OAN host: ‘Witchcraft and the occult’ play a role in rising crime

During a segment on OAN this Monday, host Kara McKinney and a guest gave their thoughts on crime in a America, suggesting that it’s a result of declining Christianity and masculinity, or something.

“It’s sad that as we see Christianity receding, the pews getting more and more empty as the years go by, the society gets anti-Christian in one aspect and then it starts to attack the church, you know, with hatred and vitriol, but also in the same way we see paganism making a return,” McKinney said.

According to McKinney, witchcraft has infiltrated the left and they’re “forcing it on people.”

“Both, you know, on the fringes of the left and the right. Especially on the left with a lot of occult imagery. Me and one of my producers off camera always talk about Barnes & Noble, you can’t go into a Barnes & Noble these days without witchcraft and occult imagery everywhere,” she declared. “And it’s really being forced on people right now. This kind of pagan idea of, you know, the strong dominate the weak.”

Her guest, right-wing podcaster Timothy Gordon, agreed.

“Only Christian masculinism can save Western civilization.” Because “the original sin between Adam and Eve in the garden is the sin of feminism,” Gordon said.

Watch the video below, via Media Matters:

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