Prophetic Minister: Remote-Controlled Mini-Robot Rats Are Thwarting Trump April 5, 2020

Prophetic Minister: Remote-Controlled Mini-Robot Rats Are Thwarting Trump

“Prophetic minister” Wanda Alger once said elected officials had to have “fear of the Lord”… until Donald Trump became president, at which point she decided that didn’t matter. Which is to say: She’s a conservative liar. You shouldn’t take her seriously.

And yet some Christians do. Like the people at Intercessors for America, where Alger recently published an article about… a rat infestation.

Robot rats.

Mini-robot rats.

Mini-robot rats that want the COVID-19 outbreak to last past Easter Sunday in order to thwart Christians from attending church.

More than 10 days ago, I had a dream about some rats in the White House. They were like mini-robots being implanted within individuals, controlled by remote. I knew that these rats were going after good people to make them compromise the truth for political gain. I urged intercessors to pray that these rats would be exposed, the connections short-circuited, and the remotes cut off…

I, along with many other believers, felt that President Trump’s declaration for an Easter breakthrough last week was prophetically inspired. Though a long shot compared to the statistics, people of faith were stirred to align with the promise. But earlier this week the President announced that the Guidelines for social distancing have been extended beyond Easter by two more weeks. Because of the counsel from his advisors, President Trump backed off his initial declaration. It appears his prophetic promise has now been postponed. The work of rats?

Yes, of course. The rats. Can’t spell “Democrats” without “rats.” That’s just God-logic.

This is what passes for intelligent writing in prophetic Christian circles. And because people keep voting for Republicans, these people are never as far along on the fringes as they need to be.

(via Joe. My. God. Screenshot via YouTube)

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