Paula White Battles Demonic Forces While Launching New Prayer Initiative to Reelect Trump

Paula White, a televangelist who has been a key spiritual adviser to President Donald Trump for years and who recently joined the White House staff, has partnered with a group of other religious right activists to launch a new prayer effort aimed at getting Trump reelected in 2020.

The effort, called the One Voice Prayer Movement, finds White teaming up with fellow right-wing activists such as Cindy Jacobs, Dutch Sheets, Dave Kubal, and others. The group unveiled its efforts with an inaugural prayer call yesterday, which featured White praying against the demonic efforts that seek to undermine Trump and remove him from the White House.

“Lord, we ask you to deliver our president from any snare, any set up of the enemy according to Ephesians 6:12, any persons [or] entities that are aligned against the president will be exposed and dealt with and overturned by the superior blood of Jesus,” White prayed. “Whether it’s the spirit of Leviathan, a spirit of Jezebel, Abaddon, whether it’s the spirit of Belial, we come against the strongmen, especially Jezebel, that which would operate in sorcery and witchcraft, that which would operate in hidden things, veiled thing, that which would operate in deception. We come against it according to your word.”

“Any persons or entities that are aligned against President Trump, the will of God, against the mantle that he would carry, against him as president, that it would be exposed and dealt with and overturned in Jesus’ name,” she added. “We know that we do not wrestle against flesh and blood but against principalities, powers, rulers of darkness of this age, hosts of wickedness in heavenly places.”

“Stretch out your arm and deliver President Trump and rid him of any bondage the enemy would try to bring against him,” White prayed. “Thank you Lord for your hand establishing him, and let your arm strengthen President Trump.”

The group’s first call, portraying those opposing Trump as being in league with Satan, makes it clear that the group’s claim to be “nonpartisan” a little hard to believe.