“Abortion is really nothing new. Child sacrifice is a very satanic practice, and that is precisely what abortion is. And we have to see it as such,” said Karamo, professor from community college, in an October 2020 episode of his podcast.
She also called abortion “the greatest crime in the history of our nation.”
In another episode of the podcast, in September 2020, she stated that “demonic possession is real” and can be passed on by “having intimate relationships with people who are demonically possessed or oppressed.”
Karamo’s embrace of conspiracy theories — including Trump’s lies about the 2020 election and false claims that left-wing anarchists were behind the Jan. 6, 2021, uprising — earned him the endorsement of the former president last year.
She calls herself a “proud Christian patriot” running for Michigan secretary of state for “fighting to have elections decided by legal votes.”
CNN’s KFILE previously reported on other disturbing comments made by Karamo in the past, including attacks on the LGBTQ community and premarital sex. She called herself an “anti-vaxxer” even before the COVID-19 pandemic and once claimed that transgender women trying to play women’s sports amounted to “mentally ill adults playing dress-up.”
Michigan does not hold primary elections for a number of down races, including Secretary of State. Instead, parties endorse and nominate candidates for general elections at party conventions. Karamo will face incumbent Democrat Jocelyn Benson in the November election.
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