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False Prophets of the Mid-Term Elections #5: Ted Shuttlesworth

by | Nov 16, 2022

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We’ve been covering many of the self-described prophets of today who have falsely prophesied about the mid-term elections. Previously, in our series, we brought to you Hank Kunneman (ad-free version), who falsely prophesied that God would use the mid-term elections to restore America. That was followed by a man by the name Dutch Sheets (ad-free article), real name, who invoked the name of God, promising that “the wind is about to blow” prior to the mid-term elections.

In #3, we brought to you Terri Copeland Pearsons (ad-free version), daughter of the infamous king of false prophets, Kenneth Copeland, who promised that angels were going to come and destroy “every wicked ballot” that was cast in the swing states. Of course, that didn’t pan out either. And in #4, Amanda Grace, founder of Ark of Grace Ministries and a regular contributor to Steve Schultz’s Elijah List Ministries, who read a prophesy she supposedly received from God that promised that the governor of Michigan would be overturned and that Michigan would turn red, and also promised that the leadership of Chicago would fall “this fall.”

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Now, Ted Shuttlesworth makes #5 in our series during an episode of the Lance Wallnau show. Ted Shuttlesworth is the founder of the Ted Shuttlesworth Evangelistic Association and travels the globe preaching and making false prophecies about various things. During this episode, he claims that he received a vision from God back in January where God showed him a “strong man” that was being burned down in front of the Capitol building in Washington D.C. He goes on to claim that because he predicted that mask mandates would be removed, that this also means that we’re going to see a “great move of God” in the coming mid-terms.

Of course, whatever his version of this so-called strong man being burned down having an effect on the mid-terms didn’t pan out and we’re now watching Congress, including many Republicans, work on codifying same-sex marriage into national policy.

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