So-called “firefighter prophet” and radical conspiracy theorist Mark Taylor appeared on Greg Hunter’s “USAWatchdog” program yesterday, where he insisted that the electoral “red tsunami” he had prophesied had come true but that people simply can’t see it because they do not operate in the prophetic spiritual sphere like he does.
Like fellow self-proclaimed “prophet” Kat Kerr, Taylor spent the weeks leading up to the midterm elections boldly proclaiming that Republicans were going to wipe out Democrats as a “red tsunami” swept across the nation:
“Go back to 2016 to the presidential election – all the fake news, the pundits, the polls were all wrong as we found out,” Taylor said. “It was just the exact opposite of what they were saying. So the same thing’s going to happen here.”
“There will be no ‘Blue Wave.’ A lot of people are talking about a ‘Red Wave,’ but it’s actually going to be a ‘Red Tsunami’ is what the Lord is showing me,” he continued.
“Because you’re seeing things right now; you’re seeing the resignations; you’re seeing the highest amount of resignations ever,” Taylor said. “You’re seeing people resign; people like Paul Ryan are saying they’re not running again.”
“So you’re gonna see this ‘Red Tsunami’ really take effect all the way across the country at state, local and federal levels,” he said.
Though the actual results did not match what he had prophesied, Taylor is nonetheless standing by his prophecy.
“What does it take to create a tsunami?” he asked. “It takes an earthquake. This is what God is saying: ‘The election is not over, this red tsunami has got to be started by an earthquake.’ We had the red wave; the earthquake was [Jeff] Sessions stepping aside. The delay is over. They are going after these people hard.”
Taylor has been promising for years that President Trump would soon unleash a wave of arrests that will take down a massive global pedophile ring and will result in the likes of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama being executed by military tribunals.
These looming arrests, Taylor is now claiming, are the “tsunami” that he prophesied.
“The tsunami is going to happen when the mass arrests take place,” he said. “That’s the red tsunami right there.”
That is obviously not what Taylor was predicting prior to the midterms, as he was clearly saying that Republicans were going to see massive gains in elections “all the way across the country at state, local and federal levels.” It is only now that his “red tsunami” prophecy turned out to be false that he has changed it from referring to the election results to referring to a supposed coming wave of arrests.
Or perhaps we simply can’t understand Taylor’s prophecy because we are using our “intellect” to look at the “facts” instead of simply relying on Taylor’s apparent supernatural ability to “see the full picture.”
“I am not going to back off this red tsunami thing because I know what God told me,” Taylor said, defensively. “I know the tsunami is coming. This is all part of it. So I am not going to apologize for something that God did. People want to sit there and they want to criticize, it’s like, you don’t understand what you’re talking about because you are not seeing the big picture right now. Any prophetic person will tell you that they live way out there on the edge and they’re constantly seeing the full picture and they’re over here trying to tell the people, ‘Hey, come over here, I need you to see this.’ When people attack you like this, it’s because they’re operating from a point of intellect. They’re not operating in the spirit. God does not operate in the natural. They’re prognosticating, they’re basing their facts on what they see in the natural with their natural eyes. That is not where God operates. God operates in the spiritual realm and that’s where people get it wrong.”