The radicalisation of politics in the United States continues apace with Georgia Republican gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor making the news for suggesting that corrupt officials might face death by firing squad if she is elected.
It wasn’t the first outrageous thing the ‘Jesus, Guns, Babies’ candidate has said, after previously also making the somewhat backward argument that Native Americans had sacrificed their lands and lives so that modern Americans could worship Jesus.
So it’s not particularly surprising to discover that a key part of Taylor’s campaign platform is the dismantling of the Georgia Guidestones, a Stonehenge-like granite monument constructed some four decades ago near Elberton, Georgia, that has for many years attracted the attention of conspiracy theorists who believe it contains a message from [insert your evil secret society of choice] about the mass killing of the population of Earth.
In a pinned tweet with a campaign video, she promises to “DEMOLISH the Georgia Guidestones” if elected governor, due to its links to a hypothesised Satanic Regime/Luciferian Cabal:
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