Robert Maginnis' warning: Washington's gays and witches corrupt politicians

"You have a lot of witchcraft. You have a lot of hedonism . . ."

By Brian Tashman
April 22, 2017 3:29PM (UTC)
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This post originally appeared on Right Wing Watch.

Earlier this month, Family Research Council senior fellow Robert Maginnis appeared on SkyWatchTV to discuss “the occult influence on D.C. elites.”

Maginnis warned that even the most well-intentioned people who go to Washington, D.C., to work in public service are susceptible to the evil forces that he said dominate the city, citing both witchcraft and homosexuality.


“If you look around Washington, you have Dupont Circle, famous for being the center of homosexuality in Washington, you have all sorts of activities down there that are pretty souring,” he said. “You have a lot of witchcraft. You have a lot of hedonism. You have all the issues that—when I think of Sodom and Gomorrah, I often think of Washington, D.C. in the same thought.”

Maginnis, who previously said that witches “advise the senior leadership of the country,” urged viewers to pray for President Trump to ensure that he doesn’t give in to corrupting influences.

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