‘May Thy Right Hand Find All The King’s Enemies’: Lance Wallnau Prays Against Trump’s Critics

Right-wing preacher Lance Wallnau livestreamed a video on Facebook last night in which he prayed against those who dare to criticize President Trump, asking God to “baffle” them so that their efforts to remove Trump from office will fail.

“I don’t know what it is with the left,” Wallnau said, railing against the reporting about Trump’s payouts to women with whom he allegedly had adulterous affairs. “Between pee-pee and porn, they are the most genitally-obsessed people group I’ve ever looked at in American history.”

Wallnau then began to pray against special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation and former members of the intelligence community, like James Clapper and John Brennan, who have been critical of the president.

“May thy right hand find all the king’s enemies,” Wallnau prayed, “and as they have positioned themselves, Lord, to speak against your authority, they are actually operating in illegitimate authority. And therefore, Father, we pray that you will deal with Clapper and Brennan, who are continuing to be adversaries to the health and well-being of this nation by attacking him whom you have made the president.”

“I thank you, Lord, that you have anointed Donald Trump,” he continued. “I’ll tell you why the devil hates this president: He hates the fact this president has aligned himself with Israel.”

“Father, this man has blessed your people,” Wallnau said. “He has risen up as a shepherd because he saw fear in your shepherds … He has risen up in order to defend your people and Israel. Now we pray, Lord, because he has blessed your people, we ask you to bless him in a special way. And we pray, Lord God, in this insidious plot to surface information that is going to be used by a prosecutor from hell in order to justify impeaching him … The same miracle that you did to put this man in office, we call for the miracle intervention of God. We don’t know how you’re going to do it, we don’t know what you’re going to do, but we’re praying now, Lord God, that the enemy shall not outwit your people and your will.”