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“Beyoncé is not African American, she is Italian and worships Satan”

A US congressional candidate insists that Beyoncé is a Satanist linked to Soros under a false identity. The lunar release by the American politician did not go unnoticed on Twitter. “Beyoncé is not even African American. She is faking this for exposure. Her real name is Ann Marie Lastrassi. She is Italian,” KW Miller says.

On Sunday, July 5, an untagged U.S. Congressman in the 18th district of Florida, KW Miller, embarked on a long, very conspiratorial rant against singer Beyoncé. Beyoncé has recently released a politically committed song in reference to the Black Lives Matter movement.

“Beyoncé is not even African American. She is faking this for exposure. Her real name is Ann Marie Lastrassi. She is Italian. This is all part of the Soros Deep State agenda for the Black Lives Matter movement. BEYONCÉ YOU ARE ON NOTICE!.”

But it didn’t stop there. He then claims that the singer’s latest title, “Formation”, is actually just a coded message for globalists. According to him, the song in itself constitutes proof that Beyoncé was “demonic and that she worshiped in Satanist churches in Alabama and Louisiana”. “She keeps satanist symbols in her bag,” he also says.

In the same title, the singer declares that she could become “a future black Bill Gates”, denounces KW Miller, the U.S. politician. “So in 2020, we’re watching the Black Lives Matter movement terrorize the country while Bill Gates is promoting a vaccine against COVID,” he warns.

He attacks another singer

KW Miller continues his rant on Patti LaBelle, another African-American singer, better known in the 1980s. Sharing four photos of the artist, including three, where she appears alongside Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, he ensures that she is an “Illuminati globalist puppet” and wonders if she worships Lucifer.

He then returns to his theory of the deep state, suggesting that Patti LaBelle has a “secret plan” to reinstall Barack Obama as President of the United States. “Black artists should encourage the black community rather than try to tell their brothers and sisters that they are victims,” he concludes.

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