Pastor Paul Begley, the host of the “Coming Apocalypse” program joined Sheila Zilinsky’s “Weekend Vigilante” podcast and claimed that Melania Trump demanded that the White House be “completely exorcised” before she moved in.
“When the president allowed 40 pastors to come into the White House and anoint him with oil and lay their hands and pray on him—seven times he’s done this—that is unheard of,” Begley said. “At least he is humble enough and recognizing that he needs God enough that he keeps bringing them in for the prayer. And I’ve got to say this; it might have started with the first lady.”
Begley continues, “The first lady, in that five hours when the Obamas and the Trumps went down to the Capitol and Trump was being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, Melania Trump said to her husband, ‘I’m not going to go into that White House unless it has
After describing how the Obamas adorned the White House with “all kinds of idol gods and images and all kinds of artifacts in there that were demonic,” Begley claimed that “Melania said, ‘You’ve got to get all of that out of there and send in some preachers and priests to go in and cleanse the White House or I will not spend one night in it.’”
“During that five hours when they were ripping out carpets and changing drapes,” Begley rambled, “there were people in there packing up every idol. The only thing that was left, Sheila, was one cross on one wall. They cleansed the White House. They had people in there anointing it with oil and praying everywhere.”
Begley also attacked the Clintons, saying they spent their honeymoon with a “witch doctor.”
He also says that we now live in a time where we “have to slay dragons,” and that the “cotton candy Christianity has to take a back seat for a while.”
There’s nothing wrong with Donald Trump fan fiction. Every celebrity has it. But even if Begley doesn’t believe this nonsense, they have a lot of listeners who do—and that’s dangerous.
Though we do have some adorable Mixed-Breed Rescue Dragons we found at a no-kill shelter in Portland.