Fox legal analyst Peter Johnson Jr. said on Wednesday that he doubted that a Pennsylvania woman killed more than 22 people as part of a Satanic cult — but if she did, then it could be because she had an abortion and played video games.
Over the weekend, The Daily Item published an interview with 19-year-old Miranda Barbour in which she claimed to have killed between 22 and 100 people. Barbour is already facing the death penalty for the murder of a 42-year-old man, who she and her husband killed after meeting him on Craigslist.
In his analysis of the case on Wednesday, Fox News’ Johnson pointed out that it was highly unlikely that Barbour’s story was true.
“She lived in the North Pole — that’s right, North Pole, Alaska — up until the time she was 5,” he remarked. “They don’t have that many missing people in North Pole, Alaska. The officials in the county in Pennsylvania are saying we haven’t substantiated anything as of yet. And the fellow that runs the Satanic cults across the United States says she’s not a registered member of this. Maybe she’s part of some underground cult.”
But Johnson said that there were reasons that authorities should seriously investigate Barbour’s claims.
“We do know that she has an affinity for the fantasy game called ‘Dark Soul,’ which is a very dark, death-laden video game on PlayStation and other kinds of video type things where there’s a lot of killing involved,” he explained. “We do know that she says that she was abused as a child.”
“She did say that she had an abortion as result of an unwanted pregnancy,” Johnson added. “Her mother denies that fact.”
“I would suggest that as a matter of logic and as a matter of past history that we’ve got to look at this with a grain of salt,” he concluded.
Watch the video below from Fox News’ Fox & Friends, broadcast Feb. 19, 2014.
Carmel Valley Trump supporter’s racist rant at Asian family: ‘Trump is gonna (expletive) you… you (expletive) need to leave’
Another horrific racist incident at the hands of a supporter of President Donald Trump has unleashed an expletive-laced tirade on an Asian family.
"Trump is gonna f*ck you!" the man yells. "You f*ckers need to leave! You f*cking Asian piece of sh*t!"
The man appeared to be sitting at a table alone at the restaurant.
"Get out!" a server steps in telling the man he must leave.
"I already put my--" the man says putting on his jacket.
"No! You do not talk to our guests like that!" she shouts.
"These f*ckers --" the man tries to cut in to say.
"These are valued guests!" the server screams back.
‘Do your damn job — or get the hell out!’ Chris Cuomo’s epic rant on Trump and Pence’s failed COVID-19 response
CNN's Chris Cuomo closed his Monday evening show with an epic commentary where he demanded President Donald Trump do his job or leave.
He begged Americans not to go numb to the graphs, maps, and death toll numbers that are soaring.
"People are frustrated and tired of it," Cuomo explained. "The president is banking on that. That's his strategy. You get bored and disinterested. You'll even ignore the pain and commitment from the people he called heroes. The ones who choose to walk day after day into hospitals that are all too often out of control. To be there with those who are afraid who often die alone and care for the suffering. They can see with their own eyes what he is telling you is B.S."
Maddow reveals pleas from doctors: ‘We’re fighting two wars — one is coronavirus and the other is stupidity’
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow revealed the dire situation that many states are now facing as cases of the coronavirus increase in the southern part of the United States from Florida to Arizona.
In a video of a San Antonio, Texas hospital, doctors explained that they have just three machines and ten patients who need them.
"How do you make those decisions?" the doctor asked.
One Houston doctor was captured suggesting, "if you want to live to see August 1, you should stay indoors and isolate on July 4th."
Then there are the doctors who are starting to get angry. SkyNews interviewed a team in Houston where the doctor explained people should be doing more to protect themselves.