So-called “firefighter prophet” Mark Taylor appeared on Chris McDonald’s “The MC Files” program earlier this week, where the two once again asserted that actor Tom Hanks is a pedophile, which is a baseless smear that has gotten a good deal of traction in the right-wing fever swamps in recent months.
McDonald, who frequently hosts Republican Rep. Phil Roe of Tennessee on his program, was alarmed by reports that a Disney cruise ship had supposedly passed by Jeffrey Epstein’s private island (Epstein, who was recently arrested for sexually abusing and trafficking minors, owns an island, Little Saint James, which is located off the coast of St. Thomas, which happens to be a port of call for Disney cruise ships.)
“We all know that Disney is one of the most sick organizations in this country,” he said. “They target children. They have become, really, a haven—their hierarchy, the executives—for transgenderism, homosexuality, lesbianism, and pedophilia. They have sunk to a level that people that put any money into Disney World should be ashamed of themselves.”
McDonald and Taylor asserted that Walt Disney was a Mason and that his theme parks are filled with Masonic symbolism, which promoted McDonald to declare that it’s “not by mistake that when the movie came out, ‘Saving Mr. Banks’—which basically had to do with Walt Disney—that none other than Tom Hanks was the one that played Walt Disney. And Tom Hanks has his own little issue right now with the questions of pedophilia and trafficking surrounding him.”
“Disney is not innocent,” responded Taylor. “There is a reason why you don’t want your kids watching any Disney programming—that’s why it’s called ‘programming,’ because they are programming your kids. It may look so innocent; trust me, it’s not—there’s frequencies in there, there’s pedophilia stuff in there, it’s just nasty. Don’t go Disney, guys, don’t take your kids to Disney. If you are a godly man or woman, nobody should be walking on that property with their family.”
Taylor asserted that “kids disappear all the time” from Disney parks and cruise ships, suggesting that they are being taken to Castaway Cay, which is a private island in the Bahamas that is leased by Disney for use by its cruise line.
“Tom Hanks filmed ‘Splash,’ there,” Taylor said, before noting that Hanks also starred in the film “Castaway.”
“No coincidences,” he said. “Anywhere Tom Hanks has been is already suspect at this point, because we know this guy’s history.”