Last month, we reported on a new right-wing movie called “AmeriGEDDON,” which features the United Nations conspiring with other nefarious actors to launch a nuclear electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack against the U.S. in order to give the government a reason to impose martial law and begin confiscating firearms.
The film’s executive producer and lead actor is Gary Heavin, the founder of the women’s fitness franchise Curves and a supporter of conservative causes, particularly the anti-abortion movement. He is also a frequent guest on InfoWars, the conspiracy theory outlet that is featured in the trailer to “AmeriGEDDON.”
Heavin promoted the movie last week on “The Jim Bakker Show,” where he said that Bakker’s program and his movie are needed because the U.S. media is pushing propaganda and lies on the American people … such as what really happened during the attacks on September 11, 2001.
Indeed, Heavin said God revealed to him the truth about 9/11:
The idea that Building No. 7, that was not even hit by a plane, could freefall from furniture burning at the speed of gravity is nonsensical, but they’ve been able to get away with that version of things because they control the message. I have to admit, I didn’t want to think about it and it wasn’t but a few years ago that I was on my ranch in Australia, just retired, I’m sitting out under a palm tree and I said, ‘Okay, God, I’ve got time now, peel the onion back,’ and that was one of the first areas of information that God revealed to me.
I’m a jet pilot and the plane that flew into the Pentagon apparently had no wings because there’s only a hole and, by the way, the hole is smaller than the fuselage of a 757, it’s about the size of a missile, and the most videoed building in the world had no video of the plane hitting the building, and, by the way, there was no debris, there were no suitcases, there were no engines. What’s preposterous is the idea that that was a plane flying into the building.
Most Americans, it’s getting close, about 50 percent of Americans today, say, ‘Wait a minute, this doesn’t make sense,’ and Donald Trump — whether you love him or hate him, sounds like you love him—has the courage to ask these questions that we get ridiculed for. And, by the way, ridicule is a strategy of the Enemy.
Heavin told Bakker that a secretive and powerful “shadow government” exists in the world “that wants us to die to have a diminished population.”
This shadow government, Heavin said, is “setting us up for disaster,” and he knows this because he has “sensed that people that are in positions of influence” neither care about nor like Americans and support the creation of “a one world government.”
He then won cheers from Bakker’s studio audience when he lashed out at the refugee resettlement program and American immigration policy, which he cited as proof that the government is deliberately attempting to incite unrest.