A few days ago I put up a post containing Taylor Marshall's commentary about the perversion that a priest committed atop the altar of his parish church, in effect desecrating it with his gross sacrilege. Taylor mentions that the altar is symbolic of Christ Himself; that is why there are five crosses carved into each Catholic altar. He noted that in more sane and reverent times, such deliberate desecration and sacrilege would have garnered the death penalty for the perpetrator.
He said this in passing, and I was prepared to let it remain a lesser point. However, this is NOT the first time that a Catholic altar was desecrated - not so much with sexual perversion as with rank idolatry. I remind you of this outrage, right after the pachamama idols were tossed in the Tiber. This detailed what happened during the closing Mass of that climate-change gabfest during which the pachamamas desecrated the Vatican gardens and several Catholic churhes before being hurled into the Tiber. As you watch the video of the Mass, take notice of how many times the camera zooms onto that plant. Then the plant is placed on the altar in direct disobedience to the GIRM. Take note particularly from 55:38 to 56:20. Recall from the previous paragraph that any Catholic altar is representative of Christ Himself - and that defilements of said altars at one time were punished via the death penalty.
I'm going to link now to an article in Catholic World Report, where the author directs three questions to opponents of the death penalty. These questions, in my opinion, reduce to shreds any attempt to vilify the death penalty. But have you noticed that among death penalty opponents are all proponents of abortion, gay perversions along with heretics and those who blaspheme and commit vile sacriledge? One might ask why, but I think the answer to that is quite obvious; they know that in a saner time, they themselves would be eligible for capital punishment. Let us pray that these people come quickly to repentance.