Newsmax recently announced that reporter Lara Logan will no longer be welcome on the news station following inflammatory remarks she made on air Wednesday night.
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Host Eric Bolling brought Logan on his show to discuss immigration, and the topic quickly devolved into Logan peddling extreme conspiracy theories.
During the segment, Logan framed the problem with immigration as a war between good and evil.
“This is a spiritual battle. I am a firm and solid and immovable believer in God,” she began. “And I believe that God wins. I believe that good is greater than evil, and I believe that the fallen angel otherwise known as Satan doesn’t get to prevail in this world.”
“God believes in sovereignty, a national identity, of the sanctity of family and all the things that we’ve lived with from the beginning of time,” Logan continued. “And he knows that the open border is Satan’s way of taking control of the world through all of these are people who are stooges and his servants.”
Logan then took aim at the World Economic Forum, professing that they are cannibals who want the rest of the world to eat bugs.
“And they may think that they’re going to become gods. That’s what they tell us,” Logan said. “You’ve all known Yuval Noah Harari and all the rest of them at the World Economic Forum. You know, the ones who want us eating insects, cockroaches, and that while they dine on the blood of children?”
“Those are the people, right?” she asked. “They’re not gonna win. They’re not going to win.”
At one point in the appearance, Logan said the Biden administration would start “a Reichstag fire,” before referring to the United Nations as a “global cabal” intent on “dilut[ing] the blood of patriots” through open border programs.
While denouncing her comments, Newsmax said they are no longer interested in interviewing her.
“Newsmax condemns in the strongest terms the reprehensible statements made by Lara Logan and her views do not reflect our network,” representatives for the network wrote. “We have no plans to interview her again.”
Logan is no stranger to network bans. Last year, Fox News dropped her Fox Nation streaming show for comparing Dr. Anthony Fauci to Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele.