Trump Spiritual Adviser: “Let Every Demonic Network . . . Be Broken . . . Be Torn Down In the Name Of Jesus”

Megachurch pastor Paula White has been described as Donald Trump’s Spiritual adviser. If so, one can understand the attraction. White’s prayers sound a lot like Trump’s tweets. White gave the opening prayer for Trump’s kickoff rally and called for the destruction of “Demonic networks” in the name of Jesus. The only thing White did not proclaim is that Trump is actually the Archangel Michael.

White proclaimed “Let every demonic network that has aligned itself against the purpose, against the calling of President Trump, let it be broken, let it be torn down in the name of Jesus.”

I did not think that it could get much worse than Trump calling reporters and networks “traitors” and the “enemy of the people.” However, White is actually praying to God to intervene with “Demonic” media. She also declared that Trump would overcome the hellish plans of his opponents who she described as “the enemy”: “I declare that President Trump will overcome every strategy from hell and every strategy from the enemy.” She finished by declaring that Trump’s victory would be a “victory in the name which is above every name … the name of Jesus Christ.”

White is a proponent of prosperity theology and has been called a heretic and charlatan by other religious figures. She held an early prayer vigil for Trump to support his candidacy, including another highly controversial “prosperity gospel” preacher, Kenneth Copeland, who we have previously discussed.

The prayer this week was unnerving in its mix of hyperbolic rhetoric with religious zealotry. It was hard to tell the difference between Trump hyperbolic tweets and White’s prayer to the Almighty.

47 thoughts on “Trump Spiritual Adviser: “Let Every Demonic Network . . . Be Broken . . . Be Torn Down In the Name Of Jesus””

  1. His mother was a presbyterian, his wife to the extent she’s religiously observant is Catholic, and his daughter converted to judaism. Trump himself isn’t known to have any religious sentiment you can see with the naked eye. This woman is a hopeless mess (married 3x) who runs a megachurch in Orlando. Does the Trump Organization own any property in Orlando? How does she get promoted to the President’s ‘spiritual adviser’?

    1. ‘She (White) said Trump called her out of the blue one day, repeated three of her televised sermons “verbatim”, and said she had the “it factor”.’

      https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/mar/27/paula-white-donald-trump-pastor-evangelicals

      Excerpt:

      By then, White was broadcasting across regional Christian television – which also broadcast to Mar-a-Lago – and on BET. Her church had grown to nearly 20,000 members, making it one of the largest in the country. She said Trump called her out of the blue one day, repeated three of her televised sermons “verbatim”, and said she had the “it factor”.

      She began spending more time in New York and eventually bought an apartment in Trump’s Park Avenue building with Randy (it is on the market now for $3.9m; the price was recently reduced).

      White attributes the relationship to an “assignment” from God, who “said show him who I am”, White said.

      “I encounter thousands of people, millions of people, over the course of ministry, but there’s been a handful of people that I knew was, like, this was direct assignment,” said White. God’s calling to her, she said, was “directly regarding Trump”.

  2. Those who “see” “demonic networks” are out of their minds… Paula White simply has her Christian fanatic wing-nut gig in order to put food on the table. Not that she’s insincere in her hallucinations, merely deluded; she has no choice due to the role she is playing. And of course Trump likes her, such a sexy God-lady….

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