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Actor Jim Caviezel goes on unhinged rant claiming liberal elites drink infant blood

Actor Jim Caviezel goes on unhinged rant claiming liberal elites drink infant blood

The American actor spoke of the QAnon theory of adrenochroming as he compared former President Donald Trump to a bible character

Jim Caviezel has gone on an absolutely unhinged rant supporting the conspiracy claim liberal elites drink the blood of infants.

The actor pushed the QAnon theory on conservative podcast ‘Real America’s Voice’.

Caviezel calls former president Donald Trump ‘pretty great', as he is against abortion and has previously endorsed QAnon ideas.

The 54-year-old features in upcoming movie Sound of Freedom.

It tells the story of an ex-government agent who attempts to rescue children from sex traffickers. And apparently, the movie suggests global elites are involved in a huge sex-traffic conspiracy.

Caviezel plays Tim Ballard, with the real life former Department of Homeland Security undercover operator being the founder of Operation Underground Railroad – an anti-human trafficking nonprofit.

Sound of Freedom is reportedly set to be screened at the former president’s Bedminster golf club on 19 July.

On the podcast, the actor discussed the theory claiming liberal elites drink infant blood to obtain their adrenochrome.

In a rant filled with biblical references, Caviezel says: “It's always been this way since Pharaoh and then to Herod and now but more than ever and enslaving them and doing many, many things including organ harvesting and adrenochroming.

“And I will say that until I'm, you know, I'm dead. It’s true and there will be a lot of things that are going to come out.”

Adrenochroming is a pretty core QAnon belief and has anti-Semitic origins.

The actor previously explained it at a conference: “Essentially, you have adrenaline in your body. And when you are scared, you produce adrenaline.

"If a child knows he’s going to die, his body will secrete this adrenaline.”

And the theory basically alleges that people harvest this blood to extract the adrenaline, with the actor calling it the ‘worst horror’.

Jim Caviezel has previously been vocal about QAnon theories.
Real America's Voice

During the podcast, Caviezel also compared Trump to the biblical figure David.

He said: “I believe Donald Trump was selected by God Almighty, and I'm talking about the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit God.”

The actor, who previously featured in the likes of Pay It Forward, Angel Eyes and of course, as Jesus in 2004’sThe Passion of the Christ, wanted to share a message for Trump ahead of the screening of Sound of Freedom.

“I also want to say to Donald Trump, then when you watch this movie, you will be at peace and at rest because you, more than anyone, have done incredible things Jesus talks about, that you know faith without works is dead.”

With accusations flying around of Sound of Freedom appealing to QAnon, Angel Studio’s chief executive Neal Harmon told The New York Times: “Anybody who watches this film knows that this film is not about conspiracy theories, it’s not about politics.”

Featured Image Credit: Real America's Voice

Topics: Film and TV, Politics, Conspiracy Theories, Celebrity