Democrats belong to Party of Satan

If you’re a Democrat, you belong to the Party of Satan (not an endorsement of the Republican Party). Over the last couple of weeks, the Texas State Capitol has become ground zero in an extremely spirited debate about whether it should be legal to sacrifice babies on the devil’s altar. As time was running out on the first special legislative session of the Texas legislature on June 25th, state senator Wendy Davis (D-Fort Worth) was filibustering a bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks. President Barack Obama tweeted his support for Davis during her filibuster.



Davis ultimately relied on a mob of rabid baby-haters to essentially shut down the proceedings so that a vote couldn’t be taken before time expired. Subsequently, Davis reached cult hero status within the Democratic Party. Why? Well, because she stood up for her belief that babies should be rightfully aborted killed murdered sacrificed to Satan if the mother of those children so wishes. That Davis’ own mother decided not to sacrifice her was apparently lost on the state senator from Fort Worth.

While these Luciferians won the battle, the war continued when Governor Rick Perry called a second special session, which kept the fight between good and evil going inside the capitol. The juxtaposition of those who support sacrificing babies to Satan against those who see them as gifts from God was perhaps best demonstrated in this video. The people in blue (pro-life crowd) are singing ‘Amazing Grace’ while the angry Satan worshipers are chanting ‘Hail Satan’.

***UPDATE – additional video added on July 30, 2013 (h/t Daveed Gartenstein-Ross):***

For those who like to defend the behavior by saying that was just one person, go to the 5:15 mark of this video. There are clearly multiple people chanting it:

About one week later, more Luciferians gathered inside the Capitol and chanted “F**k the Church”.

Luciferian Democrats support human sacrifice

Luciferian Democrats support human sacrifice

Lest one think that the abortion issue is just so charged, it brings out the worst in people and Democrats shouldn’t be associated with Satan simply because they support baby-killing, consider CBS reporter Walter Cronkite, who came to prominence in the 1960’s and became known as the ‘Most trusted man in America’ albeit quite erroneously. In 2003, Cronkite officially outed himself as the liberal many knew him to be but even then, he attempted to justify it with nuance.

In 1999, long after he resigned as anchor of the CBS Evening News, Cronkite was awarded the Norman Cousins Global Governance award. During his acceptance speech, Cronkite denounced Pat Robertson for suggesting that no world government could exist until ‘the Messiah arrives’ and that anyone who suggests otherwise is ‘doing the work of the devil’. At that point, Cronkite called on people to join him, seated at ‘the right hand of Satan’. After Cronkite’s acceptance speech, then first lady Hillary Clinton delivered a recorded message to Cronkite in which she endorsed his receipt of the award:

It is indeed noteworthy to consider that ‘the most trusted man in America’ admitted to being proud to stand with the father of lies.

Like Clinton, Barack Obama is a proud yet covert acolyte of Saul Alinsky, the grandfather of modern day community organizing. Clinton wrote her senior thesis on Alinsky during her time at Wellesley College and was even offered a job by a quite impressed Alinsky but turned it down to pursue other things. In 2008, Alinsky’s son David praised Barack Obama and in an editorial, implied papa Saul would be pleased, writing:

I am proud to see that my father’s model for organizing is being applied successfully beyond local community organizing to affect the Democratic campaign in 2008. It is a fine tribute to Saul Alinsky as we approach his 100th birthday.

Did you catch that part about the “Democratic campaign”? It’s synonymous with a “Luciferian campaign”, especially when one considers that Alinsky dedicated his most well known book, Rules for Radicals to the Prince of Darkness. The following dedication appears on the opening page of the book, which has been re-printed without it:

“Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history… the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom — Lucifer.”

Of course, there is perhaps no individual in modern history so widely recognized as being Satan incarnate on earth than Adolf Hitler, whose alliance with Islam’s Muslim Brotherhood is indisputable. Hatred for the Jews was one of many common bonds and Hitler’s Nazis were socialists, which is exactly what the Democratic Party in the U.S. has become.

The Democratic Party is also the party of choice for Islamists. The only two Muslims in Congress are Democrats – Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) and Rep. Andre Carson (D-IN). While attempts have been made by Islamists to infiltrate the Republican Party – and not without success – the Democratic Party is a natural fit. The degree to which the Republican Party welcomes stealth jihadists has been and will be determined by how willingly it forfeits its principles. Abortion is one such issue. Republican Party establishment types (secularists) who want to look the other way on issues like abortion and gay marriage are the ones willing to allow the Islamic trojan horse through the gate.

Supporting the sacrificing of babies to Satan says a lot about someone.

***UPDATE on July 30, 2013 at 6:13am EST***
Just because Daveed Gartenstein-Ross thought we didn’t look at enough “data points” when drawing this conclusion, we thought we’d add another one. In 2012, at the Democratic Convention, both “God” and “Jerusalem” being identified as the Capital of Israel had been omitted from the party platform. A motion was introduced to add them back in.

Democratic mayor of Los Angeles, Antonio Villaragosa put it to a floor vote requiring a two-thirds majority. Despite the “no’s” appearing to be the majority sentiment, Villaragosa affirmed the amendment after majority denied God three times.


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