Christian Woman ‘Outraged’ By Satanic School Bus Lights, Compares Them To Swastikas (VIDEO)

Some see blinking red stars when they get stuck behind this school bus in Memphis, TN, while others see blazing Satanic pentagrams in the tail lights. As WBRC‘s newscaster wryly quips, “the Devil is in the details.”

As a good, upstanding Christian, Robin Wilkins sees the Satanic pentagrams. In fact, she found the school bus’s tail lights so upsetting, she took a photo and spread the word.

“Anyone who fears a God, if not God and Jesus Christ, should be outraged,” an incensed Wilkins declared.

Christian woman freaks out over star-shaped tail lights on school bus, thinks they're Satanic pentagrams.

School bus tail lights: blinking stars? Or blazing Satanic pentagrams? Photo: Video screen grab, WBRC Fox 6 News.

But wait, Wilkins has more to say about the Satanic school bus:

“If you can’t put a swastika there, you cannot put a pentagram there. Would we allow a swastika, for instance, to be on the back of the bus?”

Wait, what? Oh, she’s referring to that kerfuffle with the Nazi swastikas spotted in a pattern on the Hanukkah wrapping paper at a Walgreens in Southern CA. There’s just one problem with that comparison, though: Adolf Hitler’s Nazis systematically murdered 11 million Jews and 5 million other victims they deemed genetically and morally inferior during the Holocaust — and continue to espouse hate and white supremacy. Whereas Satan may or may not even exist.

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Featured image: Video screen grab/NBC4 Los Angeles

When WBRC’s Kontji Anthony showed Marsha Hudson the star-shaped tail lights on the school bus and asked what she saw, she flatly replied “It’s a light.” But, then she wonders aloud:

“Why’d they put it up there? Why’d they put it upside down?”

Another passerby also sort of saw Wilkins’ point about the school bus’ tail lights:

 “People should be upset if it’s against their religion et cetera.”

But Jo Applewhite, a Wiccan for whom the pentagon is also a holy symbol, fumes over Wilkins’ intolerance:

“Find out what it really means before you start getting riled up and all worked up about something. Wiccans, we believe in God, we believe in Jesus, but we don’t call him God.”

Yet some people — like NBC’s Holly Baker — find the star-shaped tail lights on school buses charming and don’t see them as Satanic at all. She tweeted:

Never noticed until now tail lights on some school buses are shaped like stars! #daybrightener

Holly Baker  ‏@HollyBakerNBC Never noticed until now tail lights on some school buses are shaped like stars! #daybrightener

Holly Baker from NBC sees the school buses’ star-shaped tail lights as a #daybrightener.

Regardless of whether these school buses’ tail lights are star-shaped or Satanic pentagram-shaped, we’re bound to see more of them in the future. Durham School Services — which contracts school buses for Memphis and other school districts across the nation — are the ones who fitted the Satanic bus with the star-shaped tail lights.

Neither the school bus company nor the school district could be reached for comment, but we expect bus drivers all over America to soon receive memos ordering them to screw their tail lights on straight.

WBRC reports on Satan’s school bus.

Featured image: Video screen grab, WBRC Fox 6 News.