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Donald Trump’s personal pastor calling for ‘angelic enforcement’ and speaking in tongues for election victory is now obviously a meme

Lily Wakefield November 5, 2020
Paula White

Anti-LGBT+ pastor Paula White prayed for two-and-a-half hours straight for the re-election of Donald Trump. (Paula White/ Facebook)

Donald Trump’s spiritual advisor Paula White gave an unsettling prayer service calling for “angels from Africa” to ensure the president’s re-election and chanting in tongues.

She has, of course, now become a meme.

On Wednesday (November 4) White began a marathon two-and-a-half hour long prayer session livestreamed on Facebook to, allegedly, cement the re-election of Donald Trump.

She began by claiming: “We have spiritual intelligence, natural intelligence, in saying to you that God’s decision has been made. The church must enforce some things in the realm of the Earth.

“We must take authority over ever demonic spirit… I’m not going to play around with things here, I’m just going to go directly into what we know.

“Prophet Gideon called and he said that there was a sudden breath of life breathed into this campaign on the other side.”

Prophet Gideon Danso is a Ghanaian pastor with whom White has spoken with several times before, and who claims to be one of “God’s end-time prophets”.

But if it started bizarre, it soon got even weirder.

In a clip circulating on Twitter, the homophobic pastor is seen calling for God to “strike and strike and strike and strike and strike and strike and strike and strike and strike and strike until you have victory”, complete with Psycho-esque hand motions.

She goes on to say in a monotone voice: “You will give us victory. I hear a sound of abundance of rain. I hear a sound of victory. I hear a sound of shouting and singing. I hear a sound of victory. I hear a sound of abundance of rain. I hear a sound of victory. I hear a sound of abundance of rain. I hear a sound of victory.

“The Lord says it is done. The Lord says it is done. The Lord says it is done. For I hear victory, victory, victory, victory. In the corners of heaven. In the corners of heaven. Victory, victory, victory, victory, victory, victory.”

Unexpectedly, she suddenly starts speaking in tongues, before continuing: “For angels have even dispatched from Africa right now, Africa right now, Africa right now. From Africa right now.

“They’re coming here. They’re coming here. In the name of Jesus. From South America, they’re coming here, they’re coming here, they’re coming here, they’re coming here, they’re coming here.

“From Africa. From South America. Angelic forces. Angelic reinforcement. Angelic reinforcement. Angelic reinforcement. Angelic reinforcement.”

Her bizarre and rhythmic chanting was begging for a remix, and in a situation in which we have to either laugh or cry, Twitter has delivered.

From original remixes, to combining the Paula White prayer session with the backing track from “Without Me” by Eminem, social media users allowed their creativity to flow.

Some people got rid of her prayer, branded the “worst freestyle rap ever”, and just made the most of her unusual dance moves.

Apparently not yet completely exhausted, Paula White is conducting yet another prayer marathon on Thursday (November 5).

 

 

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