Watch Trump’s Spiritual Adviser Go Completely Off The Rails In Bizarre Speech To Congregation
Paula Whitefield, President Trump’s spiritual advisor, went on an utterly bizarre gospel at the Apostle Guillermo Maldonado’s church in Florida, saying she literally went “to the Throne of God.”
“I literally went to the Throne Room of God,” she said. “There was a mist that was coming off the water, and I went to the throne of God, and I didn’t see God’s face clearly, but I saw the face of God … I knew it was the face of God.”
Do you need a passport to travel to the Throne Room?
“He put a mantle [on me] and it was a very distinct mantle,” White continued. “There was a mantle, and I saw it very distinctly, the color was like a goldish, a yellowish goldish … and then I saw the Earth for a moment, and [God] brought me back, and he put me in certain places, one being the White House, one being certain continents.”
“I didn’t come out of that really until the next morning,” White reported.
And here we thought former Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann used to be the most unhinged church lady. Good times!
White, a multi-millionaire charlatan in the vein of Joel Osteen, was lambasted earlier this month after telling Christians to ignore paying their mortgages utility bills and instead give the money to her”
“So let’s just say I get paid $1,000 and I pay my mortgage first or I pay, what’s the electric company here? FPL. I pay FPL first instead of bringing the first tenth to the house of God every week, which clearly is instructed throughout the word of God, White said last week, referring to the Florida Power & Light Company.”
So basically poor people should literally sit in the dark or live on the streets because that’s what God wants?
One of the most inexplicable things about this Matrix-like simulation in which we live has been evangelicals unwavering support of President Trump. Perhaps it’s due to having super Jesus freak Mike Pence as vice president or Trump’s Israeli policy, but the fact remains that he’s still widely popular among white evangelical Christians.