Area law enforcement officials recently honored two Philadelphia archdiocesan priests for extraordinary service in their communities. CITATION
I have been ranting and raving about what a corrupt dirtbag Josh Shapiro is for months. He plays both sides of the field and refuses to take the moral side even when necessary. Under his motion for protective order, the present diocese investigation is under seal. Under scrutinizing questions from the victims and media, Josh Shapiro swears that the grand jury report will be made public in June of this year.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro delivered the ceremony’s keynote address. CITATION
Remember, Josh Shapiro also swore to release the Porn Report exposing Judges sending pornography using their government email address. We see how that worked out.
REDACTED NAME OF PRIEST, who has spent decades ministering to those struggling with addiction, received the Citizens Crime Commission’s Award of Merit II at the organization’s 37th annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Day May 23 at the Hyatt at the Bellevue hotel in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro delivered the ceremony’s keynote address.
In the weeks preceding, Josh Shapiro has “sworn” he was going to bring the massive widespread pedophilia to light in the Diocese. Within these same weeks, he praised these priests ad nauseam. Notably, there was no Attorney General press release issued (as usual) for Josh Shapiro’s appearance at this event. Josh, who never misses his opportunity to appear in front of a camera, did not want the national news media to be aware of his appearance and accolade for the Catholic Church at this event. I’m wondering how many donations were produced for this appearance, because we all know also (via the Piazza case) that Josh Shapiro’s loyalty and legal services as a public servant are for sale.
Also honored at a separate ceremony among law enforcement officials May 10 in Montgomery County was Father Jerome Wild. The pastor of St. Teresa of Avila Parish in Norristown was recognized by Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele for counseling a suicidal man at the church last year and dissuading him from taking his own life. Father Wild was presented with a Commendation Award for exceptional service to Montgomery County.
How much did this show of affection cost? How do you think the victims of the Catholic Church would feel about their lead prosecutor pumping up compliments on an organization he has publicly condemned? How about that “secret” 2000 page grand jury report?
Josh Shapiro is a press affectionado, continuously grandstanding without providing results, a prosecutor whose loyalty is not with the people, but for sale, and the Catholic church has very very deep pockets.