Pastor Who Claimed His Prayers Averted Anti-Trump Attack Refuses To Provide Details To Secret Service Because It’s ‘Not My Problem’

Earlier this month, as news was beginning to break about a meeting that Donald Trump Jr. held with a representative of the Russian government during his father’s 2016 campaign, President Trump invited a number of Religious Right leaders to the Oval Office, where they laid hands on the president and prayed for him.

Leading the prayer was “Holy Laughter” pastor Rodney Howard-Browne, who later claimed that the prayer was meant to avert a “planned attack” that Luciferian forces were concocting to remove the president from office, which Howard-Browne said he had learned about from a member of Congress.

It turns out Howard-Browne’s talk of this supposed “planned attack” drew the attention of the Secret Service, but they were out of luck when they asked him for more details. In an interview on End Times broadcaster Rick Wiles’ “TruNews” program on Thursday, Howard-Browne said that he had been visited by members of the Secret Service who wanted to know more about this supposed plot to take out the president, but he refused to provide them with any information.

“Somebody reported me to the Secret Service, so they came over” he claimed. “Three guys, we sat and talked; very nice people and they wanted to know who the congressman was. I said, ‘I can’t tell you that, it was pastoral privilege.’ I said, ‘I prayed for him’ and he said, ‘So, it was like a confession?’ I said, ‘Yeah, I can’t tell you. I’m not going to tell you, I can’t tell you, it’s impossible.'”

“If the Secret Service in Washington, D.C., don’t know what’s coming down, then why should somebody from Tampa?” Howard-Browne added. “This is a senior member of Congress. If he actually knew anything, he would inform the Secret Service himself. It’s not my problem.”