CATHOLIC BASHERS STUFF HILLARY’S COFFERS

There were at least eight famous contributors to Hillary Clinton’s fundraising event at Roseland Ballroom last night who have a record of Catholic bashing.  Here is the evidence:

  • Ben Affleck played in the anti-Catholic movie, “Dogma,” and admitted that “The film is definitely meant to push buttons”
  • Molly Shannon is best known for her crude portrayal of a Catholic school girl on “Saturday Night Live”
  • Jon Stewart made offensive remarks about the pope on the February 22, 1999 edition of the “Daily Show”
  • Nathan Lane played “a Catholic priest who cruises the altars for quickies” in a 1995 movie called “Jeffrey”
  • Dennis Leary made obscene jokes about Christ and defamed the Catholic Church in his 1997 “Lock-N-Load” show on HBO
  • Cher is soon to release an anti-Catholic song called “Sisters of Mercy”
  • Whoopi Goldberg insulted the pope on the September 26, 1997 edition of “20/20”
  • Harvey Weinstein’s Miramax distributed the anti-Catholic film, “Priest,” and produced the Catholic-bashing movie, “Dogma”

Catholic League president William Donohue voiced the league’s concerns today:

“Hillary Clinton is not responsible for the Catholic-bashing record of her fundraising friends, but she is responsible for running with them.  These are not just some anonymous contributors—they are among her best friends.  Is there anyone who believes that she would run in the same circles with those who mock blacks, Jews or gays?  As far as Catholics are concerned, there is literally no difference between the gang of eight that stuffed her coffers last night and the John Rockers of this world.   But we won’t ask her to return the cash: we’d rather just get the word out about who her real friends are.”


Written by Bill