“DEEP STATE DENIZENS”
by Joseph DeMaio, ©2019
(Nov. 30, 2019) — If you were still wondering where the hate, vitriol and violence driving the nation into two warring camps originates, always start by just glancing to the left. One of the more recent examples of unhinged Democrat irrationality involves perennial loser Democrat Martin O’Malley, who recently ran into the Acting Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli at The Dubliner pub in Deep State D.C. Cuccinelli and O’Malley were both attending a social event at the watering hole honoring Gonzaga College High School graduates.
Without provocation, O’Malley targeted Cuccinelli and proceeded to launch into a profanity and obscenity-laced tirade against the former Attorney General of Virginia – when that state was still governed by rational beings – for the Trump Administration’s efforts to control the flood of illegal aliens across the southern border.
Apparently O’Malley was enraged that the Trump Administration and the Department of Homeland Security were using the same protocols and policies established by the Obama regime to deal with the under-age offspring of adult illegal aliens who had unlawfully crossed over the border. Outrageous! Inhumane! These protocols included temporarily keeping the “kids” in indoor, climate-controlled, chain-link fenced areas for their safety while their illegal alien “parents” were being processed. Oh, the horror… the inhumanity of doing… exactly that which the Obama bureaucrats had done while they were dealing – fecklessly, of course – with the problem of illegal immigration.
While no transcript of O’Malley’s juvenile tantrum yet exists, Cuccinelli noted that his assailant (yes, Virginia: if true, that which Monsieur O’Malley visited upon Mr. Cuccinelli was, by definition, an assault) was so furious that the veins in his neck were bulging. O’Malley later stupidly “tweeted” that “[w]e all let him know how we felt about him putting refugee immigrant kids in cages – certainly not what we were taught by the Jesuits at Gonzaga.”
Wait… the Jesuits at Gonzaga…? Monsieur O’Malley…, do you mean the same Jesuits at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington where for over three decades, numerous sexually-abusive priests were housed and cared for on campus at the Cardinal Bea House where they could live out their “retirement?” By way of but one example, the news reports about the practice included reference to court documents regarding one Rev. James Poole, from Nome, Alaska. Rev. Poole, among his other defalcations over the years, sexually abused at least twenty women and girls, one of whom was only… wait for it… wait for it… six (6) years old. Mr. O’Malley, are those the Gonzaga Jesuits to whom you refer?
In an interview given to the reporters at the Spokesman-Review in Spokane, the Rev. John Whitney, the former leader of the Oregon Province which ordered Rev. Poole to move into Cardinal Bea House, said the Jesuit order “is obligated to provide for priests in retirement…” because “it was the only facility in the province where past offenders like Poole could be contained effectively while also receiving necessary medical care.”
Rev. Whitney added that Poole “resided at Cardinal Bea House from 2003 to 2015” and that “if he had been allowed to live independently, without church oversight, he surely would have abused more people, even at his advanced age.”
Hypocrisy, thy name is O’Malley. Indeed, if hypocrisy did not already exist, a liberal Democrat or Deep State acolyte like O’Malley would invent it at breakfast merely to survive until lunch.
Talk about mistreating kids, where is O’Malley’s outrage over the Jesuits’ housing people like Poole who sexually abused a six-year-old girl? Cardinal Bea House was the “last refuge” for abusive priests for some 30 years until the last one left Gonzaga’s campus in 2016. Completely apart from whether one believes that the Jesuits’ operation of Cardinal Bea House for three decades was (a) laudable or (b) ignoble, the material point here is that O’Malley’s invocation of “what we were taught by the Jesuits at Gonzaga” in his lame justification for vilifying Cuccinelli is – let us be polite and non-profane here – both hypocritical and stupid.
At minimum, before O’Malley barfs up another rant over the “mistreatment” of “kids” brought to this country illegally under the same protocols utilized by his hero, Barack Hussein Obama, Jr., he should first research and select his analogies to the Jesuits at Gonzaga more carefully. The fact of the matter is that O’Malley, like virtually all Deep State denizens – and whether living in D.C. or in various other of the widely-scattered pockets of Deep State plots and neuroses (e.g., San Crapcisco) – cannot survive without their daily (sometime hourly) “fix” of hypocrisy.
There is no “detox” protocol for hypocrisy. Only intellectual “cold turkey” will work, so there is little hope for Trump-bashing Democrat ideologues like O’Malley. On the other hand, as they say, although you cannot fix stupid, you can vote it out of office. And rest assured, faithful P&E readers, there are many more O’Malley clones occupying the left side of the aisle in the U.S. House of Representatives… and if you doubt it, just watch the upcoming Nadler Circus.
Accordingly, dear reader: vote carefully in 2020…, and tell your friends to do the same.
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Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.