Kyle Mantyla reports at Right Wing Watch:
Right-wing evangelist Lance Wallnau streamed a video on his Facebook page last Friday in which he proudly declared himself to be a Christian nationalist.
Religious-right leaders have tried to claim that Christian nationalism is nothing but a myth, insisting that warnings about right-wing activists trying to infuse their religious beliefs into government to turn the United States into a fundamentalist Christian nation are nothing but “an attempt to drive conservative Christians out of the public square,” as Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council recently argued.
Wallnau, by contrast, was quite open about his intentions as he urged former President Donald Trump to begin holding public rallies again and to infuse them with right-wing Christianity in order to bring about a revival in the United States.
Read the full article. And watch the clip, in which Wallnau declares that he’ll use the “flag of God” and Trump rallies to bring about a Christian theocracy.
PREVIOUSLY ON JMG: Wallnau cures Rush Limbaugh’s terminal cancer in the name of Jesus. Wallnau claims there are “high levels of angelic activity” at Trump’s DC hotel. Wallnau claims the MAGAbomber was possessed by Satan to make Trump look bad. Wallnau claims the Charlottesville Nazis were “paid actors” because right wing white supremacists do not exist. Wallnau declares that God killed Antonin Scalia to “wake up America” on how much they needed Trump. Wallnau “takes authority” over Hurricane Maria in the name of Jesus, orders it not to hit Puerto Rico. Wallnau claims Hurricane Irma bypassed Mar-A-Lago because Trump is under God’s protection. Wallnau releases the “Jezebel spirit” on Robert Mueller. Wallnau prays to protect Trump from witches, jinxes, and demons that jump into dogs. Wallnau prays for God to “unleash his holy sword” and smite Trump’s enemies. Wallnau claims angels literally dusted his face with gold flakes as a reward for loving Trump. Wallnau prays away obstruction of justice charges against Trump in the name of Jesus. Wallnau claims a gay bar owner was “cured of homosexuality” after eating a slice of anointed cake.