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Radio Jock’s Vile Attack
On Elderly Nun

By on March 21, 2018

(March 20, 2018) Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a Tennessee radio sports jock’s attack on a Chicago nun:

Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt is the well-loved chaplain at Loyola University Chicago, and a rabid sports fan. She was delighted when her school upset the University of Tennessee in the second round of the NCAA basketball tournament over the weekend.

The victory didn’t sit well with Cody McClure, who hosts a radio show on WKGN-AM, a Knoxville station. He posted a tweet saying, “F*** Sister Jean everyone.” The nun is 98-years-old.

When asked to explain himself, McClure said, “I don’t regret the joke, no I don’t, because it was a joke.” He then went on to lecture those who can’t take a joke anymore.

It wasn’t a joke—it was a cruel and obscene assault on an innocent elderly nun. Moreover, it was clearly meant to harm, not to induce laughter.

Contact Nate Hodges, owner and General Manager, WKGN:

natehodges@sportsradioknoxville.com

 

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