That's understandable. We all have our signature issues that bother us.
Murder, rape and pedophelia gets punished most of the time. And no one ever sees plain as day rape, murder and child molesting and tries to justify it, hand wave it, ignore it or relish in it. But to this very day, people still push back whenever racism is involved. There's always a but involved when people point it out. Look no further than the Tessa Blanchard situation.
Tell me if any of these sound familiar.
"Well he looked the part." "It's just a word, no harm done." "That's one big bad dude." "What are THEY doing in this (area, neighborhood, store), "They all look alike" "Shut up and dribble" "All Lives Matter" "MY DAUGHTER IS NOT DATING A GOD DAMNED......!!!!"
I could go on and on all day. Double standards, police brutality, prejudicial hiring, lending and housing practices and harmful stereotypes are still prevalent and affect so many people but it goes by and people get bent out of shape and start deflecting or worse.
I went to Catholic School as a kid. Later on I was hearing about all the pedophilia accusations. At first I thought the Church was being framed by bad people. When I found out how much truth there were to the claims I felt betrayed and angry. I was full of hate for the Church. The hate inside wasn't constructive or healthy to me as it did not change anything. I deal with my feelings by having nothing to do with the Catholic Church and occasionally trying to engage people in conversation about their evil. If I can peel anyone away from them I feel that is the most healthy and constructive way. BTW, how many child raping priests escape incarceration because they can hide behind a wall of money taken from donations intended to help the poor? In 2007, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles under the watch of Cardinal Mahoney paid out a $660,000,000 sexual abuse settlement to 508 victims.