Pastor: Accusations Against Moore Part of a ‘War on Men’

Pastor: Accusations Against Moore Part of a ‘War on Men’ November 20, 2017

Pastors in Alabama are split about whether to support Roy Moore. Two different groups have released public letters, one in support and one in opposition. One of the pastors supporting him is taking the utterly absurd position that the accusations against Moore are part of a “war on men” and that women are more likely to be sexual predators than men.

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Pastor Franklin Raddish of the Capitol Hill Independent Baptist Ministries, a nationwide church, told AL.com from his South Carolina home that the spate of accusations against men in politics, Hollywood and elsewhere was a “war on men.”

“More women are sexual predators than men,” said Raddish. “Women are chasing young boys up and down the road, but we don’t hear about that because it’s not PC.”

No, you don’t hear that because it’s totally moronic and contrary to every bit of evidence in existence. Apparently “not PC” now means “not completely false.” Even when people bring up the fact that men are also often the victims of rape, that’s true but most of those cases are in prison and they are perpetrated by other men, not by women. Men are responsible for the overwhelming majority of crimes of sex and violence. Who could possibly deny that? Oh, right — a Christian preacher from Alabama, who already lives in a fantasy world.

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