he is."
Pfleger kept on ranting about his favorite cause: gun control.
During an address at an anti-gun rally in front of Chuck’s, Rev. Michael Pfleger, pastor of St. Sabina’s Church, exhorted the crowd to “drag” shop owner, John Riggio, from his shop “like a rat” and “snuff” him. Rev. Pfleger went on to tell the crowd that legislators that vote against gun control legislation should be “snuffed” as well. As many know, “snuff” is slang for especially violent murder.
“We’re gonna snuff out legislators who are voting [garbled] against our gun laws and we’re coming for you because we are not going to sit idly.”
And then the child abuse allegations arrived.
The Chicago Tribune has interviews with two brothers who allege that Pfleger began abusing them from the ages of 12 and 13.
Nearly five decades later, the two men now say that former choir director, the Rev. Michael Pfleger, molested them dozens of times over several years beginning in the early 1970s. The brothers said they were sexually abused in Pfleger’s room at three churches, beginning at Precious Blood and including St. Sabina on the South Side, where the well-known priest has been assigned since his 1975 ordination.
The men, who are in their early 60s and live in Texas, said the abuse was a secret they had never revealed, not even to each other, until the younger of the two filed a complaint Jan. 4 to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago. The archdiocese announced the next day that Pfleger had agreed to step away from ministry while an allegation of abuse was investigated.
“I go back in my young mind and I say to myself, ‘What’s happening here?’ And I ask myself, ‘What do I do, you know, other than freeze?’” said the older brother, a 63-year-old former police sergeant and U.S. Air Force veteran, choking back tears. “You lay there and you hold your breath and hope for the best.”
The men have asked not to be publicly named, in part to protect the privacy of relatives who still live in Chicago and, they said, fear possible fallout from supporters of Pfleger. The older brother filed his complaint with the archdiocese Friday.
The older brother said Pfleger began molesting him about a year after they met, when he was 12, and continued from 1970 to 1976, in dozens of incidents at Precious Blood, Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Glenview, St. Sabina and the Mundelein seminary.
The man said he often tried to pretend he was sleeping during the abuse, which included acts of penetration, according to his complaint. The two were always alone in the bedroom during the incidents, he told the Tribune. There were no threats, discussions or apologies afterward, he said.
Obama couldn't have found a better choice for keeping his moral compass straight.
Proof that these Rats are the lowest scum in the universe.
At the core of every leftist there is decadence.
I've moved about the country a bit in time, and in every diocese I've lived, Pastors and Parochial vicars get moved about on a fairly regular basis. Having a priest assigned to one parish for that long seems very, very unusual to me, but I'm not familiar if this is unusual or par for the course in Chicago. In any case, it seems quite odd to me.
Hm. I thought for sure this would be about Frank Marshall Davis, another likely pedophile.
I remember him from 2008 for his faux black preacher act. How he bashed Hillary for trying to cheat the black man.
It wasn’t obvious he’s a snake to everybody?
It is unusual. Several times he was suposed to be moved to a different church and each time he pitched a fit over the move and he was allowed to stay.
This does explain why he kept adopting sons. One of which who died suddenly at 33 of an unreleased cause.
I never understood how a priest was allowed to adopt children.
He disobeyed the church and the church allowed his defiance.
Says a lot about the church.
You want to get to the substance of the headline and finally find it 2/3rds down at the end of the article. See? Journalism is easy. Anyone can do it.
Moving them is the way they cover it up. Same for all religions, except muslim.
“Obama couldn’t have found a better choice for keeping his moral compass straight.” [/br]
Like having a wife who has male parts?
The Catholic Church allowed Pfleger to continue as a priest even with all he said in public. They let him adopt children. It’s sinful.
“They let him adopt children. It’s sinful.”
This Catholic has never, ever, heard of such a thing.
Maybe his antigun fanaticism gave him a pass.
Happened 44 years ago if it happened. Probably did but reporting of it now is of no use.
Pfleger has been relieved of duties..........................
this is far worse than decadence - horrific crimes against innocent children is what happened. I can't think of better mentors for the anti-christ than Pfleger, Frank Marshall Davis, Bill Ayers, and Jeremiah Wright.
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