Right-wing phony prophet Hank Kunneman is one of the loudest voices among religious extremists who continue to proclaim – all facts be damned – that Donald Trump won the 2020 presidential election. On Thursday, Kunneman appeared on the Elijah Streams YouTube channel, recalling what he did while Trump’s supporters laid siege to the United States Capitol on January 6th.
“God has never said to me – January 6th when they were gathering and certifying the votes – I remember locking myself in my prayer room that day and I said, ‘God, what is happening?’ And then he said, ‘Hank, stay with the story that I have been saying to you.’ He has never said one time to change that story,” said Kunneman. “And I told many of your viewers before that it was so profound what God said.”
Kunneman’s next assertion was that the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 were a sign from heaven that Trump was meant to come to power. Trump, he said, is therefore destined to serve two or three terms because the Twin Towers and Building Seven of the former World Trade Center were destroyed.
Three buildings, three terms.
“The story started on 9/11 that he would raise up a president out of New York that would turn this nation around and for the towers that fell, God said he would give them two terms. Now some people said what was interesting about that is there was actually three towers that fell so who knows,” Kunneman said.
“Oh interesting yeah. I’ll take three terms,” an always easily awe-struck Shultz quipped.
“Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I’ll take it too,” Kunneman giggled.
“Later on God said when it was gonna happen. We have prophecies that said it would happen in the 240th year of America’s reign, 2016. So the story hasn’t changed even though people are demanding that we change, even though it looks like circumstances have said it changed. But the truth of the matter is, the story is still true,” he continued.
“President Trump won the election,” Kunneman declared. “He would be serving a second term had there not been the greatest ‘fraudgate’ in the history of the world.”
Watch below via RightWingWatch:
Self-proclaimed "prophet" Hank Kunneman repeatedly claimed that he'd been assured by God that Trump would win reelection. Despite the fact that didn't happen, Kunneman continues to insist that his prophecies were correct. pic.twitter.com/ylfUC11kS6
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) May 28, 2021
What's Your Reaction?
Brandon is a political writer for the Hill Reporter specializing in current events, breaking news, and scientific discovery. Brandon holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Indiana University. He lives in New York City.