Articles: End the Media Blackout on Gay Rapists:
"Rape is a hideous crime.
Besides the physical and emotional violence inflicted, depriving the victim of their basic human dignity is unconscionable.
The charge of rape itself is worthy of our full attention; and if proven, the crime should demand the harshest punishment we can muster.
But thanks to a corrupt media, that’s just not the way things work in America these days.
For instance, while decades old rape accusations against a black TV star named Bill are given front page headlines, more credible rape allegations against a Southern white President of the United States named Bill are ignored and the victims are savaged in the press.
Liberal politics, not people, matter to our evil media.
That’s precisely why they rush to their cameras, microphones and keyboards when news breaks about a pedophile Catholic priest having his way with altar boys.
Not because they care about the altar boys, but because they want to discredit the Catholic Church.
If you doubt that fact, ask yourself why you haven’t heard much from the Mainstream Media about the recent arrest of 66 year-old Terrence Bean, charged with raping a 15-year old boy.
The answer is because Terrence isn’t a Catholic priest.
Instead, he’s the co-founder and on the board of directors of the homosexual organization ironically called the “Human Rights Campaign.”
The confused souls you see who adorn their car bumpers with the yellow equal sign emblazoned on a blue sticker are flying Bean’s flag…with pride, no doubt.
Bean is also a very wealthy man who gives lavishly to the Democratic Party and has been wined and dined regularly by President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama.
Yet, despite his public notoriety, the fact this near 70-year old gay hero and his 25-year old boyfriend Kiah Lawson were charged with two counts of sodomizing a 15-year old victim just last year doesn’t seem to warrant a mention in the mainstream press.
Because abused 15-year olds aren’t as important as advancing a liberal political agenda.
And this isn’t an anomaly; this is a sick pattern. "