It appears that I was correct about the “signaling” Trump used to his followers in his recent video (shared at bottom of the Coup & Coverup post). They still missed the words that Trump used to make sure they understood his message.
There is a lot we’re only just now being told – U.S. says Capitol rioters meant to ‘capture and assassinate’ officials. Prosecutors are stating that this was an assassination plot. And then there is this tidbit:
“Chansley has spoken openly about his belief that he is an alien, a higher being, and he is here on Earth to ascend to another reality,”
Why is this so strange? Isn’t this exactly what Christians believe? John 15:19 “If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.” They also believe that they will ascend to another reality.
Many Q followers, connedspiracy theorists and agitators believe that they are responding to a “higher power” which authorizes them to commit sedition and treason if necessary. There are tons of videos available where journalists have interviewed Trump followers claiming this authority. Christianity has been thoroughly hijacked by Trump followers to provide “cover” for dangerous beliefs and even more dangerous behavior.
Graham is a true nutball who has been perpetuating the lies that Trump himself has claimed. Both Graham and Trump of course, use their positions to deceive their followers, something I’m sure we all know. But here’s the thing: NONE of the predictions surrounding Trump by either Christians or “Q” came true. There were thousands of these claims. But this didn’t stop these cult-followers or dissuade them in any way. Some Christians even elevated Trump to god-like status and still refuse to accept the election results.
Trumpism is definitely a cult and it is affecting (still) millions of people, in and out of America. Trumpist have rallied around the Trump “message” and the End Time Christian belief systems that warped themselves around him, posing a clear and present danger to America, culminating in an attack upon our leadership. While I do not particularly even like any members in government, what I despise even more is dangerous behavior. I’ve seen countless posts where Christians claim Trump will bring about Armageddon and biblical fulfillment. I know from extensive research and fact-checking, that the only way a Biblical event or Armageddon would ever occur is because these followers would have forced it to happen.
God does not support Donald J. Trump, or any of these deluded people. Their attempts to fulfill their fantasies, prophecy and wishes are not anything more then their own actions at work. It has and will continue to result in total failure. Yet, For some Christians, the Capitol riot doesn’t change the prophecy: Trump will be president.
“Anyone who think this ends tonight is totally mistaken … you are still the president and we need you to stay on the front lines, sir,” prophet Mario Bramnick, one of Trump’s faith advisers, said Jan. 7.
“We thank God for exposing and foiling all the plans of the enemy set against him. We affirm his lawful election and pray for four more years with Donald Trump as our president!” the 24/7 National Strategic Prayer Call, a 10,000-member Arkansas-based ministry that hosts weekly live prayer calls, told its listeners Monday.
Everything that is now happening, all the “fallout” and arrests, charges, imprisonment and prosecution, all the extremely elevated surveillance, all the “rights” being “taken away”, all the suspicion, all the hate, anger and division, all the broken families and divorces happening because of these bizarre, outrageous and completely fabricate belief is their fault. They brought this all upon themselves and upon the rest of us too.
The entire country is suffering from PTSD now. We’re exhausted, tired and worn out from waiting for the next shoe to drop. We know it is not over. Nothing has been done yet to heal the country. Christians and Trump supporters, followers and loyalists are still in play and in place. Traitors in government are still in office. Militia groups and other cult memberships are actively planning more insurrection. We’re well passed the point where there is a single solid unifying “reason” for their rage. There are many reasons, but many of them are imagined and are leading millions astray.
We really do have a massive mental health crisis in America. Donald Trump has appropriated conspiracy and Christianity for his own end. Trump claimed that only Jesus Christ is more famous than him and many people bought into this lie. If anything, Trump would be the Antichrist depicted in the Bible, yet millions of Christians totally fail to see this.
Paula White, Trump’s “personal evangelist”, and a White House aide embraced heresy with her support of Trump as did many, many others (millions). Who do you think those people are that publically claimed that they’d be “willing to die for him”? They were all Christians.
Trump’s white, so-called “Christian” supporters did nothing to challenge, let alone condemn, his lies about the 2020 presidential election. Robert Jeffress, Jack Graham, Franklin Graham, Paula White, Richard Land, Albert Mohler, Kenneth Copeland and Mike Huckabee did not call on Trump to stop lying. They were conspicuously silent while Trump incited his supporters to threaten politicians who refused to go along with his false claims about the 2020 presidential election.
“Trump’s white, so-called ‘Christian’ supporters did nothing to challenge, let alone condemn, his lies.” These self-proclaimed “Christians” have not been condemned by their congregations or their so-called “evangelical” peers.
It should be self-explanatory that dangerous beliefs are well, dangerous. America and the entire world has put up with dangerous beliefs of all types and we’ve seen their results. Right now, Americans are eyeing other Americans with suspicion, probably more so then ever before. I know the reason this is happening and it predates the Capitol attack by thousands of years.
Trump made it much worse by appropriating something he actually despised, Christianity. His Christian followers for the most part, never caught on to this grand deception, and neither did any of his non-Christian followers. They all fell for the delusion that Trump was something more then what was obvious to everyone else, because these millions of people couldn’t even see what was right in front of them the whole time.