Dem Candidate Pushed Satan Clubs on Primary School Students

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A man who promoted Satan clubs for primary schools is running for a seat in the Virginia House of Delegates.

Jeremy Rodden is a Democrat who does more than just dabble in Satanology. He’s actually written “demonic” children’s books and he once backed a satanic club for children at B.M. Williams Primary School.

Last year Rodden posted a flier to his campaign Facebook page that said, “Hey kids! Let’s have fun at After School Satan Club!”

It’s horrifying, but in many public schools administrators have welcomed Satan while giving God the heave-ho, as I wrote in my new book, “Twilight’s Last Gleaming: Can America Be Saved?” Click here to read my book.

Folks around Chesapeake were horrified by the invitation.

“I’m no preacher or pastor, but I stand for God, and I can’t and won’t tolerate a city government/school board that takes it upon themselves to put a club in school to ‘have fun with Satan’ for little primary school children,” Stan Epps Jr. told CBN News. “I will not be scared to stand up for the safety of our future generations and I will not be quiet because it may ‘offend’ people. I’m appalled.”

As for the books, The Daily Wire reports that the Democrat candidate has a creepy fixation with introducing children to the underworld.

They reported that among the books he has authored or contributed to includeDemonic Carnival: First Ticket’s Free, “Demonic Household,” “UnCommon Evil: A Collection of Nightmares, Demonic Creatures, and UnImaginable Horrors,” and “Demonic Wildlife.”

Mr. Rodden is not some sort of gadfly. He’s got the backing of the Virginia Democrat Party, along with Planned Parenthood and former Attorney General Eric Holder. Or as they say in the demonic realm — he’s got a legion of supporters.

The only saving grace is that Virginia’s 90th district is rock-solid conservative. Not too many demonic Democrats in the district. To put it bluntly, Mr. Rodden’s campaign doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in you-know-where.

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