Rodney Howard-Browne, the right-wing pastor and radical conspiracy theorist who laid hands upon and prayed over President Trump in the Oval Office last year, appeared on the Christian Television Network’s “The Good Life” program recently to promote the new book he has co-written, “The Killing of Uncle Sam: The Demise of the United States of America.”
During the discussion, Howard-Browne claimed that the information revealed in his book should lead to military tribunals and executions for treason for high-ranking government officials and members of the Supreme Court.
“Personally, I think a firing squad would just be great,” he said. “Stick ’em up against a wall and take them out.”
Later in the program, Howard-Browne bizarrely claimed that Hollywood hates Trump because he scrapped a law that would have required the federal government to fully fund the entertainment industry.
“They had put a law on the books in America that if Hillary [Clinton] had got in, the whole of Hollywood would be funded by the Fed, out of our supply, and the taxpayers would have had to pay for that,” he said. “Trump nixed that the moment he got into office. That’s why they hate him.”