The FBI whistleblower who leaked the intelligence memo singling out traditionalist Catholics for greater “assessment” and “mitigation” has said the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) response to the memo served as just another example of episcopal “cowardice.”
Kyle Seraphin joined me on today’s episode of The John-Henry Westen Show to react to the fallout of the leak, explain how he discovered the memo, and share advice on how traditional Catholics can protect themselves from being targeted by the government.
More than one week after Seraphin blew the whistle on the memo targeting traditional Catholics, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York released a statement for the USCCB that, in a stunning display of political correctness, condemned “racism” and the promotion of “violence” before condemning the “troubling and offensive” memo itself.
“It’s cowardice,” Seraphin said. “But it’s a pattern of cowardice that we’ve seen, I think, from the bishops, particularly in America … For me, you can’t have a religion that produces, or is attempting to produce, courage in the face of evil, and not show moral courage yourself.”
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