- According to Miller, Beyoncé has been faking being an African-American for clout
- In a lengthy rant on Twitter, Miller who is vying for a congress seat as an independent candidate, claimed that Beyoncé's real name was Ann Marie Lastrassi
- The politician claimed that Beyoncé's Formation song was a secret coded message to the globalists and she admitted she was demonic and worshipped in the Satanist churches of Alabama and Louisiana
A US politician identified as KW Miller has claimed that talented singer Beyoncé Knowles has been faking being an African-American.
Miller, who is running for a Congress seat, said that the singer has been faking her originality for clout.
Posting on Twitter, Miller claimed that the Halo hitmaker is an Italian, adding that her real name is Ann Marie Lastrassi.
"Beyoncé is not even African American. She is faking this for exposure. Her real name is Ann Marie Lastrassi. She is Italian. This is all part of the Soros Deep State agenda for the Black Lives Matter movement. Beyoncé you are on notice!" tweeted Miller.
In a lengthy Twitter rant, the politician claimed that Beyoncé's Formation song was a secret coded message to the globalists and she admitted she was demonic and worshipped in the Satanist churches of Alabama and Louisiana.
"You all do know that Beyoncé’s song 'Formation' was a secret coded message to the globalists I certainly hope? The song clearly admitted that she was demonic and that she worshipped in the Satanist churches located in Alabama and Louisiana. She keeps Satanist symbols in her bag," wrote Miller.
Further, the man vying for a congress seat, said that Becky With The Good Hair actually refers to 'Soros operative' UK writer Beck Hogge.
According to Miller, the fact she shouts out to a "Black Bill Gates in the making" in 2020 and in the same year Black Lives Matter "terrorises" the country and Bill Gates pushes a Covid-19 vaccination was simply too much to be a coincidence.
Miller, who describes himself as a Trump supporter, is running in the election as an Independent candidate against incumbent Republican representative Brian Mast.
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