Says powerful elites drink children’s blood during Satanic rituals
A pastor closely linked to President Donald Trump has issued a devastating statement exposing horrific crimes of America’s “elite.”
Rodney Howard-Browne, who’s perhaps best known for hosting the “laying of hands” prayer on President Donald Trump in the Oval Office, has blown the whistle on Hollywood and Washington D.C.’s most powerful figures.
According to Howard-Browne, so-called “elites” at “the highest-level” are Satanic pedophiles who engage in human sacrifice rituals and drink the blood of children.
Speaking in a statement, Rodney Howard-Browne said:
“These people are full of the devil.
“These people can’t even be reasoned with.
“They have already given their soul to the devil.
“Are you with me?
“These people go through seances, these people drink blood, these people sacrifice children.”
In a video posted online, Howard-Browne added:
“They sacrifice children at the highest levels in Hollywood.
“They drink blood of young kids.
“This is a fact.
“That’s why the next thing to be exposed will be all the pedophilia that is going to come out of Hollywood and come out of Washington, D.C.
“The human sacrifice and the cannibalism has been going on for years.”
Huffington Post reports: When someone told Howard-Browne that “they don’t do that,” he insisted that “it’s worse than what you think.”
Howard-Browne then described the supposed satanic rituals that go on in Hollywood.
“Many of the Hollywood actors that you go see on a screen, what you don’t know, they bring a witch, they do a big seance right there on the set and they worship devils and they allow devils to come into them before they take the part of what they’re going to act,” he said.
“It’s a fact, what I am telling you.”
The South Africa-born pastor and his wife, Adonica Howard-Browne, are founders of the Tampa-based Revival Ministries and its River church.
Howard-Browne is also known for “Holy Laughter” ― when he touches his faithful, they collapse into laughter ― as well as his on-stage antics.