Hypocrisy Alert: Duggar’s Christian Minister Charged With Sexual Abuse By 10 Women


In today’s totally upside down and intellectually/morally bankrupted nation, the dumbest and most immoral hucksters can drape themselves in the flag and cross and reap enormous rewards. Hell, Sarah Palin and her freakish clan of snow grifting nobodys have managed to remain relevant eight years later, reaping millions from manipulating sub-moronic teabaggers. Thankfully, the recent arrest of Bill Cosby and utter decimation of Josh Duggar has shown us that these scumbags can no longer operate with impunity.

–Enter Duggar Minister Bill Gothard   

Bill Gothard, an Illinois-based conservative Christian minister and founder of the Institute in Basic Life Principles (or Institute of Bull Sh*ting Lecherous Pr*cks), has found himself in even deeper legal hot water after five more women filed suit against him for sexual abuse.

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According to the Washington Post:

Ten women on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against Bill Gothard, who for decades was a major force in the conservative Christian homeschooling movement, charging him and leaders in his ministry with sexual abuse, harassment and cover-up. Gothard, who urged Christians to shun things like short skirts and rock music, is accused of raping a woman.

Perhaps it’s the Church of Cosby to which he belongs? 

Goddard is known for his time as minister to the gay-hating and adulterous Duggar clan. Allow me to reiterate this in case blood has oozed from your eyes: the very man who was giving “spiritual advice” to Josh Duggar–a pretend human being who sought spiritual treatment from Gothard after molesting his sister– allegedly sexually abused ten women. Well, at least none of them were little boys or his own sister. That’s progress.

The latest women to file suit now join the five other women who filed suit in October against IBLP, saying the institute ignored and mismanaged their complaints of Gothard’s and other staff’s behavior. Attorneys for the women asked for permission to refile the suit after the IBLP attempted to quash the case. The women in the lawsuit are seeking, at least, $50,000 in damages each.

Does the sanctimony ever end with these Jesus freaks??


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