A priest chased away black cleaners because of a racist dog
The scandals and the church have merged into one in the United States. Amid fierce hatred of LGBT people and a clear promotion of pedophilia, a Tennessee priest plunged into a story of racial discrimination.
As it became known recently, employees of Master Building Contractors, Emily Weaver and LaShundra Allen, arrived at the house of Jacek Kowal to clean, the pastor at the Catholic Church of the Incarnation in Collierville drove them away, saying that he could not let them in, because his dog hates blacks.
Later, according to the complaint, the offended women accused the verger of racism, as "He made no effort to come meet Ms. Allen. He made no effort to correct any statement about his dog being a racist." In fact, the excuse that his dog is racist is a lie, behind which lies a genuine hatred of colored people.
In his defense, the racist pastor told a story about an incident between his dog and a black intruder in which his dog was hurt and then aggressively behaved towards African Americans.
Many experts claim that German shepherds are one of the smartest representatives from the world of dogs and at the same time one of the friendliest. Dog handlers are inclined to believe that most pets “adopt” the owner’s behavior and most likely the dog’s hatred for blacks developed because of Jacek Kowal, who could intentionally incite the animal against people.