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Newsmax Bans Ex-Fox News Reporter After She Claims 'Global Cabal' Drinks The 'Blood Of Children'

Lara Logan also claimed open borders are 'Satan's way of taking control of the world.'

former Newsmax personality Lara Logan

Newsmax announced it had banned right-wing commentator Lara Logan from further appearances on its network after she used an interview with Newsmax host Eric Bolling to rant about a “global cabal” planning to “dilute the pool of patriots” in the United States with “100 million illegal immigrants.”

Logan claimed this "cabal"—which she says was infiltrated by a mysterious man at the United Nations (UN)—even drinks "the blood of children," invoking blood libel conspiracies, an antisemitic canard which falsely accuses Jews of murdering Christian boys in order to use their blood in the performance of religious rituals.

Shortly after footage of Logan's remarks went viral, Newsmax announced it "condemns in the strongest terms the reprehensible statements" made by Logan, who they said the network has "no plans" to interview again.

You can hear Logan's remarks in the video below.

Logan started out by accusing the Biden administration of weaponzing immigration to impact the demographic makeup of the United States—standard White nationalist rhetoric called the Great Replacement Theory.

Logan went a step further to claim the administration was inciting violence, trying to provoke a "Reichstag fire"—an event which proved pivotal in the establishment of Nazi Germany.

The one-time journalist turned conspiracy theorist said:

“It’s really interesting because we live in a moment where you can see all over the place that this administration is desperate to incite some kind of event."
"Incite people to act that will prove the lie of White terrorism and White supremacy in America today and give them an excuse to crack down."
"They need a Reichstag fire.”
“Meanwhile, these people are coming in freeloading, so you divide the population, and then you conquer them."
“Then you get them to agree, get your side to agree, to give these people voting rights. Then you never, ever, see a conservative holding office again.”

After Bolling concurred with her statements, Logan said a man she'd spoken to had uncovered evidence of an evil "global cabal" at the UN that wants to "dilute the pool of patriots"—another direct reference to the "Great Replacement" conspiracy theory.

“And you’re 100 percent right, Eric, but you know what? It’s even bigger than that. Because I spoke to a man who was actually holding the documents in his hand. He told me about it, right?"
"He said he infiltrated the global cabal at the U.N. level, right?"
"And one of the things that he was able to tell me about, from his own personal experience, what he witnessed himself was these documents that showed the time there is a plan, and this was several years ago.”
"The plan was to infiltrate 100 million illegal immigrants, and at that point, there were already 40 million, and these people would dilute what they called the pool of patriots. Their words, right?"
"And they would not be taught that America is a great country and trained to sing the national anthem with pride, and so on and so on. They would be taught all the negative things that we’re told about the U.S. today that our own children are taught.”

After ranting about "the end times"—declaring "the open border is Satan's way of taking control of the world through all of these people who are stooges and his servants"—Logan insisted children are being murdered by her nonexistent cabal.

"You know [Yuval] Harari and all the rest of them at the World Economic Forum?"
"You know, the ones who want us eating insects, cockroaches and that, while they dine on the blood of children?"
"Those are the people, right? They’re not gonna win!”

Logan's remarks about immigrants indicated she subscribes to the "Great Replacement" conspiracy theory, which asserts White European populations and their descendants are being demographically and culturally replaced with non-European peoples.

Her claims about a Satan-worshipping global cabal are also right out of the QAnon, whose believers allege Democrats are part of a Satan-worshipping, baby-eating global pedophile ring that conspired against former Republican President Donald Trump during his time in office.

Logan's remarks have been harshly condemned.

Logan was once an award-winning journalist and the Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for CBS News.

Her tenure at CBS was marred by controversy after it emerged a story she wrote about the 2012 Benghazi attack was riddled with factual errors. The story was retracted and she later took a leave of absence from the network.

After leaving CBS in 2018, she joined Fox News, where she generated still more controversy after she promoted falsehoods and conspiracy theories about AIDS and COVID-19. She was ultimately "dumped" by Fox after she compared Dr. Anthony Fauci—the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disees (NIAID)—to the Nazi scientist and war criminal Josef Mengele.

At the time, Logan claimed Fauci "does not represent science" to the average person claiming—with no factual basis—people all around the world believe he represents "Dr. Josef Mengele, the Nazi doctor who did experiments on Jews during the Second World War and in the concentration camps."