Rev. John Zuhlsdorf, a conservative priest and blogger from Madison, the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin, has been given the boot for conducting exorcisms to put a stop to voter fraud.
Zuhlsdorf, or ‘Father Z’ as he is known on his blog, performed live-streamed exorcisms to expose and put an end to what he and many other looneys believed to be widespread fraud in the Nov. 3 presidential election. The Diocese of Madison took issue and, of course, gave him the ol’ Catholic nudge along:
‘The Reverend Zuhlsdorf, who is in good canonical standing, will relocate from the Diocese of Madison to pursue other opportunities,’ read a statement from the Diocese. ‘The Bishop of Madison is grateful to the Reverend Zuhlsdorf for his faithful support of the diocese’s seminarians and priests, thanks him for his many years of steadfast ministry serving the diocese, and wishes him the best in his future endeavors.’
Via his blog, Zuhlsdorf has reached out to his flock to request a monthly $10.00 donation from everyone for ‘Just one reason, our [sic] of many: the libs who monitor this blog for things they can hate on will no doubt be annoyed by the fact of your concrete support!’
The Reverend also blogged that he now has an opportunity to consider a 10-year plan that will involve getting his ‘mo jo’ back. ‘That — by the way — should be interesting in this present atmosphere of “cancel culture” now infecting the Church, as well as the media and streets,’ he wrote, adding that ‘there is a catholic Antifa now.’
Sadly, Father Z’s exorcism videos have been removed from YouTube.