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Apologies if someone's already posted this, but I feel like this deserves its own thread. Since Steve Bannon wants the media to not say mean things about the regime, and wants to run the country into the ground I think it's appropriate that everyone knows he's also a shitty person in his private life. I've found, for your perusal and disgust, some links that have, redacted, court papers about his divorce procedings as well as child support proceedings from his second ex-wife, Mary Louise Piccard. They're a hard read, but here are some highlights: - Underpaid or outright didn't pay his child/spousal support. When he was making $500,000 a year, and had a lot more money than that, so he really had no excuse. -Went for long periods of time without contact with his daughters -Acted abusively towards daughters when he did see them. -Threatened administrators of schools where daughters would be enrolled. Flipped out over the possibility of his daughters attending school where Jewish children attended. -This is less confirmable, but apparently he told Piccard he would not marry her if amniocentesis did not come back normal https://theopporeport.com/2016/12/02/the-bannon-files-divorce-records-reveal-marital-discord-and-questionable-parenting/ In addition, here's a link to a police report about Bannon choking Piccard. She dropped charges because he threatened her, from what I understand. http://www.politico.com/f/?id=00000156-c3f8-dd14-abfe-fbfbbe310001 I'm not necessarily the quickest to believe everything, but to be honest it looks like Piccard has her story straight and it's not like Bannon has denied it. If we see fit, maybe we could put these in a sticky, a la the Josh Duggar police reports? I think it's important for these docs to be out there, especially with everything going on.
Baba O'Riley posted a topic in Catholics - Catholicism - Orthodoxhttps://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/07/world/europe/princess-gloria-von-thurn-und-taxis-francis.html I'm a recent delurker, so hope I am doing this right. Very interesting article. Here are some of the juicier bits for those unable to read the article because of the NY Times paywall. So Steve Bannon, apparently a non-practicing Catholic, wants to spearhead an international movement to get rid of Pope Francis and return the Catholic Church to its traditional conservative roots. Alrighty then! In my Catholic schoolgirl days -- and maybe it's still a thing in the Church -- it was a mortal sin not to attend Mass on Sunday, and you could burn in hell unless you confessed it to a priest. If this is the conservative tradition that Bannon wants to return to, he will be in big trouble!