Trump-backed Michigan Secretary of State nominee says abortion is a ‘child sacrifice’

“Abortion is really nothing new. Child sacrifice is a very diabolical practice, and that’s exactly what abortion is. And we need to look at it that way,” Karamo, a community college professor, said in a statement. The October 2020 episode of her podcast “It’s Solid Food,” Which was reviewed by CNN’s Kfile.

“When people in other cultures, when they engage in child sacrifice, they don’t sacrifice the child for bloodshed,” Karamo said later in the episode. “They sacrificed the child because they were hoping to get prosperity and that’s why people are having abortions now. ‘Because I’m not ready. I don’t want a child. I don’t think so. I don’t think so.’ I have time. I want to earn more money. I want my freedom.’ That’s why you are sacrificing that child, hoping to get something out of his death, which is your freedom, your happiness, your prosperity.”

In another comment, Karamo called abortion “the greatest crime in the history of our country”.

Karamo, a devout Orthodox Christian who has served on the board of Michigan’s Right to Life organization and on the board of a Anti-Abortion Pregnancy Crisis Center affiliated in Detroit, reiterated that belief in another episode. July 2020In which she said that humans who have sacrificed other human beings, including their own children, “for thousands of years, just packaged differently.”

,[People] Were making sacrifices to these gods, who were actually demons,” she said.

Karamo said in a later episode of his podcast, reviewed by CNN’s Kfile, that demonic authority is real and can be transmitted through “intimate relationships.”

“If a person has demonic possession – I know it sounds really crazy to me that to some people, what the heck?!” Karamo said in September 2020, “But having close relationships with people who are demonically possessed or oppressed – I firmly believe that a person opens himself up to possession. Demonic possession is real.”

Karamo has repeatedly told his followers that left-leaning elites are trying to advance their own values, including pro-abortion views on America. In a video posted to his website in 2018, which was accessed and reviewed by CNN’s Kfile, Karamo suggested a conspiracy in which left-leaning political operatives now have business ties with Netflix – including prominent philanthropists and Democratic Donors include George Soros, former national security adviser. Susan Rice and former President Barack Obama – were taking to the streaming service to push pro-abortion content.

“Is abortion funny to you? I’d argue it’s nothing funny about abortion, but apparently Netflix found it perfect for Michelle Wolf’s show or season to air,” Caramo said of the comedian’s short-lived Said while describing the Netflix show. Aired in 2018 in which Wolf addressed having a miscarriage.

“Why is Netflix putting out a series like this?” he said. “All these people working together to create content for you to consume, with these interesting political motives.”

The political newcomer in Michigan politics rose to prominence when he claimed he saw fraud as an electoral challenge during the 2020 election and baselessly claimed that widespread voter fraud occurred in the state, over a failed trial. signed. Karamo’s propaganda of election denial and other conspiracy theories made him finalize his endorsement of Trump. If Michigan’s top pick is elected to office, she will oversee the 2024 presidential election in which Trump is weighing a run.

Caramo’s embrace of conspiracy theories also led to her association with QAnon, a conspiracy theory that holds that Trump is working to take down the shadow of Democratic politicians and elites running a child sex-trafficking ring. and one day soon the Cabal members would face arrest, tribunals and mass executions. last year he spoke Featuring prominent Q influencers at a QAnon convention in Las Vegas.
He previously called for the “citizenship arrest” of Soros and that he “needs to be in prison” and Spread the Clinton Kill List ConspiracyA baseless conspiracy theory that accuses former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has murdered dozens of people.
CNN previously reported some of Karamo’s beliefs and rhetoric, including his attacks against premarital sex and the LGBTQ community, such that it would lead to a “normalization” of pedophilia; her anti-vaxxer comments; And his electoral denial. Karamo often attacks those with whom she disagrees, as instruments of the devil or “satanic”, including the Democratic Party and the LGBTQ community.