Christian TV Host: Hillary Clinton “Made a Covenant With the Evil One” October 30, 2019

Christian TV Host: Hillary Clinton “Made a Covenant With the Evil One”

Fresh from demonizing Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff by calling him a Satanic pedophile who practices human sacrifice, right-wing commentator Chris McDonald attacked Hillary Clinton during an interview Monday with fellow conspiracy theorist and “firefighter prophet” Mark Taylor.

Their concern is a supposed belief of Clinton’s that God wants her to be president.

“This woman is not going to make it past Christmas without being in handcuffs,” McDonald said, laughing. “I don’t think God created her to be president.”

“I have no doubts that her god had plans for her to be president,” replied Taylor, “but my God has no plans for her being president.”

Taylor said it would be difficult for Clinton to be president when she is sitting in prison in Guantanamo Bay, which he predicted will happen soon.

“There is a god of this earth called the devil,” McDonald added. “I don’t say this lightly. This is very serious. When you get down to it, it’s serious that somebody would sell their soul and, you know, the Bible talks about a coming Mark of the Beast where people, if they take the mark, they eternally damn themselves forever. I mean, there is no repentance for that. I believe, and this is just an opinion, the way Hillary Clinton has conducted herself over the last 10 years, it seems to me that there has been something taking place that is like she has made a covenant with the Evil One.

Just two totally normal guys talking about a woman’s pact with Satan…

The men have no concerns about Donald Trump, but they’re obsessed with Clinton. (They’re not alone.) Clinton, to her credit, has been patient under duress, unlike Trump, who has meltdowns almost daily.

Moral of the story: It doesn’t matter how any conspiracy theories (“But her emails”) are laid to rest. These people will always create their own enemies.

(via Right Wing Watch)

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