Hollywood and the Media has a way of getting their message out to the masses by using movies, tv shows and even cartoons. Here is the latest where it appears ABC wants to let you know who the blame is for the world’s “atrocities”. ABC’s Mistresses episode “What Happens in Vegas” delves into parenthood and religion in a surprising way. April (Rochelle Aytes) tries to get her 14-year-old daughter Lucy to come with her to the annual church fundraiser,

but the teenager rebels against her mother, or as she calls her, “Mussolini in a maxi dress.”  Lucy says she used to like church but now she knows what it really represents—”Most of the world’s atrocities are committed under the name of religion”—and she can no longer support it.

Lucy: I don’t want to go. Please don’t make me.  April: Where is this coming from? You’ve always had a good time at the church fundraisers. Lucy: That’s before I thought about what the church really represents. Most of the world’s atrocities are committed under the name of religion. I just can’t support that with brownies. April: Is that so? Lucy: Yes. FULL REPORT