Linda Harvey Warns Christians That Halloween Is A ‘Depraved’ Gay Holiday Meant To ‘Corrupt Children’

Ohio-based anti-LGBTQ activist Linda Harvey is warning Christians that “LGBT” advocates are hard at work preparing to use Halloween as a tool to “corrupt children.”

Harvey, who earlier this year called for a McDonald’s boycott because a few of their restaurants were serving fries in rainbow-themed packaging in honor of LGBT Pride Month, wrote a laugh-inducing op-ed for World Net Daily exposing the secret gay agenda to use Halloween as a recruiting tool.

You’ve probably noticed that a cultural revolution is in full swing, engineered largely by promiscuity promoters and “LGBT” advocates. It’s based on deception, depravity, subterfuge, endless dirty tricks and no treats. So is it any wonder Halloween is their favorite, special holiday? It’s one more reason this event is something for concerned families to avoid.

America’s recent exaltation of Halloween as a festival second only to Christmas owes a lot to promotion by homosexuals and their new favorite comrades – gender-confused males and females.

And as usual, the “LGBTQ” folks have no problem using any tool, Halloween included, to corrupt children. Last fall, a homosexual website featured an article about a 9-year-old boy dressed as a “drag queen” – a transvestite – with the help of his “gay” uncle.

Even we conservative Christians can’t make this stuff up. These people are truly out of their minds.

I am not a curmudgeon. I appreciate a good party like anyone else, and when I was a little girl in my pre-Christian youth, I loved Halloween. But I recall an eerie sense even then that Halloween was unusually captivating, and not in a good way. When I was 14, I had my own bizarre encounter with the enemy spirit world by experimenting with a Ouija board. Since my parents were Episcopalians, I received no warnings of spiritual danger because at that time, they lacked a mature, informed level of faith.

But when my friend and I asked the “board” questions, some unseen force pushed the pointer around. At times, our fingers were hanging on for dear life as it flew around the board, often spelling out messages. I had little biblical background to understand what this presence surely was. Now, I can only thank God for mercifully protecting me from being drawn more deeply into this spooky and alluring world where the unseen has real, tangible power.

You’ve been warned!