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Pro-Trump ‘Prophet’ Has Bold Prediction About Fulton County Arrest

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Pastor and self-proclaimed "prophet" Hank Kunneman.
Evangelical pastor and self-proclaimed "prophet" Hank Kunneman. (Screenshot)

As the news swirled about Donald Trump’s arrest at Fulton County Jail on a 13-count indictment, Pastor and self-proclaimed “prophet” Hank Kunneman took his holy imagination on a wild ride, branding the Georgia indictment against the former president and his entourage as the handiwork of the horned fellow downstairs. The charges against Trump include allegations of racketeering and forgery in his quest to undo his loss to Joe Biden in the 2020 election.

And let’s not forget about the supporting cast. Rudy Giuliani, the loyal sidekick, is strutting his legal stuff after his “very, very honored” arrest. Apparently, Giuliani’s legal defense fund is getting a posh boost, all thanks to an upcoming Trump-themed fundraising extravaganza. You can almost hear the champagne corks popping at the Trump National Golf Club.

According to pastor Kunneman, however, the whole ordeal happened after the devil went down to Georgia and God’s brewing up a storm in the Peach State to reveal evidence that’ll make liberals repent.

“Georgia and what they’re trying to do is gonna backfire, they’re gonna all need a bunch of Tums,” Kunneman said in a video posted on X, formerly Twitter, by Right Wing Watch. “And what they don’t realize is, what the devil went down to try to steal the soul of the nation, God is gonna use Georgia to absolutely now bring evidence to the forefront across this country that they’re gonna wish they never did that which they thought they could do to the people of this country.”

Kunneman, preaching amidst a symphony of cheers and tunes at the Lord of Hosts Church in Omaha, Nebraska, gave the media a tongue-lashing for having the audacity to be believed.

He then proceeded to evangelize that God has always been in the fortune-telling business, conveniently fitting the prophetic narrative of the day.

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Meanwhile, Julie Green, another self-professed prophet and Trump’s number one fan, is convinced that these indictments are about to implode, like a legal fireworks show. With a dramatic flourish, she pledges that the narrative shredding will be epic—cue the suspenseful music. Yup, she’s practically taken her crystal ball to the dry cleaner’s in preparation for the imminent chaos.

Indeed. In a world where spiritual seers are turning political pundits, and holy prophecies are mingling with legal wrangling, Georgia might just be the hottest ticket in town for the cosmic showdown of the century.

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