AP picks up Monckton/Abraham story
July 25, 2010
In an interview published today, AP writer Steve Karnowski breaks the Monckton/Abraham dust up nationally. The article prominently mentions Monckton’s bizarre, paranoid ravings on a recent interview with the
equally bizarre Alex Jones, linked above.
“And he gave a scathing interview last month to syndicated radio talk show host Alex Jones in which he called Abraham a “wretched little man,” dismissed St. Thomas as a “half-assed Catholic Bible college” and called Dease “this creep of a president.” He also said he had been in contact with people he said were some of the school’s largest donors.
“Apparently in this Bible college lying is part of what they regard as their Christian mission,” Monckton told Jones. Monckton also complained he had received no response from the archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis, John Nienstedt, saying he was “probably so busy sorting out the problems with little boys that he hasn’t got time to deal with this one.”
The article failed to mention Monckton’s hilarious diatribe, in which he first accuses Abraham of “ad hominem” attack, – thusly, “So unusual is this attempt actually to meet us in argument, and so venomously ad hominem are Abraham’s artful puerilities, delivered in a nasal and irritatingly matey tone (at least we are spared his face — he looks like an overcooked prawn)…” And then there are the boasts of inventing cures for AIDS, flu, and the common cold.
This is the man that Congressional Republicans chose to be their sole “expert” witness in hearings on climate science. I love this story. Long Live “Lord” Monckton!
Abraham presentation, highly recommended, here.