Democrats Praise Moloch on Twitter After Fox News Fires Host for Exposing Their Worship of Pagan Deity

Fox News released radio host Todd Starnes today after a guest speculated on his show, “Fox News & Commentary” on Monday that Democrats may worship the pagan deity Moloch, a demon referenced in the Old Testament who is honored by child sacrifice.

Starnes discussed the matter with Dr. Robert Jeffress, a evangelical pastor from Dallas. They talked about their support of President Donald Trump and the possible satanic motivations behind the far-left’s extremist agenda.

“That reminds me of an arsonist, a pyromaniac with a match in his hand about to set a building on fire, saying, ‘Now pray with me that the destruction I’m about to cause isn’t too severe,’” Jeffress said about the Democrats’ moves against President Trump. “If Nancy Pelosi is sincere about bringing this nation together, she will drop this impeachment effort.”

“We just assume they’re praying to God,” Starnes replied. “I’m not quite sure.”

“Apparently the god they worship is the pagan god of the Old Testament, Moloch, who allowed for child sacrifice,” Jeffress answered. “The God of the Bible doesn’t sanction the killing of millions and millions of children in the womb. I think the god they are worshiping is the god of their own imagination.”

Liberals took to Twitter following the news to apparently validate Dr. Jeffress’ suspicions, and confirm that they do in fact worship the pagan deity.

While liberals try to make a mockery out of the issue, there is troubling evidence that this pagan deity is revered by elite circles.

Infowars founder Alex Jones initially infiltrated and exposed the Bohemian Grove, a private male-only club of the world’s most influential power brokers that meets in Sonoma County, California each summer. He filmed one of their bizarre rituals from afar back in 2000 where he claims he saw them burn an effigy of a child in front of a giant stone idol they referred to as Moloch.

The grainy footage caught by Jones can be seen here:

The annual meeting has since become mainstream news, with outlets like the Washington Post and Business Insider being forced to admit its existence. They have been holding annual meetings since 1878.

“The people that gather at Bohemian Grove — who have included prominent business leaders, former U.S. presidents, musicians, and oil barons — are told that “Weaving Spiders Come Not Here,” meaning business deals are to be left outside,” the Post wrote about the secret society of suspected Moloch worshipers. “One exception was in 1942, when a planning for the Manhattan Project took place at the grove, leading to the creation of the atom bomb.”

In addition, a peculiar reference to offering a sacrifice for Moloch was found in Hillary Clinton’s e-mail trove released to the public by WikiLeaks in 2016.

“W ith (sic) fingers crossed, the old rabbit’s foot out of the box in the attic, I will be sacrificing a chicken in the backyard to Moloch,” the e-mail read.

While Starnes may no longer work for Fox News because he got a little too close to the truth, his next step is to launch “a multi-faceted broadcasting and digital company focused on delivering authentic conservative news and commentary” called the Starnes Media Group in the near future where he won’t have to compromise his principles in order to maintain a platform.

“I am a rock-solid conservative and I do not compromise my beliefs,” Starnes told FaithWire after his release. “Period.”

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