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‘Passion of the Christ’ Star Jim Caviezel Pushes Adrenochrome Conspiracy

‘Passion of the Christ’ Star
Pushes Adrenochrome Conspiracy …
At Right-Wing Convention

4/17/2021 1:01 PM PT

The guy who played Jesus in ‘Passion of the Christ’ is leaning into a QAnon conspiracy theory … which believes children are being blood-drained for a chemical in their body.

Jim Caviezel made a guest appearance Friday at a right-wing convention called Clay Clark’s Health and Freedom Conference near Tulsa, OK … where organizers griped about COVID restrictions and what they consider to the government’s overreach in applying said rules.

Actor Jim Caviezel appeared at a right-wing COVID conspiracy theorist conference yesterday and promoted the QAnon blood-harvesting conspiracy theory (https://t.co/9RgU0ORDVI) about “the adrenochroming of children.” (clip 1/2) pic.twitter.com/JZWxpFbjFY

— Eric Hananoki (@ehananoki) April 17, 2021

For some reason, they beamed Caviezel in through a screen … this while addressing the issue of child trafficking (a real thing that deserves serious discussion), but which dove completely into sketchy QAnon territory once Jim started talking adrenochrome.

Jim — who was plugging a new movie he’s in about child trafficking — started out fine, but then said this about author Tim Ballard, whom he portrays in the flick … “He’s down there saving children as we speak, because they’re pulling kids out of the darkest recesses of hell right now, in dumps and all kinds of places. The adrenochrome-ing of children, look …”

Jim Caviezel further pushes the “adrenochrome” conspiracy theory (https://t.co/E3q2Fe2H25): (clip 2/2) pic.twitter.com/xAqNcyJOcz

— Eric Hananoki (@ehananoki) April 17, 2021

He moved on from that point, but an MC asked him to circle back on it and explain further. Jim gave a very bare-bones description of what adrenochrome is and what he’s heard (but says he hasn’t seen) people do to get it … namely allegedly gutting kids alive to yank it out.

Not to go too far down the rabbit hole … but this is a cornerstone of QAnon dogma, a false one at that. They believe the world is run by an evil cabal of devil-worshipping cannibals — including some of the most powerful people in the world — who go around and do this.

Best clip from the recent South Park QAnon episode. pic.twitter.com/owjWvsiTDR

— Chris Stephens (@tercet86) March 13, 2021

The idea — according to these QAnon believers — is that the adrenochrome halts and/or reverses the aging process, and that it’s plentiful and most fruitful in children. Yes, it 1000% is bat-s*** crazy — evidenced in that fact it was lampooned in a recent “South Park” episode.

Pair that with the fact that Jewish people throughout history have been falsely accused of partaking in this practice — and subsequently persecuted for it since the Middle Ages — and a lot of people aren’t all too surprised the adrenochrome BS is being embraced by Caviezel.

Of course, he was Mel Gibson‘s lead man for ‘POTC’ — which was widely considered anti-Semitic in its portrayal of Jews. In light of this, some say the acorn hasn’t fallen far from the tree in that regard.