Christian “Prophetess”: 1,000 “Special Ops Angels” Will Help Trump Win in 2020 October 6, 2020

Christian “Prophetess”: 1,000 “Special Ops Angels” Will Help Trump Win in 2020

Kat Kerr, the self-proclaimed Christian “Prophetess” who thinks Heaven is home to cows driving tractors and a city made entirely out of Jell-O, now claims that 1,000 “special ops angels” are arriving from Heaven to make sure Donald Trump is re-elected.

She began by referring to a recent prayer rally in Florida.

“We in America are the land of the brave, the free, and the filled with God,” she continued. “And I can tell you that whole event was filled with the presence of God. And yes, there were 1,000 angels waiting. You know who these angels were? I could see them sitting all up in the upper stands and everything, in the seats, and they were white — they just glow with the glory of God. But they actually were wearing red, white, and blue robes.

“And the Holy Spirit said, ‘These angels are special ops angels that were sent from Heaven back in 2016 to fight on behalf of America, on our president, on his administration, God’s plans that he has for this country.’ And they were there to be sent out again right now. And we all did that,” she claimed. “It was very powerful to see them. They shoot past us like beams of light, and they were very powerful beings.”

Even going along with her delusions, imagine living a life good enough that you enter Heaven, only to have to spend your time enabling voter suppression in the U.S. so that an incompetent tyrant can spend four more years avoiding legal troubles. That sounds awful. Which can only mean these forces are actually arriving from Hell.

Before you call her insane, by the way, remember that plenty of Christians believe in angels, God, supernatural forces, divine intervention in our elections, and basically all the things she’s talking about here. She’s not on the fringe if everyone else under her faith umbrella believe the same general things.

(via Right Wing Watch)

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