“Prophetess”: God’s Moving Me Into a Mansion So I Can “Infiltrate” the Wealthy November 17, 2021

“Prophetess”: God’s Moving Me Into a Mansion So I Can “Infiltrate” the Wealthy

The worst thing about right-wing grifters isn’t just that they seem to have influence over way too many people; it’s that they always seem to be rewarded for it. If you’re a conservative troll in Congress, there’s a seat at FOX News waiting for you. If you’re a scamvangelist, there’s a private jet in your future.

And if you’re self-proclaimed Christian “prophetess” Kat Kerr, who recently claimed that her 100,000,000-angel army would unleash “terror” on the White House, you apparently get to move into a mansion.

During a sermon Friday night at Glory Fire Church in Lake Mary, Florida, Kerr explained how God had rewarded her for her faithfulness… with her pick of a million-dollar home.

… If you’ve been faithful to God, you cannot escape being blessed in these days. He told me to go pick out as many houses as I wanted. He didn’t care. He didn’t care where they were. He didn’t care what they cost. And I’m getting one.

[Applause]

He wouldn’t let me say I couldn’t have it. He wouldn’t let people tell me I couldn’t have it. He said, “It’s yours.”

It’s been on the market for almost 150 days, in a place where you don’t even find houses anymore, in a beautiful gated community. Because, He said, I will infiltrate you into the circles of the wealthy and the rich.

It’s another assignment. I hope they’re ready. I hope they like pink hair. Because I’m invading Queens Harbour.

Queen’s Harbour is indeed a gated community with multi-million-dollar homes. While we’re just taking it on Kerr’s word that she’s actually moving there, if that’s true, it means her career built on lying about secrets God tells her and then spreading them to the most gullible audience imaginable — hi, Steve Shultz — has been incredibly lucrative.

Is that God rewarding Kat Kerr or Kat Kerr discovering a special niche in a world full of people just waiting to hand over their money?

I have my theory. I’m in the wrong line of work.

(Thanks to Kyle for the link)

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