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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The former chairman claimed in 2011 he was a member of the Satanic Temple
A former US lawmaker who has admitted to being a member of the Satanic Temple has been fired from his position on the House Intelligence Committee.
“For nearly a year I failed to live up to the high standard set by the committee,” Rep. Frank Wolf told the House Committee on the Judiciary.
Mr Wolf announced his resignation on Tuesday.
The revelation comes as a bill that would impose new rules on groups like the Satanic Temple is working its way through Congress.
An amendment to a defence spending appropriations bill approved by the House last week would prohibit groups that receive federal funding from taking a direct or indirect role in proselytizing through public meetings.
The amendment would apply to any group that receives federal funding, meaning Mr Wolf’s decision to resign was directly linked to allegations made by former Rep. Michael Steel.
The Democrat claims Mr Wolf has been an active member of the Satanic Temple, and took part in a campaign to elect the group national chairwoman and his family as trustees last year.
He has also denied allegations that his wife has given him money by virtue of his job.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption The Satanic Temple hopes to recruit members for their national convention in 2018
In a lengthy press release on Tuesday night Mr Wolf said he had been sacked from his position because of his “recent public statement, consistent with those prior to being a member of the House Committee on Intelligence”.
He said he had been a member of the Satanic Temple since 2010.
After he resigned, Mr Wolf said he planned to “take on a new chapter in my life”.
“The Satanic Temple aims to provide a safe and secure space for its members in the United States and beyond,” he said.
Image caption Mr Wolf announced his resignation on Tuesday
Representatives with the Satanic Temple could not immediately be reached for comment on Tuesday.
However, some have welcomed Mr Wolf’s removal as a victory over “persecution” of religious
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