Last week, he released a video criticizing Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, and their position on the Catholic Church's sex scandal (yes, even he admits that he's late to the party), claiming that they only wanted to arrest the Pope for "crimes against humanity," not because they cared about the children who were molested by priests and told to keep silent, but because they wanted to make a political statement against organized religion.
VIDEO: Random Rant: Dawkins, Hitchens, and The Pope
My favorite part was between 9:30 and 10:48, where Dawkins was asked how the Pope's sex scandal qualifies as a crime against humanity, to which he explains that he's not prepared to answer any "technical legal questions." Matthew responds appropriately.
Matthew: [Defining "Crimes Against Humanity"] should be no problem. Richard Dawkins is going along with charging another human being with crimes against humanity. That is a very serious allegation and not something that anyone with any class or integrity would ever do lightly or on a political whim. So I'm sure he knows how this [the sex scandal] falls into the International Court's definition of a crime against humanity and he'll be able to answer her very reasonable question.
(cut to news clip)
Dawkins: You have to ask a lawyer about that. I specifically said when I agreed to do this interview that I wasn't going to answer technical legal questions.
(news clip ends)
Matthew: (sputtering in disbelief) Technical legal question? What do you mean you're not going to answer any technical legal questions? You're charging him with this! You mean you're just going along with charging someone with a serious crime and you don't even know what it is? What Richard Dawkins is literally saying here is that he's all for charging the Pope with crimes against humanity, but whether or not it is a crime against humanity is a technical legal question he's not prepared to answer. Why does anyone like this guy? He sucks!