Jim Caviezel Pushed A False QAnon Conspiracy Theory

April 18, 2021 / Posted by:

Well, it looks like Margarine Turner Gangrene, or whatever the hell her name is, can count on some STAH POWER backing her up in her next campaign. Because Jim Caviezel, who is best known as Mel Gibson’s Jesus in Passion of the Christ and for Person Of Interest, has come out as a believer of QAnon. Jim popped up at some far-right COVID-denying conference on Friday night and mouth-sharted out a false conspiracy theory about how the elite are harvesting the adrenaline of children to stop or reverse the effects of aging. Um, someone should let those QAnoners know that’s not how Botox is made.

Jim has always been known as a hardcore Catholic, and now he’s also known as a hardcore lunatic. Along with the My Pillow Guy and anti-vaxxer Andrew Wakefield, Jim made an appearance at the Health & Freedom conference, which was held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and ended with a mask-burning event. Jim didn’t show up in person, and instead, appeared via video call from either a screening room or the sold-as-is section of a La-Z-Boy showroom. Jim video called in to whore out his new movie where he plays Tim Ballard, the head of an anti-sex trafficking rescue group that has been accused of lying about some of their rescues and is under investigation by prosecutors in Utah.

Tim Ballard was supposed to make an appearance too but Jim said that “he’s down there saving children as we speak.” Jim talked a little about the horrors of child trafficking, but then took a sharp, crazy turn down PizzaGate Lane by mentioning “adrenochrome,” which you know all about if you’ve watched South ParQ’s Vaccination Special. It’s a centuries-old anti-Semitic myth that QAnon believers have picked up. Adrenochrome is a chemical compound, and QAnon believes that the super rich of the world are taking it to achieve immortality and that they get it by torturing children. So basically, Monsters, Inc. is a documentary to QAnon-ers.

After Jim brought up adrenochrome, he was asked to explain what it is. Jim briefly did and then continued to bring the crazy by claiming his new movie is Oscar-worthy:

“Essentially, you have adrenaline in your body. I’ll just simplify it. And when you are scared, you produce adrenaline. If you’re an athlete, you get in the fourth quarter, you have adrenaline that comes out of you. If a child knows he’s going to die, his body will secrete this adrenaline. And they have a lot of terms that they use that [Tim Ballard] takes me through, but it’s the worst horror I’ve ever seen. The screaming alone, even if I never, ever, ever saw it, it’s beyond. And these people that do it, there will be no mercy for them. This is one of the best films I’ve ever done in my life. The film is on the level of Academy Award level.”

Here are the videos of that mess:

Jim Caviezel was struck by lightning (I know, that explains this) while getting paid to play Jesus in a movie directed by Mel Gibson, and I figured that would be the craziest thing to ever come from him, but I thought wrong!

Pic: Wenn.com

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