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Satan’s Minions Never Sleep

News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee:

 

INTERNET—Sources confirmed Friday morning that Satan’s armies are still heavily focused on infiltrating and maintaining control of website comments sections across the internet, a tactical onslaught they’ve been focused on for the better part of the past decade.

“Comments sections are one of the primary recruiting tools Satan’s forces use to influence people toward darkness,” demonology expert Donald Velasco noted. “This is why most healthy people cannot wade too deeply into any comments section on the internet without being overwhelmed by the presence of sheer evil, as they are bombarded with words and opinions more hateful, vile, and barbaric than any mere human could concoct.”

“During my research, I got too far down in some YouTube comments and ended up having to wash my eyeballs with paint thinner,” he added.

Go here to read the rest.  Careful in the comboxes on this post.

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Donald R. McClarey

Cradle Catholic. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973. Father of three and happily married for 35 years. Small town lawyer and amateur historian. Former president of the board of directors of the local crisis pregnancy center for a decade.

3 Comments

  1. The comments on YouTube can get pretty profane, plenty of F carpet-bombing. One would wonder if profanity is most of some posters working vocabulary.

  2. A lovely young, very-recent ex-infantry soldier came with us to bass camp. It took a day to get used the f-bombs. He earned the right. Lisping, limp-wristed girls haven’t.

    “Satan’s minions” means liberals and democrats. Right?

    To me, comments are generally more edifying than the posts. Granted, that is extremely low-level edification.

    More edifying than the typical Dem/intellectual/lib post or comments is replaying the video I made of my dog eating his vomit. That goes double for CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times, Washington Post.

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