Christian “Prophetess”: God Destroyed the Bahamas to Stop Human Trafficking September 7, 2019

Christian “Prophetess”: God Destroyed the Bahamas to Stop Human Trafficking

Kat Kerr, the self-proclaimed Christian “Prophetess” who recently declared authority over Hurricane Dorian through the power of her prayers, has already taken credit for the fact that it’s no longer a Category 5 storm.

But as I pointed out a couple of days ago, just because the storm isn’t as awful as it could’ve been in the United States, it’s left all kinds of death and destruction in the Bahamas.

Does her God not care about the Bahamas? Or will she finally admit her prayers don’t actually work?

Well, you knew she wouldn’t admit defeat…

On a “weather update” yesterday, Kerr explained that the Bahamas were hit because God wanted to destroy human trafficking tunnels.


The Bahamas got hit a lot. I am just gonna leak out a little information for you, that people may not even know about, but you need to know that a lot of the human trafficking goes on there, in that very place, and it’s being exposed, because God’s exposing stuff like that.

… I’m not saying everyone on the island was involved in that, but that is a huge center, where a lot of people who are trapped in human trafficking, and those people doing it, are involved in a huge way, in the Bahamas, they use the Bahamas as part of their transport system… and they actually have tunnels — this is already gonna be in the news — they have tunnels where [they] file through there. I think the tunnels were wiped out by the storm. So you never know why sometimes things happen in some areas and some don’t

Yep. That’s the simplest explanation. God wanted to stop human trafficking in the Bahamas, so he killed 30 people (and counting) and destroyed a secret underground system of tunnels. On an island.

It’s the theological equivalent of killing a mosquito with a semiautomatic weapon.

It’s also one of the more sensible theories Kerr has ever proposed, which tells you just how batshit crazy she usually is.

(via Right Wing Watch)

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