Rick Schroder shared a story on social media about an incident he experienced as a child actor.
Schroder was awarded a Golden Globe for his performance as Jon Voight’s son in the 1979 movie “The Champ.”
In the Instagram video, Schroder talked about something that happened to him when he was much younger. He didn’t specify his exact age during the incident but said it occurred before he reached the legal driving age.
Schroder said that he was hanging around with some older guys. Someone inserted a cassette tape into a VHS player.
He said he saw a body in a room, surrounded by individuals donning hoods and robes. They performed a ritual involving a knife and cutting down the side of the body. Parts of his body were removed, and blood began to flow while they chanted. Several of the woman present removed their clothing. They smear blood on their bodies and engage in sexual activity with each other.
He said the video was disturbing.
Schroder said that the group gave him the VHS cassette, which he gave to a trusted person.
After viewing the video, the individual instructed him never to watch it again and return it to the person who gave it to him.
He said he did but was always confused about why they didn’t ask where it came from.
Schroder stated that they may have encountered some members of a cult in their youth who could be associated with or part of the Illuminati.
He also noted that typing Illuminati backward in an internet search leads to the NSA.
Schroder expressed concern that there may be a lack of accountability and justice due to corruption within those responsible for upholding the Constitution and bringing justice.
They believe a cult exists globally, with roots in Hollywood, the environmental movement, industry, and politics.
He hesitated briefly before stating that he was not afraid of them. He suggested that the cult is controlling the country’s highest-ranking officials through blackmail.
He expressed his hope for God to bless America and those working to defeat “the cult.”