Christian pastor claims that public schools are ‘hiring actual witches at an alarming rate’

During an appearance on conspiracy theorist’s Kandiss Taylor’s show, Tennessee far-right pastor Greg Locke said that actual  witches walk among us — they just don’t ride on broomsticks or have long pointy noses.

“First of all, you have to boldly acknowledge their existence,” Locke said. “You gotta get away from this long, pointy nose, green face, Wizard of Oz riding around on a broom idea. Witches are reality.”

According to Locke, “our public school system is hiring full-blown, well-known witches at an alarming rate,” and there are “thousands of people in these witches’ covens.”

“Witched dress up like Christians and comes to churches all the time,” he said, later adding that he has to make a “standing announcement” before church services that no witches are allowed to lay hands on him and pray.

Last year, a video clip went viral showing Locke threaten to expose unnamed members of his church as witches while giving a sermon.

“We got first and last names of six witches that are in our church. And you know what’s strange? Three of you are in this room right now,” Locke said. “You better look in my eyeballs, we’re not afraid of you stinking witch, you devil worshipping Satanist witch.”

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Sky Palma

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