Jim Bakker

Brigitte Gabriel: Elect Trump To Save Western Civilization

Brigitte Gabriel, the head of the grassroots anti-Muslim group ACT for America, was the guest on televangelist Jim Bakker’s program for two days last week, where she focused in particular on her efforts to stop the resettlement of Muslim refugees in the U.S.

Gabriel attacked the charities, many of them faith-based, that work with the government to resettle refugees, claiming that “it’s all about money” for them.

Bakker agreed, announcing, “Listen, write it on the screen, Mr. Director, or the editors, or who whoever works on this show, ‘The love of money is the root of all evil.’” He speculated that these religious charities don’t “understand the infiltration that’s already taken place” with refugees.

“I think if this election doesn’t change things, I don’t see America surviving as we knew it for much longer,” Bakker said. “It is not, anyway. Christian America is no longer, of course, Christian America.”

“This election is an election about survival,” Gabriel, a Trump supporter, agreed. “And not just the survival of the United States, but the survival of western civilization, because America is the superpower of western civilization. And this is why this is our chance to make sure we put someone in the White House who understands how to protect the country.”

Jim Bakker: Hillary Clinton's Pneumonia Was God's Warning Of Imminent Collapse—So Order Food Buckets!

Televangelist Jim Bakker claimed on his program last week that the pneumonia that caused Hillary Clinton to grow faint and leave a 9/11 memorial event in New York this month was in fact a sign from God that a “collapse” is coming and that people should buy survivalist products from his ministry.

Bakker told his studio audience that “something’s going on” to cause people to start ordering food buckets and generators from his ministry. “You know, when you move with the prophets, you know when things are happening,” he said.

He revealed that that “something” has to do with the election, and specifically with Clinton’s health episode at the 9/11 memorial.

The September 11, 2001, attacks were “probably the most stern warning God every gave to America,” he said.

Clinton, he said, collapsed on “the 15th anniversary of 9/11 and she was at 9/11, she was at and on the spot of 9/11.”

“Tell me, is God trying to tell us something?” he asked.

“There’s a collapse coming, much bigger than that collapse,” he said in answer to his own question. “That was the prophetic signal that that would be, on 9/11, at 9/11—give me the odds for that happening—where the towers came down 15 years ago to that day. It’s time to be ready.”

Jim Bakker: The Devil Wants To Kill Donald Trump

Televangelist Jim Bakker warned last week that the devil is out to “kill” Donald Trump because of his opposition to abortion rights.

Bakker boasted about a 1979 interview he conducted with Ronald Reagan, in which the future president reportedly said that “America will become Sodom and Gomorrah” if the country doesn’t change its ways.

“They were saying the same things about him that they are saying about Trump today,” Bakker said. “The reason I mention Trump is because he is pro-life. He believes in protecting our borders.”

Trump, he said, now faces satanic attacks as a result of his opposition to abortion rights and desire to overturn Roe v. Wade: “They will kill for that. They will kill him for that. The devil, the demons of hell, will come out to protect the killing of babies. The devil loves to kill—tried to kill Jesus, tried to kill Moses at birth.”

Jim Bakker: Hillary Clinton's Election Could Usher In God's Wrath

Televangelist Jim Bakker warned yesterday that Hillary Clinton’s election could lead to God’s wrath on American and the country “could reap horrendous times” if voters make the wrong choice in November.

Bakker has spent the week discussing the presidential election with fellow televangelist Rick Joyner; both are Donald Trump supporters and have warned of various dire consequences if Clinton wins the White House.

Bakker said yesterday that “it will probably be the most important election ever in the history of the United States of America,” in part due to the vacancy on the Supreme Court, and could lead to divine wrath if voters pick the wrong candidate.

“If we continue to turn our back” on God, Bakker said, “America could reap horrendous times; perilous times will come.”

In a previous program, Bakker said that Clinton’s election would be God’s judgment on America.

Rick Joyner: Many People Say Obama Is A Secret Muslim Using Taqiyya

Last week, Rick Joyner revealed to his fellow conservative televangelist Jim Bakker that he is giving spiritual advice to Donald Trump.

Joyner, it seems, has been spending so much time with Trump that he has even adopted his rhetorical style, claiming that a lot of people are saying that President Obama is a secret Muslim and he is just asking whether Obama is using taqiyya to keep his true faith a secret.

After insisting that approximately 400 million Muslims are radicals bent on murdering Americans, Joyner said, “I know there’s an overwhelming amount of evidence and a lot of people believe he is a Muslim and using taqiyya.”

Regardless of whether Obama is secretly Muslim or has been deceived by dark spirits, he added, it is clear that the president’s work is “doing great damage to us, great damage to Christianity and great damage to our country.”

Robert Maginnis: Witches 'Advise The Senior Leadership Of The Country'

Televangelist Jim Bakker hosted Robert Maginnis, a retired Army lieutenant colonel and Family Research Council senior fellow on his program today, and questioned Maginnis about President Obama’s nomination of a Muslim-American attorney to be a federal judge.

Bakker saw the nomination as a sign that the Obama administration gives “preferential treatment” to Muslims while “the cross is being degraded in America, the Christians are being—the very thing Jesus said would happen in the Last Days, that we would be, because we serve God, we would be attacked, we would be hated for the name of Christ’s sake. It seems like our nation is kinder to other faiths and Christianity is being put down further and further and further.”

Maginnis wholeheartedly agreed, claiming that “the persecution against Christians” is rampant in the Pentagon and that the Obama administration “is aggressive against Christians.”

He even said that he had “personally met” with witches who told him that they are advising high-ranking government officials in Washington, D.C. “I know that there’s demonic forces in that city,” he said. “I have personally met people that refer to themselves as witches, people that say they advise the senior leadership of the country. We invite within the federal government people to advise us and often some of those advisers, I think, have evil motivations, things that you and I would not approve of.”

Jim Bakker: Supporters Of The Constitution Are Mysteriously Dying

Yesterday, televangelist Jim Bakker told viewers that people “speaking up for our Constitution” are mysteriously dying and that more suspicious deaths will take place in the future.

“You want to know why the church has been shut up? Why no one is talking about what’s going on?” he asked. “We’re being monitored. Hi guys. We might as well wave to them. The Bible says I gotta love you so I’m gonna try. There’s monitoring groups—I won’t name them right now because I don’t want to get into a fight with them—they do nothing but monitor all speech, especially religious speech and anyone who is speaking out on the opposite side of what they believe, and they are studying every word we speak and anyone who is speaking for freedom, the old fashion, the Constitution, all that, they want us off the air.”

After cautioning viewers not to use certain “key words” on the phone, Bakker said that “if you see spokespeople and people who are speaking up for our Constitution and for the other side, you might say, than what’s popular today, just remember if you see them dying in car accidents, plane wrecks and all kinds of things, look into it a little deeper, a lot of that’s going around.”

God Tells Jim Bakker Not To Believe The Polls Showing Trump Losing

Last week, televangelist Jim Bakker recounted a recent discussion he had with God about the state of the presidential race. God, Bakker said, hinted to him that the polls showing Donald Trump trailing Hillary Clinton are wrong: “I said, ‘God, what’s going on?’ I said, ‘It looks like Trump’s not gonna make it the way it’s going.’ And do you want to know what God said to me? He said, ‘You know, the polls could be wrong.’”

Bakker reported that God told him that Trump voters live in fear of anti-Trump “hatemongers” and as a result are reluctant to express their support for the GOP presidential nominee to pollsters.

“He said, ‘The people are in fear in this country, the church is in fear,’” Bakker recalled, “and he said, ‘They’re afraid to even say that they’re voting for Trump. They don’t want to tell anybody. They’re afraid.’ Now, I’m not saying I’m right, I’m just saying this is what happened this week, a few days, a few hours ago. Donald Trump fans are afraid to say they’re on his side because they are in fear of the hatemongers, they’re afraid for their lives.”

Jim Bakker: Hillary Clinton's Election Would Be God's Judgment On America

Televangelist Jim Bakker said today that God could deliver the presidency to Hillary Clinton as a sign that he is judging America with “immature leadership.”

“God says, ‘I’m God and if I choose Trump he’ll be elected and if I choose Hillary—’ and I’ll tell you what, God could allow Hillary to be elected because God sends judgment to a nation by giving them what the Bible says is immature leadership,” Bakker said.

Bakker added that “without a miracle in America,” Donald Trump is “going to be the closest thing probably to a Christian that America would ever elect. It’s over, people.”

Steve Quayle: Maybe A 'Made-up Epidemic' Will Postpone The Election

Last week, End Times prophets Jim Bakker and Steve Quayle discussed the upcoming presidential election, which Quayle warned may never even take place because of a deliberate effort to crash the economy or start a new war.

He even floated the possibility of the election being canceled because of “a made-up epidemic, an intentionally loosed bioweapon and in order to live you’ve got to take their vaccine.”

Bakker, meanwhile, said that we wouldn’t even have had to bother with the election if we had just made a deal with Trump two years ago that if he fixed the city of Detroit he would automatically be elected president.

“Two years ago, we should’ve given Trump Detroit, Michigan, and said, ‘If you can fix Detroit we’ll elect you president of the United States,’” he said. “He fixed New York!”

Steve Quayle: Louisiana Flooding Was The Work Of 'A Weather Weapon'

Last week, televangelist Jim Bakker spoke with End Times radio host Steve Quayle, who warned that America is experiencing a “generated famine” but that government elites are stockpiling food in their “underground bases.”

The government knows that “if you control the weather, you control the food; you control the food, you control the people,” he said.

He then suggested that the recent deadly flooding in Louisiana was the work of a government “weather weapon”: “This is what’s going on in Louisiana: There was a standing wave in Louisiana, that’s a weather weapon and weather weapons are real. And people, they knew it was going to come but they still stayed and that’s what’s tragic because weather weapons are real.”

“What you’re watching is a nation under siege,” he said.

Trump Adviser: God Will Judge America If We Don't Elect Donald Trump

Last month, pastor Ramiro Peña spoke with televangelist Jim Bakker about his role as an adviser to Donald Trump, warning that if Trump isn’t elected president in November, God will judge America for failing to support a candidate who would try to do away with abortion rights.

“When a nation continues to go that direction, it will come under God’s judgment,” he said. “We need to ask God to have mercy on our nation and if we’re waiting for a perfect candidate to come along, don’t hold your breath, we will never have a perfect candidate. People, especially of my culture, say to me, ‘How can you support Mr. Trump when he has said these things?’ Look, I know what the other side looks like and it is so bad. Mr. Trump has said specifically, ‘I will appoint pro-life justices to the United States Supreme Court.’”

Peña added that while Hillary Clinton would hand the Supreme Court over to a “pro-abortion, pro-gay-marriage philosophy,” Trump would help the country “get back to the biblical values that founded our nation, a nation that was founded for God.”

Later, Peña cited the writings of Chuck Pierce, a self-proclaimed prophet, to suggest that God is raising up Trump’s candidacy, while Bakker’s co-host Zach Drew cited “prophet” Rick Joyner’s claim that “patriotism is going to win in America” because the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl victory was a message from God.

Jim Bakker: People Are Trying To Kill Me For Believing The Bible

Televangelist Jim Bakker, who has been warning his viewers that he is on the verge of getting shut down and thrown into jail as America collapses, told his audience last month that people are trying to kill him and other pastors simply for preaching from the Bible.

“If you disagree today with somebody who disagrees with the Bible and you speak, but they have an agenda and if you won’t stop, they are going to kill you,” he said. “Do you understand this? We have never lived in a day of our time, in our history of America, where you couldn’t have an opposite opinion. Now they’re determined to wipe out all of those who disagree with them. That to me is hideous. Protesting is one thing if you do it quietly and hold up a sign and say I don’t agree with you; killing you—that’s what they’re calling for now, they’re calling for death.”

While Bakker didn’t say who was trying to kill him, the program showed news clips about the shootings of police officers and a Breitbart article about random Twitter users calling for the death of policemen.

Trump Adviser: God Is Using Donald Trump To Save America

Last month, Donald Trump campaign adviser and Baptist preacher Ramiro Peña appeared on “The Jim Bakker Show” to discuss his work with the GOP presidential nominee, whom Peña sees as God’s candidate in the race.

Bakker kicked things off by warning that President Obama wants to “federalize the local police,” which Peña said “was too much of a reflection of Nazi Germany and the takeover, federalizing everything, it’s just too spooky and it’s just wrongheaded all the way around.”

The conversation then turned to floating debunked conspiracy theories about George Soros fomenting race riots in order to bring America down, which prompted Peña to declare that Trump could be the leader who saves America from destruction.

Peña likened Trump to Cyrus the Great, the Persian king revered for liberating the Jews, saying that regardless of Trump’s personal faith, “the Lord can choose a person and use a person whether he knows him or not.”

Despite Trump’s record in the gambling business, Peña explained, the GOP nominee is clearly God’s candidate: “If God was to choose Donald Trump to raise up and he’s the one He wants to use, then who am I to say no?”

Trump Adviser: 'The Lord Is Raising Up' Trump To 'Make America A Leader Again'

Last week, televangelist Jim Bakker invited pastor Ramiro Peña of Christ the King Baptist Church of Waco, Texas, onto his program to discuss the upcoming presidential election.

Peña has been a vocal supporter of Donald Trump: He is a member of the National Hispanic Advisory Council for Trump and prayed at an event for Hispanic conservatives at the Republican National Convention and at a meeting between Trump and Hispanic leaders.

After Bakker claimed that Trump will rebuild America’s infrastructure, noting that “Jesus was a builder,” Peña declared that God “is raising up spiritual leaders across the land.”

“I believe the Lord is raising up one such as Mr. Trump to lead,” he said, “to give leadership to the nation and make America a leader again.”

Bakker, for his part, has repeatedly praised Trump and has promoted a prophetic message that God will put Trump in the White House.

Jim Bakker: Atomic Strike 'Wouldn't Do Any More Damage That What Abortion Has Done'

Last week, televangelist Jim Bakker declared that legal abortion is a sign that we are in the Last Days, expressing shock that anyone would favor abortion rights.

“People are literally, it’s a big thing in the news right now, they’re having nervous breakdowns over the political campaign,” he said, “because there’s people who feel so strongly on both sides. Isn’t it amazing, people are so strong that they want to kill babies, that they’re fighting for the right to kill babies?”

He added: “If an atomic bomb had dropped on America, it wouldn’t do any more damage than what abortion has done.”

Alveda King: Where Are The Lawyers For Embryos And Fetuses?

Last week, Alveda King spoke with televangelist Jim Bakker about everything from terrorist population schemes to how Hillary Clinton will “usher in the Antichrist,” often returning to the subject of abortion.

After Bakker declared that “the devil loves abortion” and lamented that “the modern woman says ‘I can kill my baby if I want to,’” King asked, “Where is the lawyer for the baby?”

Where is the lawyer for the baby? A woman has a right to choose what she does with her body, where is the lawyer for the baby? I ask mothers all the time, I said, ‘Okay, we’ll give you the right. You don’t want to carry that baby for nine months, just don’t kill the baby. Figure it out. If you can figure out how not to kill the baby and not birth the baby then we can have another discussion. And there is no answer to that. Nine months is not a long time. So we have to know that the baby is a person.

King, an anti-choice activist and Fox News contributor, urged viewers to reflect on the importance of the Supreme Court, saying that future appointees “must be justices who fear God, who understand that God is not mocked.”

“We’re dealing with emotions in a woman, ‘I don’t feel like carrying a baby for nine months, da da da.’ Well, it’s not always about what we feel, it’s about what’s right,” she said.

Alveda King: Terrorists 'Pray' That We Have Abortions

Alveda King, an anti-choice activist and Fox News contributor, appeared on “The Jim Bakker Show” last week to warn that legal abortion is depopulating America, which helps the terrorists win.

“Islamic terrorists pray that Americans will continue to abort our babies,” she said, “so that we will diminish. And as they come in, they’re going to have 10, 15, 20 babies, so they want us to continue to decrease our population so that they can increase, just by sheer numbers. Even in Atlanta, there’s so many mosques, I drive around and I said ‘Oh my goodness,’ and they have big families. So they say, ‘Abort your babies, oh yeah!’ They’ll even act like it’s okay, but they’ll say, ‘Oh no, we’re not aborting ours.’”

Bakker added: “Very wealthy people building mosques even in towns where they don’t have any people to go to them.”

King then claimed that abortion providers specifically target the black community, pushing the long-running anti-choice myth that groups like Planned Parenthood are bent on committing black genocide, and linked her opposition to abortion rights to the Black Lives Matter movement.

Roe v. Wade, she said, has led to a whole host of problems plaguing the black community: “You know, prior to ‘73, certainly in the black community, there were less strokes, heart attacks and all that thing, after ‘73, with all that, the numbers went up in every community but certainly in the black community because abortion is connected to strokes, heart attacks, depression, drug addiction and on and on. So you see all of this, even in prison.” 

Pro-Trump Televangelist Jim Bakker: America Could 'Blaspheme God' In The Presidential Election

Televangelist Jim Bakker said on his program last week that he is in “agony” over the state of our nation, telling viewers that the upcoming presidential election will determine if America commits blasphemy or seeks God’s blessing.

Bakker, who has promoted the prophecy that God is raising Donald Trump to the presidency, claimed that “this next election can determine the full direction of this country, whether we are going to blaspheme God almighty, the one who founded America."

He alleged that “God let his hand come back” during the September 11, 2001, attacks “as a warning to this nation to turn back to God.”

Alveda King: Hillary Clinton Wants To 'Usher In The Antichrist'

Last week, anti-choice activist and Fox News contributor Alveda King appeared on “The Jim Bakker Show,” where she warned that Hillary Clinton is paving the way for the Antichrist.

During a discussion about how ISIS imposes the discriminatory jizya tax on Christians in its territory, King interjected to claim that Clinton “said basically, Christians and religious people in America need to set aside their religious beliefs and serve secular humanism, and in that point she was saying abortion or the thing with ISIS, and she really has said that we are going to have to learn in America to set aside our religious beliefs. And so I was saying, what she’s really saying is, usher in the Antichrist. She actually did say that.”

Clinton, of course, actually did not say that.

Here is the excerpt of the speech that King referenced:

Yes, we've nearly closed the global gender gap in primary school, but secondary school remains out of reach for so many girls around the world. Yes, we've increased the number of countries prohibiting domestic violence, but still more than half the nations in the world have no such laws on the books, and an estimated one in three women still experience violence. Yes, we've cut the mortality rate in half, but far too many women are still denied critical access to reproductive health care and safe childbirth.

All the laws we've passed don't count for much if they're not enforced. Rights have to exist in practice, not just on paper. Laws have to be backed up with resources and political will. And deep seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed.

As I have said, and as I believe, the advancement of the full participation of women and girls in every aspect of their societies is the great unfinished business of the twenty-first century, and not just for women but for everyone — and not just in far away countries but right here in the United States."
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