Chelsea Clinton Denies She Has Ties To Church Of Devil

Chelsea Clinton, who is commonly seen sporting an inverted cross, has denied any ties to Satanism, after she tweeted a message to the Church of Devil on New 12 months.

In an try and quash rumors after her cheerful change with the Satanic group on Tuesday, the daughter of Invoice and Hillary tweeted: “Oh goodness gracious. We will be civil, cheerful, respectful to & buddies with individuals who don’t share our spiritual beliefs. Generally, we even marry them. I’m a Methodist & my husband is Jewish”

The sudden change began when Clinton and actor Christine Teigen have been in the course of a dialogue a few seemingly faux twitter account that posted foul tweets on behalf of the well-known restaurant chain Hooters.

“In 2017, Church of Devil & I have been placed on a couple of threads collectively. In 2018, it’s…@Hooters. What a time to be alive Chrissy!” Clinton wrote.

The Satanist group,  which claims it has “outlined Satanism,” picked up the tweet and responded by saying, “The by no means ending pleasure right here is rarely ending.”

“It’s been so lengthy! Blissful New 12 months!” Clinton mentioned in a brand new tweet addressed to the Church of Devil. The group responded in sort, wishing the previous first daughter “a terrific 2018!”

The change set the social media on fireplace, prompting Chelsea to concern an announcement and defend her transfer.

Final 12 months, amid debates over accomplice statues within the US, Canadian writer Mark Steyn blasted Chelsea Clinton for evaluating maintaining statues erected of Confederates and slaveowners to a Christian church that includes a Lucifer statue.

“If the Confederacy is Satanic, the Church of Devil is the Democratic Get together,” Steyn fired again.

Allegations in regards to the Clinton household’s ties to Satanism have been round for a while now.