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(LifeSiteNews) — TV star Austin Peck revealed that before becoming a traditional Catholic, “I realized I was a hedonist. I lived for pleasure,” but “truth led me to Christ, to the Catholic Church, [and] to the traditional form.”

In an interview with LifeSite’s John-Henry Westen — to be released Monday — the actor who over the years has been a regular fixture on As the World Turns and One Life to Live talked about what it’s like to have strong convictions concerning protecting the rights of the unborn and standing up to COVID tyranny in the very pro-abortion, COVID-fear-peddling environment of Hollywood.

Life begins at conception. That’s just the way it is.’

“I don’t see it as controversial. I don’t think it’s controversial at all,” Peck told Westen. “I think it’s very simple. Life begins at conception. That’s just the way it is.”

Peck explained that the reason why none of his pro-abortion Hollywood neighbors want to debate when human life begins “is because science actually backs up life at a genetic level. So even if I were to have the conversation, just scientifically, they would lose. And that’s why the conversation never happens.”

“The only thing they have is name-calling ‘You’re a man. You’re a bigot.’”

“We’re evil for pointing it out. But that’s just demonic. It’s just a demonic tactic. It’s just a diabolical disorientation,” Peck went on to say.

“What is abortion but modern-day sacrifice to Molech or Ba’al?” asked Peck. “I mean, those demons still exist.”

COVID ‘pandemic’: ‘There’s nothing true about this’

The Hollywood actor talked about abuse by duplicitous politicians engaging in fearmongering regarding mask mandates, and how hard it is to dissuade others from their irrational fears.

“It goes back to what led me to Christ, which is truth. There’s nothing true about this. I have known a lot of people who have had it, I haven’t known anybody who has died from it. If this was a real pandemic, I would not only know a lot of people that would have had it, I would have known a lot of people that would have died from it.”

“Fear is such a great tool,” said Peck. “What they did is they created this boogeyman. When your kid is afraid of the boogeyman, you know there’s no boogeyman underneath the bed, but they’re convinced of it. So their fear is real, no matter how illogical it is. And if you have your kid who’s freaked out, you can show them under the bed, you can go into the closet, and still, they’re convinced” that there’s a boogeyman in their room.

Peck said that in Hollywood he’s surrounded by people that are “completely unreachable. It’s like the face masks are a security blanket, it’s like it’s a symbol, it has nothing to do with what it’s for. It has everything to do with adherence. It has everything to do with a symbol of adherence to an ideology.”

The actor has put his money where his mouth is. “I told my agent, ‘I’m not getting the vaccine.’ I had a conversation with him. I brought up abortion, I brought up everything. I said, ‘I’m not getting the vaccine and I’m not kissing a dude. Ain’t happening.’”

Watch for this riveting LifeSiteNews interview on Monday, October 11.

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