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Charismatic “Prophet” Says Southern Baptist Pastor From 60s Responsible for “Illegal Votes,” But Don’t Worry, He Fixed It

by | Apr 21, 2022 | heresy, News, Politics, Religion, The Church, US, Video | 0 comments

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You know the old adage, “kids say the darndest things”? Well, charismatic prophets are just as bad, if not worse. In fact, they come up with some of the craziest and most absurd things that the world has ever heard.

First off, as a disclaimer, I was a Trump supporter and, if he is to be elected into office again, I would support him again so long as he is working to implement policies that are in line with my Christian worldview. Further, it is clear that there were at least some shenanigans taking place during the election, but that isn’t the point. The point of this article is to expose what people who may possibly be smoking toads—like the lady on Fox News recently—can come up with when they go into their own trance-like state.

Steve Schultz, the man behind the highly popular Elijah List podcast, recently hosted a man who calls himself a “prophet” named Robin Bullock. In this podcast, Bullock explains to Steve that a Southern Baptist pastor in the 60s is responsible for opening the portal of evil associated with some Native American tribes in Montana. Bullock explains that these Native American tribes are the ones who hold the authority over the land and because this evil Southern Baptist pastor in the 60s opened that portal with them, they somehow cursed the land and caused all these “illegal things” to happen.

Not to worry, though. Because Robin Bullock went down there and met with the elders of these tribes and was able to get that portal of evil closed and now, Donald Trump will be back in the White House after the next election.

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The saddest part about this isn’t that this man said such an absurd thing, it’s that Steve Schultz has over a quarter-million followers on his YouTube channel who will see this and likely believe it.

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