Some say that Glenn Bedingfield is not a public officer and therefore has the right to say what he wants because our country is a democracy. I treasure our country’s democracy but there should always be a limit to what anyone can say.

Whether Bedingfield is a public officer or not, he is being paid by taxpayers to serve the Prime Minister as a consultant, although I and others do not know what his consultancy deals with.

It’s true that Bedingfield did not accuse the Archbishop of anything but to me it looked like somebody was stabbed in the back.

Bedingfield seems to have forgotten the good acts of thousands of priests and religious people who take care of the sick, the disabled, the poor and the needy, but remembered the evil acts of a few.

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