Christian pastor: Coronavirus is ‘weaponized’ to shut down churches permanently and install ‘global governance’

In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, radical right-wing pastor and avid conspiracy theorist Rodney Howard-Browne said during his sermon Sunday that the virus is a “phantom plague.” He contended the virus is part of a hoax aimed at frightening people into receiving vaccinations that will kill them, Right Wing Watch reports.

It’s all part of a plan that was laid out in a 2010 document produced by the Rockefeller Foundation titled “Scenarios for The Future of Technology and International Development,” Howard-Browne said.

But that’s not all, apparently.

Howard-Browne also told his audience he didn’t know anyone who’s contracted the virus, nor does he know anybody who knows anybody who’s been infected. And for him, that’s proof enough that this is nothing more than a globalist plot to shutter churches.

“It’s been weaponized to instill fear into people because what they want to do is change the way the world functions, really forever,” he said. “All these churches that are allowing themselves to come down to 250 [congregants], guess what? When you try to meet again, you ain’t gonna be able to meet again. They are going to keep you at 250 because you gave up ground. You gave up ground. Whatever ground you give up because of fear, you will give up permanently.”

He also rang the climate-change-is-a-hoax bell.

“Because the climate change narrative for global governance failed, they are using the World Health Organization to then come in and take over the control of nations and then they are going to bring in vaccines … There’s going to be forced vaccines, which they can kill off many people with vaccines. It’s about population reduction because there are too many people on the planet, but with the correct vaccines we can shoot them and then they can die.”

Of course, in late February, he said he was going to curse the virus to make it “disappear” from America. Most of us already know how well that worked.

Here’s what Howard-Browne had to say in the clip below, provided by Right Wing Watch:

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Megan Hamilton has traveled extensively throughout the Southern United States, Mexico, and parts of Central America. A lifelong atheist, these travels have informed her political views. She currently lives in a remote location with a large herd of cats and four dogs.