Self-proclaimed “firefighter prophet” and right-wing conspiracy theorist Mark Taylor appeared on the “Watchmen Radio” program on Tuesday, where he said that President Trump is a “prophet” and declared that Christians who refuse to support him are harming the faith.
Taylor, whose story is the focus of an upcoming movie from Liberty University, declared that in 2016, Christians had a choice between voting for “a demon-possessed witch” and “a man of God” and host Richard Keltner agreed, calling Hillary Clinton “a satanic, Illuminatic witch that’s into Pizzagate, child-humping and satanic rituals.”
“She’s got how much blood on her hands and you’re worried about an adulterer?” Taylor responded. “Gimme a break.”
Taylor said that Christian leaders who criticized Trump for his infamous remarks about being able to sexually assault women with impunity because of his fame were exposed as frauds because “this man got born again way after that fact.”
“Why were they coming against this man?” he angrily asked. “Because the Bible says your sins are wiped completely clean, they are washed clean in the blood of Jesus. Why are you even bringing this up? Period. Because of the political and social pressure they caved into. That right there exposed these leaders, they should have been shamed beyond belief because who in their right mind would ever want to come to Christ with these leaders as a leader, knowing that they’re going to come out publicly and condemn me for something I did 15 years ago?”
“The Bible says, ‘Do not touch my anointed, but especially my prophets,'” Taylor added. “I believe Trump is a type of prophet, he’s a political prophet, and I said from day one, you had better be careful what you say about this man because you are touching God’s anointed … He’s an anointed spiritual machine.”