Attention God-fearing conservatives: This is not a drill.

We’ve long speculated that those who control the entertainment industry are involved in disturbingly insidious behavior such as devil-worshipping and whatnot, but without much real evidence for it.

While one of Netflix’s latest posts doesn’t necessarily prove that any of their executives are evil, per say, it definitely does show that their marketing team wants to blatantly push a pro-Satan message to their viewers.

Hot on the heels of the “Cuties” controversy over the summer, in a now-deleted Instagram post from Monday, Netflix reportedly posted a Gif that said “Praise Satan” in an advertisement for a new movie called “The Prom.”

Here is a screen recording one Twitter user captured showing the disturbing social media post.

But, before I go any further, now that I have your attention, I’m going to continue referring to the abhorrent phrase as “Praise S****,” as it pains me to actually spell it out every time.

As you can see in the screen recording, the post attempts to advertise for a Netflix original which is a Broadway-musical-themed film about a gay teenager.

The movie revolves around two teenage girls from a small town who are being discriminated against by the head of the PTA for wanting to attend prom together as a lesbian couple.

In comes a star-studded cast including Meryl Streep, James Corden, Kerry Washington, Nicole Kidman, and others, to give the protagonist, Emma, “a night where she can truly celebrate who she is,” Netflix describes.

Christians have accused the Left’s agenda of evil intentions when they push a homosexual lifestyle on children, which is a premise the Left has rejected, instead arguing they are simply promoting “tolerance” in society on behalf of members of the LGBTQ community.

However, it becomes hard to fight Christians on that and say they are simply trying to push for societal progress when Netflix posts an advertisement for “The Prom” that clearly says “Praise S****.”

There is no excuse for that. It’s pure evil.

Have Christians become so complacent in their role in society that Netflix feels emboldened enough to post something like that blatantly with such little fear of backlash?

If so, we need a serious revival in this country.

At the very least, we need to pose a bigger threat to the entertainment industry. And although that is a long road, we can begin by canceling Netflix—along with any other media outlet that pushes satanic values on the youth of our country.