Biden’s New Monkeypox Czar Is a Self-Confessed Satanist

Joe Biden’s new Monkeypox Response Coordinator, Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, horrified Americans earlier this week after depraved photos from his past surfaced following his first White House press conference.

However, an investigation by The National Pulse into Daskalakis’ social media accounts has turned up an even darker history revealing that Biden’s new appointee is a self-confessed Satanist. reports: Biden announced Daskalakis’ new position back on August 2, noting his expertise in HIV and “on health issues affecting the LGBTQIA+ communities,” and saying his knowledge will help “mitigate the spread of the [monkeypox] virus.”

According to social media posts uncovered by The National Pulse, Daskalakis and his husband Michael Macneal co-own a cycling gym called The Monster Cycle in New York City housed in an old church and known for its bizarre goth symbolism.

From the National Pulse:

Daskalakis’s social media presence is disturbing, to say the least. Alongside his partner Michael MacNeal, the pair launched a “goth” gym in New York, which originally ran out of the high-profile Equinox gym chain, before spinning off into its own brand based in a former gay nightclub that in turn had taken over an old church in Manhattan: Monster Cycle.

One Monster Cycle post from October 2018 shows the number “666” – the “number of the beast” – on fire, with the Pulse commenting their social media is “replete with Satanic imagery.”

Another post for the gym in 2018 promoted an online special advertising “6 rides for $66.66,” with an attached photo reading, “Satan is waitin’.”

The occult-themed fitness studio even caught the attention of The New York Times, which downplayed the satanic aesthetic in a glowing 2014 article on the gym titled, “Health Goth: When Darkness and Gym Rats Meet.”

“Walk toward the graffiti wall, turn left at the 11-foot pentagram, pass the polished gimp suit (watch your head, there is a leather-harnessed bicycle suspended from the ceiling) and descend the steps into the basement,” the Times wrote.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.