Nebraska preacher and false prophet Hank Kunneman of One Voice Ministries has been saying for months now that the 2020 election “was, in fact, stolen” (which it absolutely was not).
Despite having no evidence, he’s now trying to scare his gullible base as much as possible, saying on Sunday that if Donald Trump doesn’t get back into the White House, the consequences would be disastrous for everyone. For example, he added, your wife could be sexually assaulted.
“President Trump, it’s clearly evident that he won the election,” Kunneman declared. “Anybody with a brain can see on the night of the election he was winning by a clear indication that that’s where the election was going…”
“He has to be reinstated,” Kunnman proclaimed. “Why? Because he legally won, he righteously won. … If you ignore it, then it’s saying that they can get by with anything. What next? They’re already trying to force a vaccination that they don’t even know if it works. What next? Shut your churches down? Take your kids out of your home? Rape your wife? Put you in a concentration camp? Who knows?”
Anybody with a brain would know that because so many Democrats relied on mail-in ballots, the election night results in certain states were going to lean in Trump’s direction while the total count would eventually shift toward Joe Biden (the question was by how much).
Anybody with a brain also understands that the vaccines work. There’s no question about that.
Anybody with a brain knows that churches were never shut down because the smart ones shifted their services online in order to protect their congregations.
Regardless, I’m at a loss trying to understand how or why a Democratic president would steal your kids, rape your wives, or put people in concentration camps. Kunneman doesn’t understand it either. But even he knows the sort of people who listen to him are even dumber than he is, so they’ll never ask follow-up questions. So he keeps lying to them in the name of Jesus.
That’s what Christianity is for him: A political tool to steer people into voting for Republicans by scaring them against any alternatives.
(via Right Wing Watch)