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Murkowski challenger wrote in support of 'ex-gay' organization and posts on evils of 'addictive' witchcraft and 'Twilight'

April 27, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Kelly Tshibaka, a Republican Senate candidate seeking to challenge Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski in 2022, once wrote in support of an "ex-gay" Christian organization that promoted discredited "conversion therapy" and said that homosexuality was caused by "sexual molestation during childhood."

(CNN)Kelly Tshibaka, a Republican Senate candidate seeking to challenge Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski in 2022, once wrote in support of an "ex-gay" Christian organization that promoted discredited "conversion therapy" and said that homosexuality was caused by "sexual molestation during childhood. "

In an article unearthed by CNN's KFile, Tshibaka wrote that gay people can "work through the process of coming out of homosexuality" through Christianity and urged gay people to "not be controlled by the 'once-gay-always-gay' rhetoric used to advance political agendas" in a 2001 Harvard Law School student newspaper article.

In other blog posts found by KFile that have since been scrubbed from the internet, Tshibaka said that the "Twilight" book and movie series "is evil and we should not read or watch it" because "entertaining and participating in these kinds of activities leaves us spiritually vulnerable.

Tshibaka urged gay people to 'come out of homosexuality' and wrote in support of an 'ex-gay' organization that promoted 'conversion therapy'

Tshibaka wrote blog posts calling the 'Twilight' series 'evil' and witchcraft 'addictive'

In several posts found via the Internet Archive's "Wayback Machine," Tshibaka wrote about the dangers of witchcraft and the occult, specifically targeting the "Twilight" book and movie series.

In a February 2013 blog post entitled "Witches Are Bad for Your Health," Tshibaka cautioned people against consuming media that "incorporate, focus on, or glorify things like magic, witchcraft, vampires, or the occult. "

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