Biden’s Monkeypox Coordinator Accused of Satanism After Exposing Pentagram Tattoo

Joe Biden appears to have appointed a fully-fledged Satanist as the deputy national coordinator for the monkeypox response.

Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, who is married to a man, currently “serves as Director of the Division of HIV Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control,” according to the White House and is the deputy national coordinator for the monkeypox response. The disease primarily affects homosexual men.

Photos posted by Benny Johnson reveal Daskalaskis wearing leather straps with a pentagram, a hat with a pentagram, and standing above a floor with a pentagram on it, a symbol of Satanism.

Daskalakis also has a tattoo of a pentagram on his body that reads, “I have learned there is light even in the darkest places.” Additionally, he has ink on his body that depicts an animal’s corpse, a serpent, a head with three eyes, and what might be a representation of Jesus Christ or a Saint.

It’s not the only time Daskalakis and MacNeal mention Christ in their social media posts. A lit crucifix of Jesus Christ is seen lying on a pentagram on the table in a sequence of photographs from 2012 that seem to show a seance or Ouija board ritual.

Daskalakis and his “husband’ are also involved with a fitness center called “Monster Cycle + Studio.”

A 2014 article in the New York Post described how it is different than most health clubs. The New York Post reported that “graffiti, illustrations of ghosts and #hellyeah” signs [hang] throughout.”

“In the lounge area, a black spin-bike hangs from the ceiling, draped in leather fetish gear. In the yoga studio, a massive, 11-foot-tall light-up pentagram by artist Desi Santiago leans against the wall, adding a unique ambience to the Sunday candle-lit yoga classes,” the publication reported. “A juice bar, serving up kale concoctions, is decorated with dozens of Mexican Day of the Dead skull masks.”

One of the owners said she does not “worship the devil” but just tries to draw “that energy” for this endeavor.

“We don’t worship the devil, we’re not Satan followers,” a female co-owner told the New York Post. “We’re just sort of taking that energy and making it more positive.”

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