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FRC's Lt. Col. Maginnis: There's 'a Lot of Witchcraft' in Washington, D.C.

Michael W. Chapman
By Michael W. Chapman | April 24, 2017 | 5:12 PM EDT

Lt. Col. Bob Maginnis (ret.).

(Screenshot: SkyWatchTV)

Long-time national security expert Lt. Col. Robert "Bob" Maginnis (ret.),  a senior fellow with the Family Research Council (FRC), said there is "a lot of witchcraft" and "hedonism" in Washington, D.C., and added that when he thinks of Sodom and Gomorrah he often thinks of the nation's capital "in the same thought."

Maginnis, who has testified numerous times before Congress and appeared on countless news outlets, including ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN and the Fox News Channel, also said Dupont Circle, infamous for being the "center of homosexuality in Washington," is home to countless activities that are "pretty souring." 

During a recent interview on SkyWatch TV, host Derek Gilbert asked, “Revelations, going back decades, of pedophila by members of the government. Just over the weekend from England, there are accusations that former Prime Minister Edward Heath was a pedophile. From your perspective inside the beltway, in this allegedly Christian nation, how prevalent is this sort of decadent behavior?”

Maginnis said, “Well, I found some examples that I’ve seen first hand in Washington -- evidence, the influence of occultism, certainly witchcraft, as I mentioned. Anytime you have people that are incredibly influential and have a lot of power, they’re going to attract those that have agendas that certainly are far from Christian."

"That’s why you have rank evil that sometimes appears in the middle of governments, whether it’s caving to a particular issue like – I think of Iran and the Obama administration," said Maginnis, a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. "We know how evil Iran is, with its terrorism, its hatred of Israel, and the like."

"So, people that get wrapped up in that, wrapped up in their own heady power, are often influenced," he said.  "And when you look at Washington, you have Dupont Circle, infamous for being the center of homosexuality in Washington. You have all sorts of activities down there that are pretty souring."

Maginnis, the former chief of the U.S. Army Infantry School's leadership and ethics training branch, further said, “You have a lot of witchcraft. You have a lot of hedonism. You have all the issues. When I think of Sodom and Gomorrah I often think of Washington, D.C. in the same thought."

"And it’s unfortunate because sometimes we have some very good people come to Washington, well-intended to do the right sorts of things and yet these people end up coerced because of the nature of politics and surrender their well-intended ideas to something that is far worse," said Maginnis. "I’m not surprised and I think it will continue."

"Unfortunately, even people such as President Trump, he needs your prayers, he needs to be uplifted because the temptations are great," said the lieutenant colonel.

During a homosexual pride event at  Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C.  

 


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Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman