As a responsible member of the paranormal community, it is our duty to maintain a certain level of discourse and responsibility. However, when people like Jeffrey Daugherty, a former pastor turned conspiracy theorist, make such outrageous and hurtful statements, it is hard to ignore.
Daugherty, who was a former minister in the United Methodist Church, has now turned his attention to the paranormal and conspiracy theory world. He has gained a following due to his wild and unfounded theories about the world, including that Jesus Christ was a pedophile. Such statements are deeply hurtful to many people, and they can cause significant harm and distress.
Daugherty’s behavior is not just harmful to the individuals he targets but to the paranormal community as a whole. When people like him are given a platform, it can harm the reputation of the paranormal community and make it more difficult for people to take it seriously.
As a responsible content creator, it is essential to think about the impact that our words and actions have on others. When we give a platform to people like Jeffrey Daugherty, we are essentially endorsing their views and behavior. We need to be more selective about who we give a voice to in the paranormal community and ensure that we do not contribute to the spread of misinformation and hate speech.
Furthermore, it is crucial to recognize that the paranormal community is not just about creating content or generating revenue. It is about creating a community where people can come together and share their experiences and knowledge. When we prioritize content production over the safety and well-being of our community, we lose sight of what is truly important.
In conclusion, it is essential to be mindful of the impact our words and actions have on others, especially in the paranormal community. Giving a platform to people like Jeffrey Daugherty, who spew hateful and hurtful speech, only serves to harm the community as a whole. As responsible content creators, we need to prioritize the well-being of our community and ensure that we are not contributing to the spread of misinformation and hate speech.