Google Engineer Who Called Marsha Blackburn a Terrorist Reportedly Belongs to Cult Led by Former Porn Star

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The Google engineer who last year described U.S. Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn as a terrorist is part of a cult under the tutelage of a former porn star, according to this week’s Daily Caller.

As The Tennessee Star reported last year, Blake Lemoine, a senior software engineer at Google, has a real beef with Blackburn.

As The Daily Caller reported, Lemoine is a priest at the Church of Our Lady Magdalene.

“The Church of Our Lady Magdalene has since changed its name to the Cult of Our Lady Magdalene, according to their website. Lemoine signed his Medium post with the title, ‘Priest of the Church of Our Lady Magdalene,’” the website reported.

“One of the other leaders of the cult is High Priestess Kitty Stryker, who describes herself as ‘an active member of the genderqueer feminist art collective, the NorCal Degenerates’ and, in messages with the Daily Caller, as an ‘ex-sex worker’ who has performed in several pornographic movies.”

The Degenderettes, The Daily Caller went on to report, are responsible for an art exhibition that included axes, baseball bats covered in barbed wire, and riot shields with the slogan, ‘Die Cis Scum.’”

The website went on to say the cult’s beliefs influenced Lemoine’s calling Blackburn a terrorist.

To that, Lemoine replied with the following:

“I have been a priest for 17 years. I generally consider myself a gnostic Christian. I have at various times associated myself with the Discordian Society, The Church of the Subgenius, the Ordo Templi Orientis, a Wiccan circle here or there and a very long time ago the Roman Catholic Church. My legal ordination is through the Universal Life Church,” Lemoine said.

“I am registered to perform marriages in the state of Louisiana and have done so on two occasions. The Cult of Our Lady Magdalene has a set of values which are clearly communicated on our website.”

As The Star reported, Lemoine called Blackburn a terrorist in an internal email discussion that began on June 19.

The topic of discussion was a Fox News op-ed by Blackburn that urged tech companies to address bias against conservatives. Blackburn, who has been the target of social media censorship, has been a vocal critic of tech giants like Google, Facebook, and Twitter.

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Chris Butler is an investigative journalist at The Tennessee Star. Follow Chris on Facebook. Email tips to chrisbutlerjournalist@gmail.com.
Photo “Blake Lemoine” by Blake Lemoine. Background Photo “Church of Our Lady Magdalene” by Church of Our Lady Magdalene.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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