Florida Megapastor Claims COVID-19 Vaccine ‘Preparing the Structure for the Antichrist’
Florida Megapastor Guillermo Maldonado dedicated his Sunday sermon to denounce COVID-19 vaccines.
Maldonado’s reasoning was that the issuance of vaccine passports, which show that a person has been vaccinated, is really just a cover story that the powers that be are “preparing the structure for the Antichrist.”
Maldonado, who is not a doctor or any other type of medical professional, urged his congregation that getting inoculated willl brandish people with “the mark of the beast,” referring to a prophecy in the Book of Revelation that the End Times are upon us:
…And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is 666.
Maldonado is certain of that.
“People, I want you to look at me. That is exactly what is happening with COVID-19. They’re preparing the structure for the Antichrist,” said Maldonao. “How? The vaccine. They’re gonna demand for you to have the vaccine in your passport, otherwise you will not be able to travel. Because they are preparing the way. The vaccines, they are made to alter your DNA.”
Maldonado then claimed that he “heard the case of a nine-year-old girl… she got the vaccine… she could speak normally… she was a normal girl.” That is, until she received her COVID-19 vaccination.
“Suddenly, she stopped talking,” Maldonado said of the unidentified girl. He did not provide any sources, witness statements, or scientific data to substantiate his story.
“The vaccines are made to change your DNA,” Maldonado reiterated, based solely upon a girl who chose not to speak after getting an injection. This is completely false.
Maldonado offered an alternative means of protection against the coronavirus – one with a proven track record against deadly diseases – prayer.
“They are made to trace you down, track you down. Do not put the vaccine. Believe in the blood of Jesus. Believe in divine immunity,” Maldonado added.
Good luck with all that.
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