Chelsea Clinton denies ties to Satanism

January 4, 2018 11:30 pm
Former President (R) stands on stage with his wife Hillary Rodham Clinton (L), Secretary of State, and their daughter at the Sheraton New York Hotel on September 22, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Getty Images)
Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former US President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary, has denied her ties to Satanism, after congratulating a satanic organization on the New Year.
“Oh goodness gracious. We can be civil, cheerful, respectful to & friends with people who don’t share our religious beliefs. Sometimes, we even marry them. I’m a Methodist & my husband is Jewish,” she tweeted Wednesday, in an attempt to quash the rumors following her bizarre conversation with the so-called Church of Satan a day earlier.
The unexpected exchange started when Clinton and actor Christine Teigen were in the middle of a discussion about a seemingly fake twitter account that posted foul tweets on behalf of the famous restaurant chain Hooters.
“In 2017, Church of Satan & I were put on a few threads together. In 2018, it’s…@Hooters. What a time to be alive Chrissy!” Clinton wrote.
The Satanist organization,  which claims it has “defined Satanism,” picked up the tweet and responded by saying, “The never ending excitement here is never ending.”
“It’s been so long! Happy New Year!” Clinton said in a new tweet addressed to the Church of Satan. The organization responded in kind, wishing the former first daughter “a great 2018!”
The exchange set the social media on fire, prompting Chelsea to issue a statement and defend her move.
Last year, amid debates over confederate statues in the US, Canadian author Mark Steyn blasted Chelsea Clinton for comparing keeping statues erected of Confederates and slaveowners to a Christian church featuring a Lucifer statue.
“If the Confederacy is Satanic, the Church of Satan is the Democratic Party,” Steyn fired back.
Allegations about the Clinton family’s ties to Satanism have been around for some time now.
President Donald Trump’s supporters made similar claims against Hillary Clinton during the buildup to the 2016 presidential face-off between the two candidates.
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