Iowa Atty General Report Confirms the Obvious: Sex Abuse In Church Is Ancient History

Catholic clergy sex abuse history

For the history books: Catholic clergy sex abuse

An exhaustive report (pdf) from Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller examining alleged Catholic sex abuse dating back to the 1930s has confirmed what clearheaded folks have long known: Catholic sex abuse is a thing of the past – even if it is in the continual present by old media types.

Miller's report found that since 2002 – now nearly two decades ago – a mere five priests in Iowa have even been accused of abuse; and of those, only one accusation was even deemed credible.

Of course, the state attorney general's report received nearly zero attention from the media, once again just underscoring that our media is no longer a trustworthy source of information, if It ever was, but just a collection of left-wing cranks pushing their political agendas on the rest of us under the guise of news.


Want to learn about the rampancy of false accusations against priests?:
- "False Accusations Against Catholic Priests Are Now At Epic Proportions" (May 2019)
- The book: The Greatest Fraud Never Told: False Accusations, Phony Grand Jury Reports, and the Assault on the Catholic Church by David F. Pierre, Jr. (


  1. Shawn R Johnson says:

    Abolish the press. 

    • Bob says:

      Nah, if we abolish the right of a free press then be ready to find our other rights abolished by those who do not like them. Best thing to do is to not pay attention to media sources who continually lie or misinform until they decide to become journalists again. Once they lose enough money from losses in ads they will have to either change or die.