Televangelist Jim Bakker Warns Of Assassination Plot Against Trump

Bakker Told Viewers That 100 Hitmen Have Been Hired

Jim Bakker, the pastor known for his repeated sermons concerning the end of the world, has claimed to know at least 100 people have been contracted to kill President Donald Trump of the United States. The pastor is known for his warnings about the End Times, and his products designed to survive the apocalypse.

Bakker was hosting a television interview with the author Paul McGuire. McGuirre recently published his latest book, Trumpocalypse: The End-Times President, a Battle Against the Globalist Elite, and the Countdown to Armageddon.

Bakker complained to McGuire that President Trump has repeatedly been put on trial despite him having no faults at all. He said Trump is judged a criminal even though he has not committed any crime. McGuire replied by saying that the church is to blame. He said it is the responsibility of all Christians to look out and protect the man whom God placed in White House. The author became excited. He raised his voice when he spoke about how Christians should defend the president as he expels every deceiver, skunk, two-faced liar, and scoundrel out of Washington. The author and Trump admirer said the President is what the Americans want and the latter should watch out for their leader. He reminded Bakker and the audience that Trump is a mortal and not a Superman. The president’s haters want to end his life prematurely.

McGuire also told the audience the claim made by Rodney Howard-Browne, the stridently right-wing pastor that a member of Congress told the latter that plans are afoot to assassinate President Donald J. Trump. Bakker responded enthusiastically, saying that he has been warning the general public about the same for many months now. Bakker said that a spirit had informed him that about a hundred hit men had been given a contracted to kill Trump. The preacher told the audience that Trump is so hated that his detractors want him dead. A Secret Service investigation has found zero evidence to support his claim.

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