Pastor Who Prayed Over Trump: Hollywood Drinks the Blood of Sacrificed Children October 19, 2017

Pastor Who Prayed Over Trump: Hollywood Drinks the Blood of Sacrificed Children

Rodney Howard-Browne, a Christian preacher who bragged about putting his hands on Donald Trump in prayer to thwart an attack against the President (only to reveal no details at all when asked about it by the Secret Service), is back with his latest conspiracy theory.

He claims Hollywood bigwigs feast on the blood of children… that is, when they’re not molesting the kids.

“They sacrifice children at the highest levels in Hollywood,” Howard-Browne declared. “They drink blood of young kids. This is a fact. That is why the next thing to be exposed will be all the pedophilia that is going to come out of Hollywood and out of Washington, D.C. The human sacrifice and the cannibalism has been going on for years. Some of you say, ‘Oh, they don’t do that.’ It’s worse than what you think. You remember when the whole spirit cooking thing came out? That’s commonplace, ladies and gentlemen. And many of the Hollywood actors that you go see on a screen, what you don’t know [is] they bring a witch, they do a big seance right there on the set and they worship devils and they allow devils to come into them before they take the part of what they’re going to act. It’s a fact what I am telling you.

“It’s a fact,” says the guy who think the Bible is true. The most telling line in his rant may be when he says, “These people cannot be reasoned with,” with no sense of irony.

(“Spirit cooking,” of course, is one of the hoaxes that spread in far-right circles as they worked last year to discredit Hillary Clinton.)

Remember: This pastor was invited into the White House to put his hands on the President. This is who Trump surrounds himself with… which makes sense, because when you’re a professional liar, you need to surround yourself with people dumb enough never to question the outrageous things you say. A lot of these Christian leaders fit the bill perfectly.

(via Right Wing Watch)

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