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Since retiring from the NFL in 2011, former running back Larry Johnson is focused on spending quality time with his daughter and inspiring young people to build essential life skills through his website Motivationaledge.com.

On Friday, Oct. 25, Johnson sparked debate on social media when he tweeted:

"This fake war with Trump is to offset a social cataclysm for liberals to gain control, sign into laws, the apocalypse of perversion.

"Adults having sex with children, everyone having sex with animals. When that day comes and it will, as in the days of Sodom....Pray!"

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Johnson, 39, recently joined conservative radio host Alex Jones to discuss the culture of evil preying on innocent children. "The reason I'm bucking the system now is because I reached my rock bottom. I turned my life over to God," he told Jones.

Johnson also brought up his former friend, rapper Jay-Z, who reportedly reps the illuminati with his wife, Beyonce Knowles-Carter, 38.

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"When I was in the league I never saw any of that. I was spiritually blind at the time," Johnson says. "I didn't know that the diamond sign I was throwing up in the end zone was the illuminati pyramid sign. It was attached to Shawn Carter, which is Jay-Z... I never saw the whole baphomet worship... the devil horns, I never saw that when I was with him."

Millions of Americans woke up to the evil that lurks within the leftist liberal agenda last week, when a jury in Texas decided that a 7-year-old boy could begin taking puberty blockers to transition to a girl. But the presiding judge overturned the jury's decision.

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"Drag queen story time; they want you to accept this behavior," said Johnson. "And if you speak out against it in the church, you're the one that's - you're the square that's not [keeping up with] the times.

He added: "They're going after the children because the children are the most purest energy that's walking around on this planet. If they get to the children, all hope is lost."