Unmasking the Domestic Abuser in the Church

I Bet All of You Will Recognize this Scenario

Miranda Devine very recently published a book exposing evil. It is titled Laptop from Hell and it is about President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter. You may have read about this infamous laptop with its trove of evidence which is looking more and more like will result in indictments – and more.

But what I want to do here is show you an excerpt from chapter 5, entitled – It’s Over. Hunter’s now ex-wife (they were married some 20 years) emailed him in 2016 and this is how her message went:

I’m leaving you because you are having an affair and you have been emotionally abusive. I forgave you for cheating before, I tried to help you get sober and you made it clear, throughout the past year, that you didn’t want to be with me. You didn’t want my forgiveness and you didn’t want my help with your recovery.

I cannot control how you will twist what has happened over the past year – how you will try to make it my fault – which seems as cruel as the cheating.

Devine writes:

That is indeed what Hunter did to Kathleen, his wife of 22 years, when he told the world his version of the disintegration of their marriage in his 2021 memoir. By his account it was Kathleen’s failure to forgive him at his hour of greatest need, right after his brother’s death of brain cancer in 2015, that triggered his spiral into drugs and adultery. Finally, she drove him into the arms of his brother’s widow, Hallie, the only woman who understood his pain.

Kathleen would come to believe that the affair with his sister-in-law began within days of the funeral. At first, he made her feel ‘crazy’ for doubting him.

I could write a list here of all the abuser tactics and their effects on a victim which are evidenced here in just these few paragraphs. But I will just let you all draw up the list in your comments. This is just a sample of what Hunter Biden’s evil antics have been that are documented in this book – attested to by evidence on his own computer! And, as you can imagine, as they say – the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

NOTE: If you want to read a thorough expose of an abuser – the power and control, lying, self-justified, poor-me kind you all have known – then read this book. Or if you can’t stomach it all (the corruption’s tentacles reach around the globe and into the highest places), just read this 5th chapter and keep it handy to show people the schemes and mentality of evil that you faced from you abuser.

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3 Comments

  1. Ugh. Another memoir that i read, on the other end of the IT spectrum, Pilgrim’s Wilderness by Tom Kizzia. Total everything abusive. I read it within a year of it’s being published, before I learned all the terminology for what happened. Pilgrim has died, but the protagonist recently wrote a sequel from about a decade of experience post-escape.
    I’m glad the emails in this case are coming to light. And that now I have the words & terminology to discern what is going on.

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  2. HealingInHim

    Yes, Jeff. Unfortunately, many of us recognized the scenario. So grateful to have the Lord’s strength. It is a lonely path for the abused as many make excuses for the abuser’s behaviour.
    Thank you for posting.

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  3. So disturbing. I guess we need to stop being surprised while doing what we can to expose the wickedness when it is made so undeniably apparent.

    “Do not participate in the unfruitful deeds of darkness, but rather expose them.” Ephesians 5:11

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