Even as six separate lawsuits against perjuring priest Bob Malm, his family, Kelly Motormouth Gable, and the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia move forward, the online petition demanding justice for those hurt by perjuring priest Bob Malm continues to garner signatures.
Earlier today, the petition broke 16,000 signatures, and it shows no signs of slowing down.
Meanwhile, Episcopal bishop Susan Goff and the other fat cats in that fusty old heap of antebellum history, Mayo House, continue to bury their hands in the sand by refusing to deal with Bob Malm’s perjury and lies.
Somehow, it’s fitting. Mayo House, a spectacularly costly and poorly maintained relic of the past, has numerous ties to the slave trade. Yet even as Susan Goff bloviates about “the way of love,” she sees no irony in hanging out in this monument to injustice.