China McClain is a Hollywood star that starred in her first role when just 7 years old, then continued appearing in numerous films and TV shows before becoming famous for her role as a Disney star in the show A.N.T. Farm and then the Disney Channel movies “Descendants 2” and “Descendants 3”.
But all was not nice and wonderful in Hollyweird, apparently, as McClain sounded off on what she characterized as “Satanism” in Hollywood in the video shared below. The video is not a new one, but has been making the rounds on Twitter again, likely because of the Balenciaga scandal. In any case, Ms. McClain took quite a strong stance in it, saying:
Because in this dark world we’re in, I’ve noticed a pattern and what is being represented. People think that this stuff is just the game.
There is a reason why you see people dressed up as Satan. Not just you know, like Satan slipping himself in a little bit. No, full on visuals of Satan, people dressed as Satan, you know, dressed as a demon got upside down crosses all on their clothes or pentagrams on their clothes.
And people are just like, Oh, that’s funny. It’s you know, we’re making fun.
No, there’s there’s a reason why the entertainment industry is doing that y’all. They know good and doggone well that God exists. They also know that Satan exists. They’re just counting on the fact that y’all don’t know that. But either way, the things that you take in that they’re feeding you, those things affect you, whether you realize it in the moment or not.
They affect you. That’s what they do it entertainment industry. It’s about influence. I’m not gonna sacrifice the honesty in order to be politically correct.
It’s not just Hollywood that has adopted the Satanist imagery. The entertainment and fashion industries aslo have connections to it, as shown by both the “Baal” imagery in the Balenciaga photo scandal and the Lil Nas X Satan sneakers, about which the Daily Wire reported, saying:
Rapper Lil Nas X, also known as Montero Lamar Hill, rolled out a limited edition pair of Nike sneakers featuring satanic imagery and a drop of human blood to coincide with his new music video that depicts him giving Satan a lap dance.
The so-called “Satan Shoes,” which are 666 individually numbered pairs of Nike Air Max 97s that were modified by the company MSCHF, will be going for $1,018 beginning March 29.
The Blaze ripped Satanism on the left as well, arguing in an article that:
Abortion is satanic. The left views abortion as a central right in its political platform. As a Christian, I’m uncomfortable supporting abortion as a right. I believe God objects to abortion.
[…]My problem with the left is its aspiration to redefine every form of sin as a natural desire we should not tame. “Do what thou wilt” is the unstated overarching theme of progressive politics. “Do what thou wilt” is the primary tenet of the Thelema occult practice established by English writer Aleister Crowley, a satanist. “Do what thou wilt” means to seek out and follow your true path and will.
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