Totally Sane Christian Woman Sees Satanic Symbol In School Bus Lights

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Robyn Wilkins of Cordova, Tennessee, is having none of that Satanic stuff, most especially not if it’s indoctrinating our children. Won’t someone think of the children?

Wilkins is concerned over what she sees as a satanic symbol on a school bus, and she’s putting her foot down.

Memphis Action News reports that Wilkins captured a photo of the ‘symbol’ after noticing what she perceives as the shape of an upside down, five-pointed star outlined in the brake lights of a school bus.

“Anyone who fears a God, if not God and Jesus Christ, should be outraged,” Wilkins said.

Wilkins says that Christians should be outraged that a symbol that looks like a pentagram would be allowed in the design of a vehicle used to transport children to public schools.

Memphis Action News reports:

On social media, parents are arguing both sides of the debate. Some say the brake lights are a subliminal pagan message, while others say it’s just an unintentional design.

“If you can’t put a cross on there, you cannot put a pentagram on it,” Wilkins said.

Last month, Walgreen’s pulled wrapping paper from its shelves because the images on the paper appeared to be swastikas.

Even those who are not completely sold on the brake light being a sign from the devil have questions.

“Why’d they put it up there,” Marsha Hudson asked. “Why’d they put it upside down?”

Jo Applewhite, a practicing Wiccan said technically the lights do form a pentagram, but she says the symbol itself is not a Satanic or evil one, which is exactly what an evil person would say.

“Find out what it really means before you start getting riled up and all worked up about something,” Applewhite said. “Wiccans, we believe in God, we believe in Jesus, but we don’t call him God.”

Wilkins says the lights send the wrong signal, and she wants them replaced with solid red brake lights.

Wonkette found that others have been losing their shit over evil taillights in the past.

It would appear that Ms. Wilkins is not alone in her concerns. We found at least two other random posts about the devil lights, one from 2008, and another from 2013, as well as this YouTube video by a very upset gentleman.

Wilkins is obviously a Warrior For Gawd. As Katie Jones, a commenter at Memphis Action News notes, this is a case of Apophenia, also known as attempting to find meaningful patterns in random objects.

Obviously, Katie is doing Satan’s bidding.



Watch this breaking news courtesy of WMC:

WMC Action News 5 – Memphis, Tennessee
Or the brake lights could just be shaped like stars.

Baker

A likely story.

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H/T: Wonkette

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