Pastor: The College Football Championship Score Proves Trump Will Stay in Power January 16, 2021

Pastor: The College Football Championship Score Proves Trump Will Stay in Power

Pastor Johnny Enlow, who once said our nation’s future would involve the terms B.T. and A.T. (“Before Trump” and “After Trump”), that QAnon was “going to be proven so thoroughly,” and who claimed with no evidence that Donald Trump actually received 88 million votes (which he did not), is still spreading conspiracy theories.

This time, he’s pointing to the results of the College Football Playoff National Championship as proof God wants Trump to stay in power.

The final score of that game was 52-24, with Alabama beating Ohio State. But in Enlow’s mind, if you reverse those numbers, and look at the middle ones… magic happens!

Enlow said that when the game began, he fully expected the final score to contain the number 45, which he said would be a prophetic sign regarding Trump, who is the 45th president of the United States.

Though there was no 45 in the final score, Enlow nevertheless found prophetic significance in the score when he saw it displayed on ESPN as “Ohio State 24 – 52 Alabama.”

To Enlow, the number 45 surrounded by two 2s was a clear sign from God that Trump is going to serve a second term.

“It’s a 45 with a 2 on either side,” Enlow declared. “Forty-five was not put in there for one term, he was put in there for two terms. It’s a confirmation on either side. There is a two on either side. … The 45 was there right in the middle, so that was another confirmation of the Lord saying, ‘I’m putting Trump in a second term, and it’s not later, it’s back-to-back, it’s right now.”

In case you’re wondering, host Steve Shultz didn’t say anything to suggest Enlow was crazy. All that said, if God really wanted Trump to remain in office, maybe He could’ve done a better job at getting the votes out in swing states instead of sending ambiguous messages via a college football game that occurred two months after the election.

(via Right Wing Watch)

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