On Feb. 21, Alice Patterson is scheduled to speak at a Religious Right gathering that aims to promote a biblical worldview. The Justice at the Gates head, though, apparently believes that the devil himself is in charge of the Democratic Party.
Here is what Patterson said a while back about the Democrat’s Satanic influences.
As Chuck described Saul Structures, my thoughts raced to politics. “Oh my God, Chuck is describing the Democratic Party!” This was the first time I’d ever considered that an evil structure could be connected to and empowered by a political party … One strong fallen angel cannot wreak havoc on an entire nation by himself. He needs a network of wicked forces to restrain the Church and to deceive the masses. Unlike the Holy Spirit, who is everywhere at once and can speak to millions of people simultaneously, the devil can only be in one place at a time. By himself Satan would be totally ineffective, but in cooperation with other powers of darkness he erects structures to deceive and manipulate entire nations … At the time I was listening to Chuck Pierce in Louisiana, I hadn’t given any thought at all to strongholds in political parties. If I had ever thought about it, of course, it would have made sense, but it was new information. As Chuck’s words began to sink in, I asked the “Lord, Father, what is the demonic structure behind the Democratic Party?”
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“Policies are being pursued that place on the same level a multi-child family and a same-sex partnership, a faith in God and a belief in Satan. This is the path to degradation.” -Russian President, Vladimir Putin in a 2014 address
Largely panned by critics and moviegoers alike, Devil’s Due is a 2014 thriller that the Guardian’s Mike McCahill described as a “silly horror movie in the vein of Rosemary’s Baby is as substantial as seeing The Exorcist redone on Snapchat.”
Filmed in a Blair Witch project, handheld camera style, the film centers on a newlywed couple who begin to notice that weird things are happening with his wife’s body after their marriage.
The paper-thin premise for the shaky camera is that the husband is a camera buff and wants to film everything about their new lives together, but even the birth of a satanic baby cannot save this film, which is marred by an unoriginal premise, reality show docu-feel and bad acting.
One audience member commented on IMDb after seeing the show, “Anyone who worked on “Devil’s Due” should never work again.”
When the game Flappy Bird hit the top of the App store rankings, some speculated something was amiss. As it turns out, Satan may have something to do with the infuriating games quick rise to the top.
While no one is accusing the Dark Lord of interfering, when Myron Chiu at Sensor Tower analysed the reviews of the Flappy Bird game, he found many of them mentioned the term ‘Satan.’ He also noticed that the reviews, on average were much longer than similar reviews for other games.
His conclusion? It seems that the Flappy Bird developers may have been gaming the system, something that developer Dong Nguyen flatly denies.
Regardless, lovers of Flappy Bird should plan to download it soon; Nguyen plans on yanking it from the App Store to avoid further controversy.
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A Michigan Republican currently running for a seat to the Republican National Convention said homosexuality is a tool of Satan used to prey on innocent children.
“Satan uses homosexuality to attack the living space of the Holy Spirit,” Mary Helen Sears wrote on a Republican site last year in a hate-filled rant. “If the GOP continues down this trend and stand for perversions and the daily social fad,” Sears continued, “The GOP will be truly dead and Satan will have had his day.”
When asked about Sears’ remarks, Michigan Republican Party communications director, Darren Littel refused to stand by his fellow Republican’s words, saying that the party respects all people and “these comments clearly don’t reflect those principles.”
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