MAGA cultists used to claim that their beloved former president would be re-instated for a second term in January. When that didn’t happen, the date was moved to March. Now, right-wing evangelist Nathan French, who claimed last month that God would somehow wipe out the social media companies that banned Donald Trump from their platforms, has a brand new date for Trump’s resurrection.
French now says April will be the magic month of 45’s return:
“He’s about to lay it bare,” French continued. “I think we’re gonna find out in April. I think everything’s gonna change. I see a shift coming. People are waiting to see when is the God of justice gonna step in. You’re already seeing some of the things on the news, and I don’t want to get into too much of that because there’s certain things I can’t really say. I know that certain things are timed, but I do know that there’s a lot more to come. I’ll get more words on this. I’m excited. I’m really excited because I know not only is Trump coming back, but it’s gonna be incredible how God finishes what he began.”
French’s brand of faith is bound to create more atheists than anything else after his God fails to deliver on that promise… again.
As they say, the definition of insanity is doing — or in this case, predicting — the same thing over and over again expecting different results. Trump isn’t coming back. Every prediction to the contrary has been wrong. Yet French made the biggest mistake any so-called prophet can make by giving everyone an expiration date for his claims. In one month, Joe Biden will still be president. And then what will French do? Just offer a “mysterious ways” excuse and push the goalposts back even more?
Maybe the bigger question is how much longer his followers will put up with these predictions. When will they finally realize these “prophets” are nothing but frauds?
(via Right Wing Watch)