Sodomite X-Men! Too Bad Director Bryan Singer Didn't Live In The U.K. Like Comedian Mr. X (Ricky Gervais) Because Singer Would Be Known As Director X & Protected By Scotland Yard!
Sodomite Mr. X Meet Sodomite Director X
Happy Easter to all you sodomy lovin' godless souls there in the U.K.!
Here in the States we also have a sodomite problem or a sodomy plague - if you will.
But here in the States we publicly expose sodomites, we don't have the authorities hide the crimes of sodomites, especially the ones who rape boys.
In the U.K. you have your Mr. X - a comedian who raped a teenage boy. Mr. X is protected by Scotland Yard. Here is the story as told by your Daily Mail:
A gay celebrity who is alleged to have groomed a teenager before he killed himself has contacted the youth’s grieving family to ‘explain’ their relationship. But last night the parents of Ben Cowburn spoke of their dismay at the TV comedian’s use of high-profile libel lawyers Carter-Ruck to make the approach. The Cowburns have so far refused to respond, insisting the celebrity – known only as Mr X after a coroner controversially protected his identity – should first be questioned by the Metropolitan Police. They have sent a formal request to detectives asking that he be interviewed about Ben’s disclosure of homosexual rape and other sex assaults. Ben was 18 when he was found dead in his bedroom at a psychiatric unit in 2010 after telling medical staff he had been raped by the celebrity. Daily Mail Read More>>>>We here in the States have a similar problem with a Hollywood Director named Bryan Singer. As you can see our Hollywood sodomite is named, he is not known as Director X, unlike your famous comedian who only goes by the name of Mr. X.
Both men have one thing in common and that is sodomy.
But one sodomite is treated differently than the other.
Why is this?
Any who, here is the story of our named sodomite - Director Bryan Singer:
X-Men: Days of Future Past' director Bryan Singer will not be making any public appearances despite being one of the headlining names of the next installment of the big budget action series. Singer has decided against appearing at a Saturday fan convention in Anaheim and will not make any other appearances as his legal situation plays out in the court system. He has been accused of sexually abusing multiple underage boys at drug-fueled parties, but insists he is innocent. A source confirmed to Buzzfeed that producer-screenwriter Simon Kinberg will be stepping in for Singer at Saturday's Wondercon fan convention, and that all other public appearances will also be reexamined.The move comes as Singer moved to defend himself after a press conference Friday where a lawyer for one of his accusers claimed more suits alleging misconduct are on the way. He made it to ensure his personal problems would not overshadow the movie itself, a source told the site. Credit card receipts, telephone records and production schedules show that X-Men franchise director Bryan Singer was not in Hawaii when a lawsuit claims he sexually abused a 17-year-old on the islands, a defense attorney said Friday. Singer was mainly in Toronto working on the first X-Men movie from August through October 1999, defense attorney Marty Singer told The Associated Press. Daily Mail Read More>>>>I guess there are two sides to every coin: