Christianity Today reports allegations that former editor-in-chief Mark Galli inappropriately touched 8 women staff members. Galli penned scathing editorial for CT calling for Trump’s impeachment and removal from office.

The former editor-in-chief of Christianity Today, who penned an editorial attacking Donald Trump over Trump’s ethical failings including “immoral actions” involving relationships with women, was named as a serial harasser of women in a story published by his former employer Christianity Today.

According to CT, “In all, eight women said Galli touched them inappropriately. Six reported the incident to HR. One didn’t. Another had the incident reported by a colleague.”

Galli the Pharisee said Trump through his Twitter feed was “a near perfect example of a human being who is morally lost and confused.”

Yet, CT reports Galli wasn’t living up to his own standards. Galli was a hypocrite.

According to the extensive CT report, “At the same time that Galli was developing the ‘beautiful orthodoxy’ branding for CT, he made inappropriate comments about women. Three people recalled him talking in the office, for example, about how he liked to watch female golfers bend over. Galli denies the specific comment but said he probably referred to the women on the golf course as ‘eye candy.’”

Compare Galli’s actions to how Galli condemned Trump’s “immoral” conduct toward women in that infamous editorial calling for Trump’s removal from office.

Galli the Pharisee writes of Trump, “He himself has admitted to immoral actions in business and his relationship with women, about which he remains proud. His Twitter feed alone—with its habitual string of mischaracterizations, lies, and slanders—is a near perfect example of a human being who is morally lost and confused.”

Now we learn that Galli had his own problems.

CT reported, “More than half a dozen employees reported harassment from Galli or Olawoye to a manager or HR between the mid-2000s and 2019. But neither leader was written up, formally warned about their inappropriate behavior, suspended, or otherwise punished.”

According to Christianity Today, women said Galli was “protected” by Christianity Today leaders.

“No one was ever held accountable. Mark Galli was certainly protected,” a former employee who left CT because of a hostile work environment.

There is a great deal more in the CT story that raises all sorts of serious issues about how evangelical institutions deal with sexual immorality. And it once again shows how Leftists, the Woke, and the Crypto-Woke are some of the biggest offenders when it comes to mistreating women.