Christian Conspiracist: Donald Trump Sits in the “Presidency Seat in Heaven” March 13, 2021

Christian Conspiracist: Donald Trump Sits in the “Presidency Seat in Heaven”

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.

Enlow’s newest lie is that Trump is still president… in heaven.

“President Trump is the president that has been ordained [and] nominated by the Lord,” Enlow declared. “He won over 70 percent of the vote and 49 of the 50 states. So he won. He is sanctioned in Heaven, on earth, and he’s here, but we have somebody else [in the White House].”

“It looked like the prophet Samuel was wrong,” Enlow said. “David was only accepted as king by Judah. Guess who’s the only ones in the body of Christ accepting President Trump is king right now? The tribe of Judah. If you can go in the spirit, if you can see what’s in Heaven, who’s sitting in the throne; go up and look at the presidency seat in Heaven, see who’s there. It ain’t Biden; it’s Trump.

Trump didn’t win 70% of the votes. He didn’t win 49 states. And the only thrones Trump is sitting on are the ones in Mar-a-Lago’s bathrooms.

This is hardly the first time that Trump has been compared to the biblical King David — a man who committed rape and orchestrated a murder. Both Trump and David committed grievous crimes. But a crucial difference between them is that King David eventually repented; Trump is on record saying he has no need for repentance.

By Christian standards, Trump can’t sanction anything in Heaven because he çan’t get there without first confessing his sins. You would think a pastor would know that.

(via Right Wing Watch)

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