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Right-Wing ‘Prophet’: God Told Me He Will Destroy Twitter For Banning Donald Trump

Nathan French calls himself a prophet, which should alert you to the fact that he’s a complete fake both as a “Christian” and as a human being.

Despite that, French wants us to believe that God actually talks to him and tells him things that are going to happen in the future.

According to “Prophet” French, the deity recently revealed to him that he’s going to “wipe out” social media companies such as Twitter because they dared to ban Donald Trump from their platform.

Right Wing Watch reports that French shared his revelation on YouTube, remarking:

“The Lord said this morning, he told me, ‘It’s unwise to pick a fight with a reigning champion. He said, ‘Nathan, I’m going to overturn [the election], and I’m going to reinstate Trump.’ And so I realized that not only has God chosen President Trump and Melania, but when you mess with God’s plan, then you come against God himself, and you pick a fight with God.

“This is what the Lord said to me this morning. He said, ‘Big tech companies will begin to crumble if they continue to come against God’s anointed.’ When the Lord speaks through his prophets and prophetic people, it is his own words, and they will not return void. So when the flesh and the way that seems right to a man—which is like leaning on your own understanding—stands against the Lord’s words or those he’s chosen as mouthpieces, they basically pick a fight with the reigning champion, and that’s just going to bring a KO. So God’s gonna knock out, he’s gonna wipe out everything that comes against what he’s preparing to release, which is the Third Great Awakening.”

Hmm…so God follows social media? He keeps a close eye on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram? Sounds about as likely as French actually knowing what the Bible says about false prophets and those who try to use the name of God for their own purposes.

If Nathan French wants to prove that God has actually been communicating with him, why doesn’t he pick the Mega Millions lottery numbers the next time the jackpot nears $1 billion? French could gift some of the money to his church and spread his prophecies even further.

Of course, French won’t be winning the lottery because he’s full of shit and has no idea what God plans to do in the future. Prophet? Nah, just another huckster trying to make a buck off his easily misled followers.

Here’s the video for your amusement:


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The Trump Faithful Are Now Quite Literally Comparing The Donald To Jesus Christ

For some unknown reason, conservatives — especially evangelical Christians — think Donald Trump is the most wonderful thing on the planet, a man who has single-handedly restored decency and righteousness to the White House.

Yes, I can hear you snickering at the notion that a man as immoral and evil as Trump would ever be perceived as decent and honorable, but those on the right are convinced and cannot be dissuaded from their delusions.

Now, however, the Trump faithful have taken things way too far, even if you’re not a religious person, because they’re literally comparing the current president to Jesus Christ.

Take a look at this image, which appeared on the right-wing social media site Parler:

What in the hell is that?! Trump being crucified? As cruel and depraved as Donald Trump is, it would be more accurate to portray him as one of the Roman centurions who pounded the nails into Jesus and mocked him on the cross?

Twitter was not the least bit impressed:


So, the next time you hear a so-called “Christian” defend Donald Trump, keep in mind most of these people would worship a dunghill if you placed a wig on top of it.

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Eric Trump Claims: My Daddy ‘Literally Saved Christianity’

In the surest sign yet that Donald Trump’s reelection campaign is indeed in the crapper and desperately trying to find reasons any American should vote for him, we now learn that the current president saved Christianity.


Yes, you read that correctly. Donald Trump — the most godless heathen to ever inhabit the White House — has saved Christianity.

The news about the Donald’s amazing feat comes directly from his son, Eric, who was being interviewed recently by a radio station in North Dakota when he rattled off his father’s accomplishments as president. One of those, he remarked, was that Donnie “literally saved Christianity.”

Don’t believe it? Listen for yourself, courtesy of CNN’s K-File:

Eric went on to say that the Democratic Party has become the party of atheists, which is directly contradicted by the fact that the Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden, is a devout Catholic who regularly attends mass. Donald Trump, on other hand, almost never darkens the door of any church, perhaps because he’s far too busy screwing porn stars, paying hush money to hide his extramarital affairs, and spreading a deadly virus to others, including his own Secret Service detail.

That was all Twitter users needed to erupt with laughter and barbs for the president’s son:


There’s one other thing we learned from Eric Trump’s absurd claim: His father is sharing his COVID-19 drugs with the entire family, and the pharmaceuticals are making them all delusional.


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Trump’s Shrinking Support Among Religious Voters Spells Big Trouble For His Chances Of Reelection

Four years ago, Donald Trump secured the support of self-identified religious voters, which proved beneficial to him in key battleground states and also assured the Trump-Pence ticket carried the South.

But this time around, many religious voters are making it clear they don’t consider Trump to be representative of the values they hold dear, and even a marginal decrease in their support could spell doom for the incumbent’s hopes of winning a second term, according to Politico:

“Months after worries first exploded inside the Trump campaign over his eroding support among white evangelicals and Roman Catholics, some of the president’s top religious allies are now in a panic — concerned that Joe Biden’s attentiveness to Christian voters, whom Democrats largely ignored in 2016, is having an impact where the president can least afford it.”

Biden, a devout Catholic who regularly attends mass and speaks of how his faith has helped see him through tragedies such as the death of his son, Beau, of brain cancer, is gaining traction among voters who consider themselves to be religious, with a recent survey conducted by Vote Common Good showing that Biden is indeed cutting into Trump’s support among what was once a stronghold of GOP support:

“(That survey) predicts an 11 percentage point swing toward Biden among evangelicals and Catholics who backed Trump in 2016, based on input from both demographics across five major 2020 battleground states: Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Other polls have captured similar gains in Biden’s religious support, including an August survey by Fox News that showed the former vice president at 28 percent support among white evangelicals — up 12 percentage points from 2016 exit polls for the Democratic nominee.”

Imagine Biden getting a 3 to 5-point bump among religious voters. That could prove to be catastrophic for Trump, most notably in states that are trending blue demographically such as Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia. Trump was victorious in Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina, but appears to be losing support this time around. And if the president loses three of those four states come November, his path to 270 electoral votes would be almost impossible.

Doug Pagitt, a Minnesota-based pastor and an executive director of Vote Common Good, summed up the contrast between Biden and Trupm and how it will impact who wins the election:

“Joe Biden is getting support from religious voters who don’t even know what his religious background is. This isn’t tribal voting. There’s an enormous amount of religious Americans who didn’t think there were good options in 2016 and voted for Trump, but now see Biden as the superior option.”

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Christian Broadcaster Asks Trump If God Put Him In Office – His Answer Is Incredibly Revealing

Donald Trump loves to pretend that he’s religious and cares about issues that are important to Christians, especially evangelical Christians, but his only real interest is in securing their votes, because Trump has never expressed any interest in spiritual matters, has cheated on all three of his wives, and bragged that he enjoys grabbing women by the genitals.

Despite all that, Trump sat down this week for an extensive interview with David Brody of the Christian Broadcasting Network, and Brody asked the president if he thought perhaps God had put him in the White House. Specifically, Brody posed this question to Trump:

“I want to ask you, on the evangelical front. I’ve asked Sarah Sanders, Mike Pompeo, they all give me the same answer I say, was President Trump put in office for such a time as this. Did God put President Trump in office for such a time as this? I never asked you that question. What do you think?”

Rather than saying yes or no, Trump responded:

“Well, I don’t know what they said.”

Did you get that? He doesn’t know what they said. In other words, Trump cannot respond to the question until he knows exactly what has been said about him by his underlings. That’s what’s important to him, not any spiritual matters or questions of the afterlife and eternity. By knowing what they said, Trump believes he can more fully pander to those watching the interview.

Brody then told Trump:

“They said yes.”

All of sudden, the president became overly verbose, remarking:

“Okay. Because I have, Ben Carson said the same thing. You know, Ben Carson came to me because he ran a very effective campaign. And he did a good job. He really did. You know, he came in one of the top people. And he said to me, you know, you’re gonna win. I said, Ben, I’m running against you. What are you telling me? He said you’re going to win because God put you here for this occasion. I said, What a lovely thing to say. That was the first one that I heard from Ben Carson. And it was during the campaign, I was running against him, and he was saying, I’m gonna win. He’s a very high-quality guy. He’s done a great job in the administration.”

Be sure and note he still hasn’t answered the question!

Brody then asked if Trump “buys” what his cabinet members have said about him being in office because God put him there. Trump replied:

“I almost don’t even want to think about it. Because you know what, all I’m gonna do is, I hope it’s true. All I’m going to do is I’m going to do my best. And part of what I’m doing my best one is for the religious community beyond evangelical, evangelicals a very big part is very important to me.”

What?! That’s gibberish and more pandering. And it’s also proof that Trump couldn’t care less about evangelicals, God, or religion. He just wants their votes, and he’s willing to say whatever’s necessary to make sure they support him come November.

Saint Donald? Hardly. That’s not a halo you see over Trump’s head. It’s horns he’s twisted into a circle.