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WATCH: Witzke Claims Satan Attacked Tru News Hosts For Hosting ‘Ex-Gay’ Milo Yiannopoulos

Lauren Witzke says that everyone at Tru News became seriously ill recently, and she knows who to blame. It’s not people who have lied about COVID-19 and the vaccine, or people who’ve refused to follow precautions to protect against spreading the disease. No, it’s Satan, who is apparently getting his revenge.

[Photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images]

As recently reported, Rick Wiles, TruNews‘ own anti-vax pastor, fell ill with COVID-19 recently, suffering a particularly bad bout and even being hospitalized before recovering. The rest of the TruNews staff, it seems, also suffered badly with the virus.

According to Witzke, this is because the network hosted Milo Yiannopoulos, who discussed his struggle to become ex-gay, and claimed that dogs used to bark at him, but have stopped since he quit engaging in same-sex relations. She feels that she and her co-workers have been battling “demonic attacks” and that it’s because they “had the spine” to bring on Milo, who she says was “satan’s favorite sodomite,” that evil spirits responded by attacking.

Bear in mind that TruNews has gone so far in spreading hate and extremism that the Anti-Defamation League has reported on their “consistently antisemitic, anti-Zionist, anti-LGBTQ+ and Islamophobic rhetoric,” and the site has been banned from Facebook.

As for Witzke and her colleagues catching COVID-19, here’s one of her Telegram posts from March.

[Screenshot via Lauren Witzke/Telegram]

Note that she’s extremely anti-vaccine, to such an extent that she’ll even criticize Donald Trump over the vaccination program, and declares herself a “younger, healthy person” who doesn’t need to take this precaution, or even the precaution of avoiding handshakes.

“Call me an antivaxxer or whatever, but I shook at least 15,000 hands last year and never got sick. As a younger, healthy person, I will not be getting the vaccine.”

Studies have found COVID-19 to be communicable through contact with an infected individual. No studies or tests have found demons to be directly involved in any COVID-19 cases so far.



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