In a moment of weakness, I cared. Oh well.
The twitter attack was based on a story circulating that Pope Francis had allegedly “criminalized the reporting of sex crimes”.
Anyone with half a brain would realize that such a story was a complete joke.
That didn’t prevent some low-information types from having a spittle-flecked nutty for all to see on Twitter.
The problem is that they got their story from a parody, “satirical news” site, Newslo, rather like The Onion.
In other words their brainless hate-filled attacks were based on a spoof, on a joke, on a prank. A lie.
They were completely duped.
But wait! There’s more!
The site Strange Notions has the goods on the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science. The oh-so-superior atheistic secular humanist elite fell for it too. They posted their brilliant observations on their Facebook page:
“According to the new laws, revealing or receiving confidential Vatican information is now punishable by up to two years in prison, while newly defined sex crimes against children carry a sentence of up to twelve years. Because all sex crimes are kept confidential, there is no longer a legal way for Vatican officials to report sex crimes.”
I think the Dawkins people removed their public prat-fall from their page. Maybe one of you can find it again.
Remember, everyone, atheists are smarter than you are!