Nebraska preacher and false prophet Hank Kunneman of One Voice Ministries is still refusing to apologize for any of his wrong predictions about Donald Trump serving another presidential term. And he really hates when people call him a false prophet… even though he’s made prophecies that have turned out to be, well, false.
“God hates six things,” Kunneman said. “Number one: a proud look. Number two: a lying tongue. Number three: abortion, or hands that shed innocent blood. Yeah, you thought it was OK to vote for [Joe Biden]? [Number four:] a heart that devises wicked imaginations, and yet you voted for them. It’s obvious, their wicked imaginations on how they want to destroy this country. [Number five:] feet that are swift in running to mischief. It’s amazing how quickly they signed their executive orders; that’s called feet that run quickly to mischief.”
We can pause there because we’ve been over this before: The policies supported by Democrats are more effective at lowering the abortion rate overall. Kunneman should be downright excited about a Biden presidency if he’s driven by that goal.
And if he’s concerned about a “lying tongue,” then claiming to speak on God’s behalf when your predictions fail either means you’re breaking your own rules or that your God can’t be trusted. Since Kunneman won’t agree to the latter, then it must be the former. Talk about not heeding your own advice.
“But notice something,” he continued. “God hates what? He didn’t say he hates discord. He hates you that are being a troll. He hates you that are attacking your Christian brothers and sisters. ‘Yeah, but they’re false. They’re wrong.’ Excuse me. How do you know? ‘Because it hasn’t come to pass.’ How do you know that it hasn’t come to pass? First of all, the president was reelected. Let’s get that clear. Second of all, he was given a second term based on reelection. ‘Well, he’s not serving it now?’ Because it was stolen by thieves.”
No. Not even close. There is no evidence that the election was stolen. There never will be because that evidence doesn’t exist. Biden won, fair and square. Trump called it a “landslide” when he won with the same number of electoral votes in 2016.
Christians often say they support the truth. But not liking the truth doesn’t make it false.
(via Right Wing Watch)