GOP Brain-Trust University’s Law School Dean Pleads Guilty to Child Sex Abuse
Regent University is the heart and soul of the GOP intellectual brain trust, a center of psuedo-learning that emphasizes savage racism, xenophobism, hatred of homosexuals, fear of non-Jeebus-crazed religions and advocates the overthrow of secular government in America and transformation of the nation into a medieval theocracy of the sort that would make Iran look like West Hollywood.
Founded by Christian Coalition founding psychopath, evangelist and failed presidential candidate Pat Robertson, Regent University sent bus loads of its graduates into the Department of Justice and other federal ministries during the Bush administration, most often in appointed roles but some taking on permanent civil servant mandarin positions where they still lie in wait, theocratic suicide bombers ready to spring into action to do their part to reduce America to a cult of Jesus.
No one really knew what the Regentoids were capable of, what monstrous principals they were taught there and animated their diabolical agenda, until Stephen L. McPherson, 39, Regent University law school’s assistant dean pleaded guilty earlier this month for two counts of indecent acts on little girls.
The local rag reports: This piece of shit apparently sexually abused girls at the Hope Haven Childrens’ Home, an alleged shelter in Norfolk, VA for kids from disrupted families, between August 1996 and August 2000, when he and his wife were engaged as ‘house parents’ in the facility.
“While the children of Hope Haven come from diverse backgrounds and situations, they share one thing in common: the need for a secure, loving, Christian home,” the Website says.
McPherson pleaded guilty to two counts of forcible sodomy and two counts of object sexual penetration. His wife, Melina Ann McPherson, 37, “also was indicted on a charge of indecent liberties while in a custodial or supervisory role,” the local rag reported.
What is it about the Jeebus crazies? Given some small amount of authority over someone or some people, the relationship devolves to some form of psychic or physical rape. Interestingly, in these cases, you don’t see paragons of Christian belief and activism like McPherson chasing adult women who could rip their faces off.
Still, let’s consider this: Is McPherson, too, a victim of cult mind control and conditioning that has driven him to psychotic acts of rage and deviance? Can America trust that any of the Regent University Law School’s graduates are not capable of the same monstrous conduct? Can America in good conscience leave them in the ranks of the Federal government?
What say you, Stinquers?